Likuliku Lagoon Resort in Fiji is a haven of subtle luxury and the first and only resort in Fiji with over-water bures. It is a unique and special place designed with integrity to Fijian cultural values, traditional designs and architecture, and is embraced by the renowned warmth of the Fijian people.
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 lifestyle touches.
Welcome to Fiji’s most unique luxury escape for couples. To view some of the awards and accolades Likuliku Lagoon Fijian Resort has received since opening,
Likuliku is located 25km/16 miles from Nadi International Airport in the Mamanuca archipelago.
Fiji’s climate is tropical. Temperatures vary slightly between the summer and winter months with summer beginning early December and lasting through to March.
The weather is quite hot and humid during the summer months with average daily temperatures around 32°C (92°F). This time is usually referred to as the ‘wet season’, however it should be noted that Likuliku Lagoon Resort is located to the west of the larger Fiji Islands and on average receives less rainfall than the eastern parts of Fiji at this time.
By the end of April, Fiji experiences a more moderate climate with average temperatures reaching 27°C (82°F) by day and pleasantly cooler during the night at around 19°C (66°F).
Fiji’s first and only.
Like the entire Resort, these 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 on your deck or luxuriate in your separate bathing pavilion with Lagoon views from your bathtub. All Bures feature air-conditioning, music systems, phones, free WiFi, flat-screen monitors and DVD player, a daily Chef’s Canape Plate and a blissful King bed. (Please note: All WiFi communications are run via a radio link and subject to weather and tidal fluctuations which may interfere with speed and signal strength. Video streaming has been disabled.)
Likuliku’s Over-Water Bures. Only ten – private, exclusive and beautiful.
The culinary experience at Likuliku presents exquisite flavours of the Pacific Rim delivered by Executive Chef Ihaka Peri and his team.
“Fijiana” Restaurant is the Resort 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. We can cater to most dietary requirements with notice, including specialty elements of certain cuisine, particularly Indian and Chinese – see below. Regrettably, we are unable to cater for Kosher requirements.
Our Food Concept and Sample Menus will give you a greater insight into the cultural and creative elements that bring the culinary experience alive at Likuliku unlike anywhere else in Fiji.
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. Laze by the spectacular horizon-edge pool or soak in one of the many min-jacuzzi areas in the pool.
Adrenalin activities perhaps? Windsurfing, fishing or a jet ski tour to the famous Modriki Island where the move “Cast Away” was filmed?
A softer side? Bush walks and nature trails lead to spectacular views of the Mamanuca Islands. Or 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.
But 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.
Welcome to your magical sanctuary.