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Top places to propose in Fiji, as Bachelorette touches down


With the finale of The Bachelorette Australia coming to you from Fiji, we bring you an exclusive list of the best locations in which to pop the question in the island nation.

Fiji is the place for romance. Earlier this year, Australia’s sweetheart Miranda Kerr and Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel spent their honeymoon in the dreamy tropical paradise. We watched enviously as Sylvia Jefferies and Peter Stefanovic climbed aboard the island-romance bandwagon with their honeymoon spent at Kokomo Island Resort in Fiji.

 

Exclusively for Traveltalk, Tourism Fiji has put together this list of the top places to pop the question to your sweetheart in Fiji – the islands of love.

 

CCC Tivua

 

Tivua Island, Mamanuca Islands – Couples can enjoy a 90 minute cruise to the picturesque Tivua Island. Surrounded by pristine reef, the couple can stroll along the deserted beach to come across a “message in a bottle” lying by the water’s edge. While your love reads the message “Will you marry me?” you can get down on one knee and present the ring.

Captain Cook Cruises offers this package for $583 FJD ($378 AUD) per couple, including lunch and a bottle of sparkling wine in a private romantic bure. Price also includes the help of a Special Events Coordinator to make the day come together.

 

Treasure Island, Mamanuca Islands – Starting with a helicopter ride to Treasure Island your lover will be able to peer away the window to read “Will you marry me?” written on the beach in seashells. This incredible proposal is followed by a three course lunch, set in a private bure overlooking the Mamanuca Islands.

Events Fiji offers island proposals from $1,597 FJD ($995 AUD) per person, including the helicopter flights, the proposal set up, a three course A-La Carte lunch, sparkling wine, a romantic private bure setting, 15 minute legs and foot massage and activities such as snorkeling etc.

 

VOMO Private Dinner

 

VOMO Private Island – This stunning 225 acre island resort can be exclusively booked for your intimate proposal. Management and event planners can help to create your unique proposal. The island offers plenty activities such as poolside and private resident cocktail parties, Rocks Beach dinners, degustation dinners, gourmet picnics, snorkeling, diving, fishing, Meke and kava ceremonies and plenty more. 

 

LikuLiku Lagoon Resort, Mamanuca Islands – Heaven for couples, LikuLiku is an adults-only luxury resort with stunning authentic over-water bures. Couples can laze on their decks or in their separate bathing pavilion with Lagoon views from their grand bathtubs or gaze out at the living aquarium surrounding their bure. While the blissful bures would be the perfect setting for a proposal, LikuLiku can also help to set up something more extravagant, with a helicopter ride and the groom-to-be’s intentions spelled out in coconut husks on the sand. 

 

Likuliku Masima Island and Bar at dusk

 

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Savusavu – Jean-Michel Cousteau has unique and tailored proposal ideas to suit many different couples. With waterfall and rainforest walks, private Island tours at Naviavia, or simply a romantic candlelit dinner proposal on the beach, Jean-Michel Cousteau will help to create the perfect experience.

 

Meanwhile, Top-rating reality television series, The Bachelorette Australia, will cap off one of its most successful seasons with a much-anticipated finale episode shot in the beautiful tropical paradise of Fiji.

 

Starring Australia's first-ever celebrity Bachelorette, Sophie Monk, The Bachelorette Australia finale episode, to air on Network Ten at 7.30pm (AEDT) on Thursday 26 October 2017, ramps up the romance as Fiji is considered one of the world’s most romantic destinations. Several of Fiji's best luxury accommodation and experiences, the warm and friendly Fijian people and the country’s rich culture, will be showcased to an audience of millions across Australia and online.

 

With its glistening white beaches, lush rainforests and countless hideaway spots, Fiji has long been considered the perfect location for loved up couples from around the world to renew their vows, have the perfect wedding, honeymoon or marriage proposal.

 

Tavarua Island

 

“Fiji provided a stunning backdrop for Sophie to take the final steps in her quest for love. The tropical paradise, rich in culture provided a variety of romantic experiences that set the scene and allowed Sophie to truly explore her feelings,” said a Warner Bros. spokesperson.

 

Tourism Fiji Regional Manager – Australia, Hal Caldwell, said The Bachelorette Australia provides a unique opportunity for the world to see why Fiji is the ideal location for romance.

 

"Tourism Fiji is privileged to have collaborated with Network Ten and Warner Bros. Entertainment. The Bachelorette Australia audience reach is just phenomenal and the finale episode shot in Fiji provides us with an invaluable opportunity to showcase Fiji as the ultimate holiday romance destination to Fiji's biggest tourism market – Australia.

 

"With an upcoming reinvigoration of our Where Happiness Finds You brand in market, and a newly expanded team of industry-leading talent within our Australian office, Tourism Fiji is driving a new strategy to spotlight the vast array of experiences on offer in Fiji – including to the romance and luxury markets.

 

"We're upping the volume and variety of content for Australian audiences and The Bachelorette Australia presents incredible prospects as our fresh, new marketing direction begins to flourish," said Mr Caldwell.

 

The Bachelorette Australia finale episode will include scenes shot at The Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay, Malamala Beach Club Fiji and the Garden of the Sleeping Giant. It will also feature Fiji's heart-shaped Tavarua Island and other picturesque settings, romantic experiences and activities.

 

For more information about Fiji – Where Happiness (and romance!) Finds You – visit the official Tourism Fiji website: www.fiji.travel

 

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Published: 25 October 2017


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