A private paradise island complete with a tropical hotel resort in Fiji has been put on the market for £4.68million.
Toberua Island, just off the coast of Fiji’s largest island of Viti Levu, boasts lush greenery, palm trees and white sandy beaches.
The boutique resort boasts 16 bungalows for guests as well as a spa, restaurant, bar and shop – and a beach golf course which is only visible on low tide.
Paradise is here: Toberua Island, just off the coast of Fiji’s largest island of Viti Levu, has been put on the market
Space for visitors: The stunning paradise island is run as a boutique resort with 16 different bungalow cabins for guests
Ready to go: Toberua has been run as an island resort for 50 years and has a pool, restaurant, shop and bar for the guests
Toberua, listed on a website specialising in selling private islands, has been running as a resort for 50 years, and so any new owner would not have to worry about embarking on any building projects.
Visitors to the island are offered a range of activities including ‘coconut demonstrations’ – where guests can learn everything there is to know about the fruit – basket weaving, night snorkeling and golf
The Toberua golf course, founded in 1985, is a nine-hole par three course only playable only at low tide.
One can only dream: An interior shot from one of the bungalows, called bures in Fiji, shows the stunning views
Worth saving up for: The five-acre island has been put on the market for £4.68million ($6.1million)
Perfect vacation: Visitors can go snorkeling or diving in the clear waters surrounding the paradise island
‘Toberua Island Resort is your mind’s eye picture of what a quintessential tropical island resort should be like,’ states the listing.
‘Everything about this resort is immaculate. The current owners have upgraded all the infrastructure all the guest bures, all the support facilities – restaurant, bar, spa, gym, boutique dive shop and wharf.
‘Toberua Island Resort enjoys good occupancy and is profitable and the guest experience as judged by Trip Advisor shows 88 per cent judge it as excellent.
‘The current owners have had ten happy and successful years at the resort and feel it is time to move on to new challenges.’
Time to relax: The current owners boast that the resort have a high rating online and so new owners could sit back and relax
Hole in one: The island also has a nine-hole beach golf course, which is only playable only at low tide
Stars in their eyes: The hotel resort also offers night-time snorkeling trips for guests