A tented takeover is now possible with the high-end Aman hotel group.
Jane is the Deputy National Travel Editor, with a focus on Traveller's two major print editions, published in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and the Sun-Herald. She has a decade of experience as a writer and editor for Traveller and most recently was a writer and producer for the title's digital site. She has been a journalist for 20 years and a traveller for even longer.
A guest takeover of the friendly rather than hostile kind is now possible for travellers eyeing off Fiji for their next holiday.
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These extra large overwater havens are making big waves, just quietly.
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The resort once synonymous with the 1980s has had a $6 million makeover.
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