Likuliku Lagoon Resort: The Experience

Located in Malolo Island, Fiji

Set off on a boat trip to neighboring islands, such as Mana and Matamanoa, and stop to snorkel and swim along the way.

After sunset, Likuliku’s over-water bungalows light up the lagoon.

Settle into a picturesque dinner overlooking Likuliku’s turquoise lagoon.

Take a dip in the lodge’s freshwater infinity pool.

Choose from 44 area dive sites, where highlights include caves, pinnacles, a B26 bomber wreck from World War II, and a rainbow of coral gardens.

Set afloat on the warm waters around Likuliku using the lodge’s fleet of non-motorized vessels to kayak or paddleboard, windsurf or sail.

Join a “Jet Ski safari” around the nearby island of MonuRiki, the famed setting for the film Cast Away.

At Likuliku, the day-to-day experience ripples out from the water, with a personalized program of activities created for you throughout your stay. Go kayaking, paddleboarding, or windsurfing in the warm waters surrounding the lodge, or hop aboard a motorized watercraft for an island-hopping adventure. The Malolo shoreline also holds many treasures. Hike to a sweeping island view, or get immersed in traditional life on a village tour and at a traditional Fijian church service. Each week, guests can join in on local environmental initiatives, such as forest rehabilitation or coral seeding, while Friday nights cue lively entertainment and a special Fijian feast.

Things to Do

Activity inclusions vary by rate type and package. Please inquire with the lodge when requesting your reservation.

  • Snorkeling and Diving
  • Kayaking, Paddleboarding, and Surfing
  • Windsurfing and Sailing
  • Jet Skiing, Waterskiing, and Kneeboarding
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Cultural Demonstrations
  • Village Visits
  • Island Hopping
  • Sunset Cruises

Food and Drink

The kitchen at the lodge’s atmospheric restaurant runs on deep relationships with local growers, suppliers, and food artisans. Daily menus feature organic meats, tropical fruits, freshly caught seafood, fresh herbs from the on-site garden, and honey from the lodge’s own hives, with all meals placing a spotlight on Fijian produce and the multiculturalism of the South Pacific. Every Friday night, the lodge throws a cocktail-and-canapés party enlivened with meke dance performances, followed by a Fijian lovo, in which succulent local meats and seafood are wrapped in banana leaves and slow-roasted in an earth oven under sizzling rocks.

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