From the water it looks like an ancient village, so traditional is the style. The beating heart of the Resort is a magnificent building in the design of a Fijian canoe house. Surrounded by sprawling ceilings, hand-woven thatch and an exotic mix of natural materials and modern elements, Likuliku embodies the richness of an ancient culture with vibrant present-day touches.
A myriad of land and sea pursuits are yours for the taking. Snorkelling adventures await only steps from your Bure or you can be transported to secluded sites of unimaginable beauty, and no visit to Fiji is complete without experiencing the true depths of beauty when you dive. Specialist operators will personally escort you to some of the best sites in the world and you can even start your dive course online before you arrive.
Each of the Bures feature traditional architecture and materials using natural elements unique to the region. Elegant and stylish pieces surround you and you wonder at the detail in the woodwork, the "magi magi" designs, and the richness of the fabrics.
Laze by the spectacular horizon-edge pool or soak in one of the many mini-Jacuzzi areas in the pool and bush walks and nature trails lead to spectacular views of the Mamanuca Islands, alternatively, visit the local village and immerse yourself in true culture. Learn about the ancient sites of Likuliku including, the old village of Yaro and Potters Cave, Vatu Tagi "weeping rock", Vatu Tabu "sacred wishing rock" and Yadra Vula - a significant site of early Fijian habitation listed with the Fiji Museum.
The culinary experience at Likuliku presents exquisite flavours of the Pacific Rim delivered by new Executive Chef Ihaka Peri and his team. "Fijiana" Restaurant is the centrepiece, with views over the Lagoon, gardens and pool, offering intimate spaces for couples to savour the sights, sounds and tastes of their unique surroundings. The cuisine is clean, fresh and creative, showcasing the finest local produce with emphasis on local seafood, lush tropical fruits, premium products and the diversity of cultures that have shaped Fiji and the South Pacific. The dining concept is daily-changing in a mini-Degustation style for lunch and dinner, combined with a variety of themed evenings showcasing local and cultural elements.
The Garden Beachfront and Beachfront Bures offers a secluded haven of relaxation and privacy, only a few steps from the beach and crystal clear Lagoon. The 18 Deluxe Beachfront Bures sit right on the beachfront, featuring a secluded rear courtyard, outdoor shower, spacious deck, daybed retreat and personal plunge pool. The split-level design optimises the spectacular views over the Lagoon and traditional designs, natural materials and unique, stylish pieces reflect the beauty and history of the South Pacific. For the ultimate luxury, the ten private, exclusive and beautiful Over-Water Bures are Fiji's first and only and stand above the turquoise lagoon.
Children are not permitted to come and stay at Likuliku as it has not been designed with children in mind.
The 'Fjijana' restaurant is the centrepiece of Likuliku's culinary crown, using the best local and seasonal produce with Pacific Island flair. Please note that room service is unavailable at the resort.
When to travel
Maximum temperatures rarely move out of the 31°C (88°F) to 26°C (79°F) range all year round. Southeast trade winds from March to November bring dry weather and the rainy season runs from December to April.
Fiji does have a wet season, which is characterised by heavy, brief local showers and contributes most of the country’s annual rainfall. The wet season is normally from November to April and results from the southerly movements of the South Pacific Convergence Zone. Cyclones do occur in Fiji and are normally confined to wet season.
The best months for holidaying in regards to Fiji weather is late March through to early December.
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Location and directions
Malolo Island, Mamanuca Islands, Fiji
Likuliku Lagoon Resort is located on Malolo Island in the Mamanuca archipelago. The Mamanuca Archipelago is scattered off Nadi Bay on Viti Levu‘s west coast.
How to get there
Located only 25km (16 miles) from Nadi International Airport, Likuliku Lagoon Resort can be reached by fast catamaran, private speedboat, seaplane or helicopter - direct to the Resort's own helipad.