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Qamea Resort And Spa Fiji Questions & Answers

Auckland Central, New Zealand

Hi, resort sounds great and obviously popular with the honeymooners. I'm just looking for somewhere to get away for a few days as a solo traveler to relax. Is the resort suitable? Just want to snorkel, spa, yoga etc.

11 months ago Answer

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OwnersAtQamea
Qamea Island, Fiji
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BULA!

Thank you so much for your inquiry :)

Qamea is ideal for what you are looking for, in fact we have quite a lot of solo travellers visit us. You will feel totally comfortable with the warm and friendly Qamea staff.

We have daily Yoga classes you can attend and the snorkelling is like nothing you would have experienced, like swimming in an aquarium! Please feel free to Email me the reservations email found on the website with a contact number and I can call you (sorry i cannot post an email address on here)

to help you organise your special time away :)

Vinaka

Hope to hear from you soon

Nina

11 months ago
Sydney, Australia
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Hi,

They have all the things you wish for.

Snorkelling is good and they do yoga classes.

There were no single people there when we stayed only couples.

But can see no reason why you could not go by yourself.

Cheers

10 months ago
Tauranga, New Zealand
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As with the Qamea resorts reply they have a large thatched roof yoga platform right on the beach nice and relaxing, the spa is hidden up in the secluded bush area approximately 150 metres up a slight incline very private.

The resort is very private overall great to get away from all the crowds, only downside is the extra time and cost to get their, over an hours flight from Nadi, a short 20 minute drive on a road, some of it a bit rough and not sealed, plus 10 to 15 minutes small boat ride to the resort, but all adds to the experience, if you want to relax and get away from it all this is the place, not too many people.

11 months ago
Auckland Central, New Zealand
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Sorry have just received your question. If it was me, I wouldn’t hesitate to stay at Qamea on my own.

7 months ago
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