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Top Tip
Head to the ‘House of Dreams’ (the Tatadra Spa) for relaxing Fijian-style treatments with lagoon views.

Why we like it

  • Likuliku translates as calm waters in the Malolo dialect
  • 45 traditional style Bures with direct access to the beach or the lagoon
  • Don’t miss the traditional Kava ceremony held at Masima Bar every Monday evening
  • Complimentary activities include sailing, snorkelling, kayaking, windsurfing and bush walks
  • The perfect romantic getaway

About Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Located on Malolo Island in the Mamanuca archipelago, Likuliku Lagoon Resort is a place of unimaginable beauty. After a warm welcome to the island, in a way that only Fijians know how, you are shown to your bure (room). Comprised of natural materials with hand-woven thatch rooves, each bure embodies the traditional design and architecture native to the region. Choose an Over-water Bure with private balcony and direct access to the coral reef, or a Deluxe Beachfront Bure, Beachfront Bure or Garden Beachfront Bure, all of which enjoy direct access to the beach and a private courtyard with outdoor shower. 18 of the bures also have a private plunge pool. All bures feature complimentary Wi-Fi, a pillow menu and, best of all, daily freshly baked cookies that are truly scrumptious.

Crisp pork belly red curry with snake bean and pineapple, char grilled cape grim beef and cardamom crème brulee with bitter chocolate and pistachio are just some of the tantalising, contemporary dishes you could be devouring at Fijiana Restaurant. Follow dinner with a visit to Masima Bar where you can while away the evening with cocktails around the fire pit.

Likuliku’s Dive Centre is operated by Subsurface Fiji, a PADI 5 Star IDC. For certified divers, they can take you to a choice of 44 dive sites in the Mamanuca Islands. Expect to see caves, pinnacles, walls, a crashed B26 Bomber from WW2, a ship wreck and experience a shark encounter at the world- famous ‘Supermarket’ dive site. The Likuliku Lagoon is also a designated turtle breeding ground, and at certain times of the year you may be able to spot Green, Hawksbill, Leatherback and Olive Ridley swimming in the waters.