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Likuliku Lagoon Resort

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Overview - Likuliku Lagoon Resort. Copyright Likuliku Lagoon Resort.

Meals are included and served in the signature restaurant with daily-changing, mini-Dégustation menus. A private function room and wine cellar caters for small groups or intimate celebrations.

Guests can relax in one of two bars, be pampered in the Spa, shop in the Boutique, float in the horizon-edge swimming pool, or just enjoy the many available activities including: bush walks, visits to a local villages, snorkeling, parasailing, windsurfing, game fishing and diving.



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Likuliku Lagoon Resort


 
 
 
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Once upon a time across the bluest of oceans, an island was born of lava and sand – an untouched paradise whose heart was a turquoise lagoon of unimaginable beauty and tranquility. The first visitors came and explored. To honour the magic of the place, they named it “Likuliku”, meaning “calm waters”.


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Likuliku Lagoon Resort is a haven of subtle luxury for adults only and reserved exclusively for guests in-residence at the resort. A wilderness island retreat, it is the first and only resort in Fiji with authentic over water-bures, in a natural ocean lagoon, surrounded by a protected marine sanctuary. It is a unique and special place amidst a pristine environment, 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 Lagoon Resort embodies the richness of an ancient culture with vibrant present-day lifestyle touches.

Welcome to Fiji’s unique luxury escape for couples.

Welcome to your magical sanctuary.

Travel Agent Reviews




Review date:   May 28, 2019 2:43PM
 
Review:   Recommended for: Romantic get away for couples

Pros: Liku Liku Lagoon Resort offers a truly unique experience in Fiji. The resort offers the only overwater bungalows on the West side of Fiji. There was alot of thought when building the overwater bungalows as they are angled for maximum privacy. The resort is very well maintained, the meals were delicious and I just loved the little gift shop on property! They offered wonderful items from all over the South Pacific at a very reasonable price. There are plenty of things to do, from jumping off your own private dock and swimming under the bungalows to lounging by the pool or playing with the water sport equipment - it is a "destination getaway" all on property!

Cons: I rate the resort 4 star only because all other 5 star resorts in Fiji include all of your meals.

 
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Teresa Nelle, Avenue Two Travel   Teresa Nelle
Avenue Two Travel
Lahaina, HI US

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Review date:   May 28, 2019 12:01PM
 
Review:   Recommended for: Honeymooners

Pros: The only overwater bungalows in Fiji! Fabulous luxury here...a favorite of honeymooners. Even experienced Fiji specialist travel agents come back from Likuliku impressed. The location is great too--very close to the Malolo Barrier Reef, which offers terrific diving pretty much year-round. The northern part of Fiji (Savusavu, Vanua Levu, Taveuni) are more famous for diving because of more prolific coral, immense wall dives, etc. but don't discount the Mamanucas and the Malolo Barrier Reef--it's got tons to see, and mostly all pretty shallow and easy diving too.

Cons: None.

 
Travel Agent:  
Michael Cottam, Bright Yonder   Michael Cottam
Bright Yonder
Bend, OR US

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