Experience the ultimate in luxury and tranquility.
The newest addition to The Wakaya Club & Spa, Sega Na Leqa, is one of the most stunning examples of a luxurious retreat in the Southern Hemisphere. The name of the home is pronounced “Zenga Na Lenga” and is the Fijian phrase for “No Worries.”
Guests who enter this tropical paradise will experience the ultimate in tranquility and luxury.
Sega na Leqa’s living space includes floor to ceiling glass panels to better appreciate this perfect location that overlooks a turtle sanctuary and has unobstructed views of the South Pacific. This spectacular structure houses Jill and David Gilmour’s Asian Antique Collection, has sophisticated state of the art audio & visual systems incorporated into its spacious layout, and features curved ceilings that soar to 30 feet and simply take your breath away. The concept for Sega na Leqa was developed by world-renowned designer Tony Chi, and the architecture developed by Ronald Evitts Architect LLC, of New York City. The stunning interior design is by Kiki Dennis Interiors of New York, in collaboration with Jill Gilmour.
Sega Na Leqa has a master wing and a separate guest villa – an incredibly spacious living area – including library, Grand Foyer, and Great Hall. It is museum-like and features a visual experience of an extraordinary architectural achievement with views of a tropical paradise housing amazing art and surrounded by the magic of the South Pacific Ocean.
The grounds surrounding Sega Na Leqa meld seamlessly with the exquisite landscape of Wakaya Island. The 38m infinity edge pool has an integrated spa pool, and as part of the Master Wing, there is an exercise pool. The outdoor living spaces allow myriad entertainment possibilities. In addition to the main house, there is a Fijian-style, thatched roofed Luncheon Pavilion (with its own pantry and Restroom facility) on the private beach for your use, which can accommodate 12 for sit-down lunch parties and special events.
This unique property expertly showcases the very best that the South Pacific has to offer and is a fantastic extension for guests staying at the Wakaya Club & Spa to visit.