ASIA PACIFIC. MALOLO ISLAND, FIJI.
SIX SENSES FIJI.
From the villas decorated with traditionally produced homeware to the sunset fire-lighting ritual, the chance to surf one of the world’s most challenging spots or the cultural nights, everything at the recently opened Six Senses Fiji enhances guests’ interaction with the local environment, both above and below water. But the resort – which is located in the stunning Mamanuca Islands archipelago – goes beyond this, putting care for the wider environment centre stage thanks to its sustainability activities. For example, the property is 100 per cent solar powered and the first microgrid in the world to use Tesla batteries; there is also tree reforestation on site to offset wood used in construction and coral reforestation to promote sea life. Furthermore, the resort’s cuisine features ingredients from local farmers, markets and fishermen as well as those grown in the resort’s own gardens – which also provide medicinal plants for the impressive on-site spa, a key part of the Six Senses wellness offering.