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Het eiland kent vele legendes. Bezoek het dorp Yaro en de ‘huilende rots’ Vatu Tagi, om meer van de verhalen te horen.

Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Er was eens… een eiland dat werd geboren uit lava en zand en opbloeide in de blauwste der oceanen. Een maagdelijk paradijs met een turkooizen lagune als kloppend hart. Toen de eerste bezoekers de onwaarschijnlijke eilandschoonheid aanschouwden noemden zij haar ‘Likuliku’, het kalme water.

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Likuliku Lagoon Resort
Likuliku Lagoon Resort , Deluxe Beachfront Bure
Likuliku Lagoon Resort
Likuliku Lagoon Resort, Over Water Bure

Over Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Uniek en exclusief. Het enige resort in Fiji met 'overwater bungalows’. Welkom in dit luxueuze vakantie-optrekje voor ‘couples only’. Vanaf het water gezien lijkt Likuliku op een traditioneel dorp. Komt u dichterbij, dan valt de schitterende architectuur op. Natuurlijke materialen, stijlvolle vormgeving, ruimtelijk en comfortabel; de perfecte locatie. Aan de term ‘luxe’ dient ‘blote voeten’ te worden toegevoegd, want de sfeer is super relaxt en de luxe zit in de subtiliteit van elk detail. Hier komt u om van de natuurpracht, uw sfeervolle strand- of water ‘bure’, de warme gastvrijheid, geruisloze service en van elkaar te genieten. Dat u daarbij ook nog eens geweldig kunt duiken en snorkelen, en dat alle maaltijden bij de prijs zijn inbegrepen, is mooi meegenomen. Soms worden sprookjes waarheid.

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Het eiland kent vele legendes. Bezoek het dorp Yaro en de ‘huilende rots’ Vatu Tagi, om meer van de verhalen te horen.

Likuliku Lagoon Resort
Mamanuca Islands
v.a. € 551 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Boekt u een ‘overwater bure’, een privé-droomhuisje op het water. Vanuit de badkuip kijkt u uit over de lagune.


Beach Front Bure
Zitgedeelte, airco, televisie, DVD-speler, telefoon, internettoegang, koelkastje en badkamer met douche, terras en buitendouche. Uitzicht op het strand en de tuin.

Deluxe Beach Front Bure
Zoals Beach Front Bure, ruimer en tevens voorzien van een zwembad.

Over Water Bure
Zoals Beach Front Bure, ruimer, met badpaviljoen, gelegen op het water en directe toegang tot de zee.


Op het eiland Likuliku, onderdeel van de Mamanuca's eilandengroep.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant
• 2 Bars
• Infinity-zwembad
• Jacuzzi's
• Spa
• Strandvoorzieningen
• Laundry-service


• Watersportmogelijkheden zoals waterskiën, wakeboarden, boottochten, snorkelen en duiken
• Eilandtour
• Wandelingen (onder begeleiding)

Vanuit Port Denarau op Viti Levu vertrekken de bootjes richting de mooiste eilanden van de Fiji archipel: de Mamanuca Islands. Deze eilandengroep ligt ten noordwesten van het hoofdeiland Viti Levu en wordt omgeven door een azuurblauwe lagune. De Mamanuca Islands worden tot de mooiste van de Fiji-archipel gerekend. De bevolking hecht waarde aan de eeuwenoude tradities, de eilanden zijn gevuld met legendes.

"Beautiful resort, with some upsides and some drawbacks"

We recently returned from 12 nights at Likuliku. We had a wonderful stay, and I won’t repeat all of the comments from prior reviewers about the awesome staff and the beautiful setting, but I’ll try to offer some more specific notes that might help other travelers decide if this is the resort for them. Accommodations We opted for the deluxe beachfront bure after reading other reviews that the overwater bures didn’t seem worth the additional cost. We were very happy with our choice, but we’ve stayed in overwater bungalows at other resorts so we had already been able to experience that type of setting; if I’d never done it before I might have been a bit jealous and regretful that we didn’t spring for the overwater. But, since we’d done it before, we were happy with the beachfront bure. We stayed in room 41 and liked everything about it except for the beachfront itself – there was absolutely no shade on the beach in front of our particular bure until about 4:30pm. We could see other bures down the beach that had nice trees and great shade, but ours sadly had none. Therefore, we did not spend hardly any time relaxing in the beach chaise lounges outside of our bure. There is really no “public” beach area for resort guests outside of a couple of chaises in front of the pool, and there seemed an unwritten rule that you use the beach that’s in front of your bure only (which makes sense, since this is a couple's resort and privacy is important to all the guests). The daybed on the deck was great and had nice shade until about noon. We enjoyed the plunge pool and the water temperature in the pool was perfect. The room itself was very clean, excellently maintained, airy, and spacious. The air conditioner worked well but we had to close the drapes in the afternoon because the AC could not compete with the sun beating on the glass doors out to the deck. High quality toiletries were replenished daily; we were always left with extras and nothing ever ran out. Housekeeping did a thorough job every day, although there were a couple of days where the laundry was running behind and we didn’t get clean towels until late afternoon. There are 2 closets with plenty of hangers and shelves with baskets for folded items. The desk has 2 wide but shallow drawers for little things, and there are cubbies and a lower shelf on each of the 2 vanity/sink areas for bathroom stuff. There was a ladder-type rack provided for drying wet swimsuits; it was by the outside shower when we arrived (probably for towels when you shower outside) but we moved it inside and that worked well. There was no other place to dry things except for outside on the deck. The bed was super-comfy and I had the best sleep of my life. The room was nice and dark and the resort itself very quiet after about 10pm. The idea of the outdoor shower is cool, but it really wasn’t very practical or particularly enjoyable. There are tiny rocks on the ground that are like walking on sharp pebbles, and the shower itself was a weak drizzle of water. But, the concept is very cool and other people might really enjoy it. Food OK, here’s where we struggled a bit, but it’s probably more our problem than the resort’s. We have fairly simple taste in food and most of the lunch and dinner choices were anything but simple. We knew this from our research going in and had contacted the resort in advance to make sure that they could accommodate us. That turned out to be only partly true; it took a lot of effort on our part almost every day to check that there was something available that we could eat and enjoy. We were asked to make any off-menu requests 24 hours in advance and told to ask for the following day’s dinner menu at lunch each day, but most of the time the menu wasn’t available, we had to ask multiple times, or it just never arrived. Let me be clear that the food looked wonderful and other diners were clearly enjoying it, so I’m not complaining about the quality of the food. However, we were assured that our more simple tastes would be easily accommodated, but it was a daily chore to try and sort out with the restaurant staff. As a comparison, we went to Lizard Island a few years ago (fabulous resort - see my review there), and on our first day the chef himself sat down with us and talked about our food preferences, and we were seamlessly accommodated for the rest of our 2-week stay with no fuss or trouble. This was not the case at Likuliku. Diving We had a difficult time researching the scuba diving so weren’t quite sure what to expect; overall I would give the diving here a solid “B minus”. The dive operator is based at a nearby resort and picks people up from various resorts each morning and afternoon. Likuliku is the last pick up and the first drop off, which was nice. The boat itself was pretty cramped when they had more than 8 divers on board; we went out about 6 times and the most we had was 12 and the least was 6. This is a no-frills operation with no fresh-water shower or head on the boat. There is no drinking water or towels, but Likuliku puts a small bag on the boat for its guests containing towels, bottled water, and fruit. This was nice but it kind of made us feel bad when the other folks on the boat had nothing… we passed the fruit around to everyone but sorry, not sharing the water. You basically get on board, wriggle into your allocated seating space in front of your tank and BC, and once the boat gets to the site, gear up and backward roll without much moving around (there’s not much room to move around if you wanted to). The crew and divemasters were mostly good, but a different crew almost every time we went out. The diving itself was nice and absolutely worth doing, but not outstanding (we visited Taveuni Palms a few years ago and the diving was spectacular in that part of Fiji). So, I would definitely recommend that divers visiting Likuliku go out, but hopefully the above will help set expectations. Snorkeling We actually saw more marine life snorkeling than we did diving. The daily 9am snorkel excursion was great and we really enjoyed doing that several times. Snorkeling off the beach at the resort was surprisingly good, with lots of diverse fish life; we saw an eagle ray cruising around one afternoon. Water temperature during our visit was perfect – no wet suit required for snorkeling unless you’re a person who gets cold very easily. General Comments We knew from our research that there’s no room service, and that there’s a set time window for meals. However, there was one couple there who were making a big stink about not having room service… if that’s a requirement for you, don’t come here thinking that they will bend the rules for you. I got sick one day and they offered to bring some soup to the room, so they’ll accommodate you if you’re sick, but not just because you want food delivered to your room. We also knew that we needed to book a reservation for dinner each evening, but didn’t catch on to the fact that if you want an outside table or any other particular table, you have to specify that when you book your seating time. So, if you want to sit outside or near the windows inside, tell them when you make your reservation. We found that if we didn’t book at least 2 days in advance, we couldn’t sit outside. It does get a bit less pretty when the tide is out and the beach is kind of muddy, but tides are part of being on an island. The beach is OK but has lots of small shells and broken coral, so not a great beach to bury your toes in and walk barefoot along. Mosquitoes were everywhere, but again, that’s part of being in the tropics and to be expected. The resort fogged twice daily for mosquitoes, which I appreciated but it was also kind of annoying when the fogger came around and we either had to run inside or stay outside and breathe the fog. They provide insect spray in your room and also out by the pool, so you don’t need to bring your own unless there’s a specific kind that you want. We researched the weather patterns before booking, and were very fortunate that the weather in late Sept/early Oct lived up to our hopes. We only had rain for one day out of the 12 that we were there, and that was only for a couple of hours in late afternoon. Temps were nice and warm during the day but cooled off in the evenings. In summary, this is a great resort and the other reviews that talk about the wonderful staff and beautiful setting are spot on. It’s small, quiet, and private, and we liked the fact that it’s couples with no children allowed.

"Exception in every way"

I went to this hotel as a woman alone - yes, amidst all the honeymooners. What an amazing expereince! The setting is really extraordinary - as are the rooms, the service, and the food. There are numerous places you can take your meals including private settinngs they create just for you. There are endless acivities on and off the island. The grounds of the hotel also offer many differeny settings to explore. This is one of my top ten favorite hotels in the world.

"Amazing honeymoon spot"

Amazing. They do it all right. Activities, food, drinks (even non-alcoholic). The room rates are high but it's for good reason.. Not only are you surrounded by many couples just like you (yes that's right this is 99% couples and high rate of honeymooners), but you have many free activities and all free food. The activities that cost money are reasonably priced and there is really no need to leave the resort, unless that's what you want to do. It even rained aggressively for 2 days and we made more friends during the rain then we did without it. The resort also does a fantastic job of capturing Fiji's culture and showcasing it to guests. All staff made us feel welcome and at home but we felt most special with Tulia, Ana, Mary, Tevita, our trainee buddy (still don't know his name), Job, Joseph, Sam, George and of course the amazing housekeepers and groundkeepers you don't get too see or talk to too much. Special kava ceremony where we made unbreakable bonds led by Ily. I also never caught the head host at the restaurant but he is absolutely amazing!!!! We will be back to Likuliku, likely for an anniversary with the amazing couples we met! This is DEFINITELY the place for honeymooners and overwater bure or not, the rooms are gorgeous and you're always treated like gold. Likuliku is a place to remember.. And return too. It's worth every penny.

"Secluded gem!!!"

My husband and I spent our honeymoon at Likuliku and it was amazing! It is definitely a honeymoon spot - pretty much all couples an they cater to that. The resort is beautiful! I loved our little bungalow or Bure - it was very private and quiet. The food was amazing! And I can't say enough about the staff - they are so warm and friendly - they truly make an effort to get to know the guests....the place is stunning but the staff make it the special space it is. They offer some really cool activities like a private sunset cruise - they even send you out with some who plays guitar and sings for you - very lovely. Or the beach picnic is also great - they literally drop you off at a deserted island with a picnic lunch. I can't say enough about how much we loved this place - definitely will return for an anniversary! My only complaint is that I did not love the beach so we spent most of our time at the pool, which is lovely. It was very rocky and in the lagoon - low tide there is literally rocks and no water.....there is a reef so for snorkeling it is great - lots of beautiful fish - but hard for just swimming off shore which is really what we wanted to do. But the beach Bure where we stayed has a plung pool so you can lay by the beach and still cool off in your pool. Certainly not a deal breaker but it was a little disappointing to us. Overall stellar resort, so romantic and world class service!!

"Five Star Paradise"

My wife and I spent our honeymoon in Fiji at this resort and I have to say it is amazing. As someone that reviews many hotels and resorts, I focus on three key areas, Accommodations, Service and food. Likuliku scores five star in all areas. Regardless of whether you select one of the beach front bungalows or the over water burre, you cant go wrong, all are lavish and in the spirit of the south pacific. The food is amazing, world class cooking done by their executive chef from Australia who prepares a unique menu of food for each and every meal. Finally, what makes this place amazing is the service. From check in to the daily housekeeping in your room to the grounds maintenance to the restaurant, you receive world class service. But more so than that, the people are so friendly with most of the resort staffed by local Fijians. I have never felt so welcomed at any other resort. There is a sense of community and wanting to do a good job among the staff and making you feel welcomed and happy while visiting. Its not for money or tips or any other reason then self pride in making you feel at home. Its truly amazing and a lesson most other resorts can learn, With all the good thing out on the table there are some other items you should be aware of. The beaches on the island were disappointing. Mostly covered in shells and coral. most of the ocean surrounding the beach is layered with rocks making it difficult to swim and snorkel. You really have to go out away from the beach to enjoy any water activities. Most of the resort guests lounge around the pool not the beach. There are no motorized water toys at the resort, like a jet ski, you have to go to a neighboring resort to access, Although all meals are included, its very structured, having to eat at specific times and of a specific menu. You have to like tis concept. There were a few nights I did not eat much cause choices are limited and not to my liking, thus you have to like the concept of limited menus and fixed dining times. If you are looking for a quiet, romantic world class resort and spa for couples to relax and take in some sights search no further as this is it. If you are looking for an exciting beach focused vacation with great sandy beaches, this is not the place. Regardless, the resort is worth every penny and is a true romantic hideaway in the south pacific.

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