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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, Over Water Bure
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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.


  • romantiek
  • adults only
  • beachfront
  • luxury

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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.

"Paradise with Heart"

After a recent magical Overwater Bungalow experience in the Maldives, we were eager for another slice of Heaven and discovered Likuliku. The most notable difference is the amount of warm and genuine social interaction. From the moment you disembark the sea plane, you hear singing and music, and the welcome boat sails you into a happy embrace of smiles and laughter. Far from merely an arrival gesture, this sets the tone for an entire stay full of familial friendship. Evening ceremonies, golf cart conversations, bar side stories, and strolling laughs... the entire staff exemplify the true meaning of 'Bula', which beyond a ubiquitous greeting, means Love & Life. The overwater bures are beautiful, spacious and filled with light. Even during warm tropical rain, filling the tub with flowers and gazing over the sea with wine in hand is nothing short of bliss. The chef's surprise delivered to the room was a fun daily anticipation (sushi our first day), and hinted at the decadent and worldly cuisine the resident chef prepared each meal with his artful multiple courses. (side note: get wines/champagnes/liquor at the duty free airport store before flying to the resort, that way you can have bottles for leisure drinks in your suite). We opted for the Village tour and the island hopping tour, with stops including the Cast Away film location and the isolated sand bar Wedding Cake island. Being that we were celebrating both of our birthdays, flower strewn beds, evening serenades, and chocolate cakes with champagne made our days wonderfully special. Percy specially reserved the private beach table for our last evening which was a romantic way to bid farewell. Maria and Ann at the front desk make sure anything you could possibly want or need is handled, George is always available for a scenic drive to your bure, while Ili and Tom plan lively activities. The fact that I mention their names, (not to mention the many more), is a simple nod to the fact about just how truly personable and thoughtful each and everyone is. Besides the absolute splendor of stepping from your overwater bungalow into pristine Fijian water and swimming amongst colorful coral life, Fiji's second greatest natural resource is it's Heart.

"Fantastic beyond your dreams"

To sum up this trip, in a nutshell, well......when we arrived at the resort, we were greeting by the staff with a song, given a shell necklace and a warm, "Welcome Home", greeting. When we left the resort, we were walked to the dock by the same staff, a hug goodbye and me...I was a mess. I was actually crying because this had to had to have been one of the best vacations of my husband and my lives!!! It makes me cry just thinking about the wonderful experience and all those beautiful people that work there. They have one goal in mind and that is to make you feel at home. At all times. I would often say to my husband if they had spiked their Fiji water with happy pills because I never, ever saw a staff member that didn't have a smile on his or her face and a willingness to help!!! I know they rely on traveler for their income, but really, this was beyond fantastic. The resort is a dream. We stayed in a Bure and I recommend it highly. We were thinking of booking a normal room, and I am so so so so happy we didn't do that. The over water bures were exactly what you would wish to experience. Every morning, when the tide came in a bit, I would snorkel off our patio and go see all the very colorful fish that circled around that area. Magical. Not only is the resort one of the most beautiful places we have ever seen, but the food is 5 star all of the way. French press coffee in the morning, a juice bar you can make yourself, a menu to please all and, again, a smile. If you are looking for a traditional resort with room service, a TV and and uber, forget it. This loveliness is nothing like that, but instead is a place that gets us all way from our daily lives with busy expectations. Truly , it's "Fiji Time" there. Relax, have a glass of wine, swim, snorkel, hike, eat fabulous food (that is included) and wonder why we all can't live like this all of the time. My only suggestion for the resort is to get better massage therapists. I am used to a deer massage and everyone that we knew that had a massage was a tad disappointed. That being said, who cares...really. We are big wine drinkers so another tip is for you to bring your own wine in your suitcase. (Get the bubble wrap protectors from Amazon. They do charge about 15.00 to open the wine, but again, who cares. Having the luxury of drinking wine you know you will enjoy is worth the money. Overall, go. Now. And, we went with dear friends and that made it special also. Oh, and take Uno with you. Just relax and watch the sunset and remember this is the luxury you have allowed yourself. It's about time.

"Amazing is an understatement"

There is so much to write here about how truly amazing our time at Likuliku was. The staff are incredibly generous, friendly, and warm - paying attention to every detail and taking care of us at every turn. The food is overwhelming in terms of generosity and quality. We were so full after every meal but somehow we made it back for the next one and ate every course once again. We didn't feel restricted at all with the menu selection. Each meal was spectacular and there was always something we were interested in. We have eaten in some of the best restaurants in the world and this was right up there in terms of food quality. The Friday night managers event at the bar is a must do. The Monday cava ceremony was also lots of fun (for my husband, I had fun watching him and having a beautiful drink from the bar). In terms of accommodation, the over water bures were just spectacular. We swam right off of our deck, over to the bar and back again (after having some of their wonderful drinks) every day before dinner. The bure was immaculately cleaned every day, with lots of bottled water and amenities for us to enjoy. The air conditioning was a life saver because it was pretty hot on some of the days we were there. The round outdoor sofa on the deck was our regular spot to watch the sunset every night. Fish everywhere, amazing snorkeling right off of the deck of our bure. We saw too many fish to count and list here. One of our favorite parts of the bure was the see through section of the floor where we could watch fish (and each other) swimming below. My husband was also extremely tickled to see another see through section in the bathroom as part of the backsplash (he watched the fish while he brushed his teeth). We have nothing but amazing things to say about Likuliku. We are hoping to go there again in the next year or two. I would definitely recommend spending the extra money for an overwater bure although people we talked to there had truly wonderful things to say about the other accommodation options as well. In the end, it was the truly generous and warm staff that made our trip the amazing time it was. The Fijian warmth and kindness was something we will never forget.


Beware! The high cost does NOT include any beverages at all (only meals are included, and NO room service). This group charges for everything from a cup of coffee to a glass of orange juice to a glass of wine. I was surprised considering the reputation & price, that there weren't at least a few drinks included. Also, the privacy is extreme. This is adults only, and is very very quiet, so if you like a bit of noise or activity, this is not the place for you. I arrived during lunch, and walked into the restaurant where it seemed as though a wake was taking place. I literally did not see 1 person talking to another, during the entire lunch. I am not what you'd call a quiet person, and was quite dismayed when my laugh produced a variety of stares from other diners. Same goes for the pool. Absolute silence at the pool, and I'm not sure why. A note on the privacy aspect: Another couple I met had invited a friend to come to the resort and join them for a cup of coffee, which the management frowned on so heavily that the couple was forced to meet the friend at the very end of the pier for a quick chat and drink, while the management stared reproachfully from a few feet away. Definitely come here if you love silence, or need a break from the hustle bustle of city life. I am quite sure that I would have gone insane, or gotten kicked out, had I stayed for more than 2 days. I was schedule to stay a week, but my better senses held sway and I removed myself to the other side of the island, post-haste. I will say that the room was fabulous, and every meal was beyond divine. The staff was on Fiji time, though so prepare to wait a while for your drinks. Also, you are only allowed to go on approved excursions with the hotel, and will find a great many problems should you try to hire your own boat or schedule your own trip, apart from the trips scheduled by the resort (I really wanted to go to the Cloud 9 Platform, but was roundly dissuaded by the hotel staff). Choose this resort if you need peace & quiet, but bring your own drinks!!!!

"Beautiful resort, great rooms, restaurant service is slow."

We stayed at the Deluxe Bure with dunking pool. The room is very well appointed, super clean, spacious and lovely. The resort is also beautiful with lots of water activities to choose from. A few things really were a miss though. --Although the food at the resort was lovely, the service was super slow. When it's hot and the only way to get food is to go to the restaurant (no room service, no light service or buffet for lunch and dinner) I expect them to really be on their game. But they weren't. Every course took forever to come out. Drink orders took two or three courses to come out. It got to the point where I was frustrated knowing dinner would take at least an hour and a half to eat with most of it being wait time. Lunch was frustrating because I still had other things I wanted to do and didn't want to sit around waiting to eat the whole time. --The AC in the rooms can't keep up with the Fiji heat. We had to shut out the sun daily to keep the room cool. Also, we wound up hanging towels over the french doors leading to the shower since there aren't window coverings in the bathroom. The sun just radiates in. --Also frustrating--our Bure had a dunk pool and it was lovely. However, it was completely unusable during the day. The sun beat down on the pool and the water was hotter than bath water. We asked for an umbrella to shield the sun and they refused to give us one. Other bures had more shade from the trees and it was very frustrating to only be able to use our pool in the evening. We paid a lot of money for the deluxe bure and they weren't very accommodating to our needs.

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