Diloi Plantation is one of the few remaining large freehold (fee simple) land holdings in the area. With only 8% of the total land area of Fiji being privately owned, an upward pressure exists on freehold land values.
Fiji is one of the few countries in the world where non-citizens can own fee-simple land and enjoy a democratic and unobtrusive form of government in the bargain.
The plantation is blessed with huge quantities of fresh water-including an array of streams, waterfalls and springs that flow exclusively from the property's own watershed.
The property is protected from the infrequent high winds by neighboring islands as well as by a mountain peak to the rear.
The property's beach frontage possesses two natural channels for yacht slips and anchorage.
The gently sloping sandy beach shelf allows swimming and diving activities at all tides, which is not the case in many Fiji locations.
Conceptual plans and survey maps have been produced for development of a small resort (bungalow-type) and hotel development. Building materials can be taken from the property's forest both to reduce cost of development as well as enhancing the island motif through use of the native hardwood timber and finishes.
The plantation contains fertile soil for domestic planting and development of specialty crops such as cocoa; vanilla; orchids, etc.
Direct - dial International phone service is available to the plantation.
The 1000+ acre rain forest is a natural Disneyland of plants and animals, waterfalls and water slides, swinging vines and jungle sounds, yet contains no poisonous snakes or Insects to mar the enjoyment of the experience.