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Thursday, 5 March 2009

Nukubati Island Voted Tops by Consumers Worldwide


What creates one of the world’s most luxurious island resorts? For the guests staying on Nukubati Island it is not gold taps, air-conditioning nor marble, but quite simply the serenity, beautiful setting, the warmth and friendliness of its staff, and its isolated and totally unspoiled location on one of the world’s largest and largely unchartered coral reefs. Privately owned and operated Nukubati offers true Fijian atmosphere. The Island's unabashed emphasis is on fine food, friendly service and total relaxation.

The increasing power of consumer generated media such as Trip Advisor means that consumers are now in the driver’s seat in terms of influencing brand image and purchasing decisions. Trip Advisor gains an astonishing 15,000,000+ travellers from 190 countries per week who are on the site to plan their next trip! So when travellers from around the world vote a property as one of their top choices, then this can have a very positive affect on that establishment’s future bottom line. For Nukubati the recent announcement that they had won numerous Trip Advisor Travelers’ Choice Awards is recognition for their near 20 years of dedicated vision. Nukubati Island was voted No. 1 for Luxury in the South Pacific, No.12 for Luxury in the World, No. 3 in the World for Best All-Inclusive, and No. 5 as Best Romance South Pacific.

“From the moment our guests arrive till the departing emotional farewell, our aim is to give them the most relaxed and fun island holiday of their lives. We pride ourselves on friendly unobtrusive service, authentic local cuisine and on ensuring that the choice of activities is tailored to each person’s desires and aspirations” states Jenny Bourke, long time owner and proprietor of Nukubati Island.

“The property is fully staffed by locals, giving it a true sense of Fijian hospitality. Fijians are renowned as warm, friendly and highly hospitable people who wish to embrace guests and share their culture. It is this natural ability and friendliness combined with our care and attention to detail throughout the resort plus our ‘can do’ attitude with guests that has earned us these amazing accolades”, comments Jenny.

About Nukubati

Nukubati (pronounced "Nukumbati") lies off the north coast of Fiji's second largest island, Vanua Levu, on the edge of the world’s third largest coral reef – The Great Sea Reef. This 14-hectare island is one of Fiji's most acclaimed island hideaways.

With only seven beachfront bure bungalows for just 14 guests, Nukubati offers total seclusion. Ringed by a white sandy beach, this island's unabashed emphasis is on fine food, friendly service and relaxation. Freshly caught seafood with Nukubati-grown organic fruits and vegetables are a hallmark. It boasts a zero carbon foot-print, with solar-power and full recycling.
Your days can be spent swimming, snorkeling, sailing and fishing, or simply snoozing under a palm tree. For the more energetic, there is game fishing or a day trip to explore Vanua Levu. Diving here is a revelation, with a prolific sea-life such as you'll find almost nowhere else.

Nukubati’s recent awards:

Trip Advisor Traveler’s Choice 2009: Ranked No. 3 in the World for Best All-Inclusive, Ranked No.1 for Luxury in the South Pacific and No.12 for Luxury in the World, plus No. 5 for Best Romance South Pacific
Conde Nast Traveler 2008: Eco Tourism Finalist
Travel & Leisure 2007: One of the Best 100 Hotels in the World

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