Owning a Piece of Paradise – A Fiji Resort Home


gallery-5Some people dream of a beach front condo in Miami. Some people want a beach front home in Malibu. Some people dream of a vacation home in Honolulu. But for true connoisseurs of beach front paradise, Fiji is the true dream. The beautiful white sand beaches, the amazing soft coral reefs, and the temperate climate of the South Pacific make Fiji a luxury beach dwellers dream. Unfortunately, only 9 percent of Fiji is available as freehold real estate. This makes the dream a bit hard to come by.

But you are in luck. The recent release of several beach-access homesites (from $595,000) and oceanfront sites (from $995,000) at Nanuku Ocean Estates makes owning a piece of paradise obtainable.

The Nanuka Ocean Estates are located on the south side of Fiji’s main island. They are about 2 hours from the international airport at Nadi. One homesite is move in ready, while the others are build to suit. The move in ready home is called Villa Tinkatolu, and it is a gorgeous, beachfront, 420-square-meter home that is offered fully furnished, accessorized and ready to welcome family and guests right away. When not in residence, you can place this spacious villa into the Nanuka Auberge resort’s rental program. And of course, it is fully serviced by the attentive Auberge Resorts team. Check the video below for a tour of Villa Tinkatolu

gallery-36Not only do these properties come with the bonus income potential of having the home absorbed into the resort while you are away, but while you are at your new South Pacific vacation home, you have convenient access to the resort and all its amenities including the privacy and security of being within the resorts gates.

If you seek more adventure then the Nanuka Auberge resort can offer, The island is full of activities like zip lining in Pacific Harbor.

If you really want to see Fiji while at your new home, you can rent a sailboat and experience Fiji the way it was meant to be seen. Or, if you don’t have time to travel the 75,000 miles of South Pacific Ocean that makes up the Fiji islands, you can get a low flying scenic tour in a Fiji seaplane, or just charter a trip to the Yasawa archipelago to try camping for a weekend on a real deserted island.

No matter how you decide to spend your time at your new vacation bure (Fijian for Villa) / income property id for you to decide. It may just be a more difficult decision then deciding to buy one of these… That should be a no brainer.

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