Published: 07 August 2018 by: The H4C Team

Nanuku Auberge Resort now offers romantic treetop dining and spa experiences

Call us childish, but we can't help but be enchanted by the idea of retreating into the treetops for a loved-up escape. Sure to impress romantics and the young-at-heart, Fiji's Nanuku Auberge Resort is offering couples the chance to do just that with their new Treetop Dining and Treetop Spa experiences. Take us there now.

Led by Executive Chef Oliver Scarf and Food & Beverage Director Logan Miller, the resort's latest culinary offering takes couples up into the canopy of a 70-year-old Dilo Tree for a Champagne breakfast, private lunch, afternoon Devonshire tea or intimate dinner. Overlooking the resort's surrounding blue waters, a special suspended platform has been built amongst the tree's branches, creating a whimsical setting for a tailored-to-your-tastes meal – to the soundtrack of waves lapping the beach below, of course.

Retreat into a lush canopy for an indulgent pamper session

If you're seeking a little pampering, Nanuku's treetop platform can also be turned into an Insta-ready Treetop Spa. Inviting couples to indulge in a 'tree-tment' while being surrounded by dense tropical foliage, the resort promises that guests will leave totally relaxed and refreshed. 

To find out more about the resort's new treetop experiences or to make a booking, visit the Nanuku Auberge Resort website here

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