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Call us on: 01342 840555
Likuliku Lagoon Resort is a unique holiday resort offering world-class facilities, and has won many awards in the travel industry over recent years. Set on a beautiful bow-shaped bay, with white sandy beaches and warm shallow water, it is the ultimate romantic escape or honeymoon retreat just for couples in Fiji.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort is located in the popular Mamanuca island archipelago, on the island of Malolo in the middle of the lagoon. Likuliku means calm waters or calm lagoon. To reach this magical holiday destination is just 10 minutes by helicopter or seaplane, 40-50 minutes by private transfer speedboat, or 1-2 hours by South Seas Cruises scheduled catamaran from Nadi, as the course will take you around some of the other beautiful islands and resorts in the Mamanuca Islands enroute to Likuliku Lagoon.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort offer 3 categories of bungalows; Garden and Beachfront Bure (bungalow), Deluxe Beachfront Bure and the unique (to Fiji) Overwater Bures.
The 3 Garden Bures are located a bit further back from the beach, with palm trees and tropical planting between the bure and the beach, but still have beach and ocean views through the trees. The 14 Beachfront Bures are a little closer to the sand under the shade of the swaying palm trees. The Garden and Beachfront Bures both offer an ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower, double vanities, complimentary toiletries, bathrobes and a private courtyard garden with outdoor shower, a spacious living and sleeping area with 1 king bed, sofa and armchairs with footstool and coffee table, mini-bar (on request), fridge with complimentary bottled Fiji water, home-baked cookies and ice daily, tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, in-room safe and bi-folding doors that open to a private, furnished sundeck overlooking the beach and the ocean. To the side of the deck is a thatched raised platform complete with double day bed, to laze your afternoon away in the shade.
The 18 Deluxe Beachfront Bures offer the same amenities as the standard Beachfront bures, but additionally offer more space in the living area with raised king-size bed, a DVD player with flat-screen monitor, a larger deck with private plunge pool, and are located to the far north-east and south-west of the resort, off a pathway along the beachfront.
The 10, unique Overwater Bures at Likuliku Lagoon are the only overwater accommodation currently in Fiji and are located at the northern end of the beach on a pontoon out into the shallow water, just on the edge of deeper water. They offer similar amenities to the Beachfront Bures, but are larger inside with a spacious sleeping and living room and separate bathroom wing. The bathroom is to one side off the main entrance hall, with the main room on the other. The living room has 1 king bed and sitting area with glass floor panels, to view the sealife below, all facing the wide, bi-folding doors that open to a private, furnished sundeck and a small lower deck with ladder for water access.
When staying at Likuliku Lagoon Resort, all your meals are included. The Fijiana Restaurant is in the centre of the resort with views over the gardens, pool and the lagoon and serves a varied breakfast buffet of fresh juices and tropical fruits, cereals, sliced meats and cheeses and home-baked breads and pastries with home-made preserves and local honey, followed by your choice of hot cooked-to-order breakfast classics. Lunch offers light dining with salads, seafood and meats with local and seasonal produce, or if you are out exploring for the day, they could pack you a picnic hamper to take with you. Dinner offers a different menu every evening, featuring local produce and Fijian and Pacific Rim specialities with local Fijian Meats, poultry and the freshest seafood, and is served with fresh baked breads and delicious desserts. Drinks are not included with meals, other than juices, tea and coffee, but the Dua Tale Bar, in the main building, offers a full selection of popular refreshments, as well as a good wine selection. For an ideal spot for a refreshing cocktail or a relaxing sundowner, the Masima Bar is the place to go. Located on the little island a little way out in the lagoon from the beach, Masima Bar offers a selection of cocktails, premium beers, wines and spirits to enjoy as the sun sets, and a selection of bar snacks is available every day.
The resort offer a range of complimentary activities, including bush walks, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing and use of snorkeling equipment, and can also arrange, for a fee, game fishing, scuba diving, village tours, island hopping and dolphin watching tours and off-shore snorkelling trips. There is a guest lounge with a satellite TV, DVD player and film library, and a shower room and luggage storage for early arriving or late departing guests. Out on the terraces and sundecks there are plenty of loungers and chairs to relax and enjoy the sun, or take a dip in the multi-level infinity pool, all with stunning ocean views.
The Tatadra Spa (means house of dreams) is nestled amongst the tropical gardens at the northen end of the beach, and offers a range of body and beauty treatments to relax you and to pamper yourself.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort also offers a range of beautiful wedding locations and wedding and vow renews packages, if you wish to tie the knot, or celebrate your many happy years together. Between November and March, they offer their Marau (Eternal Happiness) Wedding FREE when you stay 5 nights or more.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort is and ideal place to stay in the Mamanucas and in its location, on its own horse-shoe shaped sandy bay, is in a great location to view this Fijian paradise.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort is an Adults only property for guests age 17 years and over.
Round trip airport transfers are £125 per person. This includes a car/taxi from Nadi Airport to Denarau Marina, where you will board a catamaran to the resort, and in reverse on your return trip. Journey times vary between 1 and 2 hours, depending on the route around the islands taken. Operates between sunrise & sunset only.
However, for later arrivals, or if you wish a faster transfer, a private water taxi/speedboat may be booked, which would be a higher cost and takes less than 1 hour. Even faster, but a bit more expensive would be an air transfer, either by helicopter or by seaplane, which would take approximately 10 minutes to the resort.
Please contact us for further information on arranging private transfers.
The resort is 16 miles/25 km from the airport across the lagoon.
Standard check-in time: 3.00 pm
Standard check-out time: 11.00 am
Early check-in/ late check-out: subject to availability
Fiji has one of the best air service connections of any of the islands in the Pacific.
Fiji Airways ( was Air Pacific ), Fiji's national carrier, provides a daily service to Sydney and Auckland and up to six times a week to Los Angeles ( will be daily by Autumn 2013 ), and frequent flights to Brisbane and Melbourne. Air Pacific also provides regular services to the neighbouring island nations of Tonga, Samoa, Vanuatu, Kiribati and the Solomon Islands. Further afield it operates twice weekly flights to Hong Kong.
Korean Air operate three flights a week between Seoul and Nadi. On the southbound flights from Seoul a direct connection can be made off Korean Air's daily London-Seoul flight. However, on the return flight, a night stop will be required in Seoul, as the flight timings do not permit a same day connection.
Air New Zealand operates daily to/from Auckland with connections to its double-daily flights to London, either via Los Angeles or Hong Kong. Air New Zealand also operates a codeshare arrangement with Air Pacific providing seats on their non-stop Nadi-Los Angeles flights.
Virgin Australia operate a regular service from/to Sydney, with connections to many other Australian cities.
Air Calin operate twice a week between Noumea and Nadi.
Air Niugini operate a twice a week service from and to Port Moresby via Honiara to Nadi.
Pacific Sun, Fiji Airways's domestic airline subsidiary, operates an extensive domestic flight network covering all the countries main islands, with at least a daily service. The main northern islands receive at least two flights a day and some times more, the less populated islands get a restricted service, so sometimes a night stop in Nadi or Suva may be required when connecting between some of the less popular islands.
A number of the outer Island Resorts operate their own dedicated daily flights, to transfer their clients from Nadi to the resort and back, using either fixed wing commuter aircraft, seaplanes or helicopters. Further details of these will be given at the time we provide our quotation.
Airline Seat Maps
For most airlines, we can pre-reserve seats for you once your flight booking is confirmed, and will do so as a matter of course. If you would like to have a look at a seat plan for your aircraft, check out the airlines' own websites, or one of the best independent websites for this information is SeatGuru.com, which is part of the Tripadvisor group. Click Here to find information on your particular airline.
Prices are based on a per room, per night basis for single or twin occupancy including all meals.
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