7 Nights for 2 Adults
Surround yourself with the crystal blue waters of the South Pacific in an overwater villa or beachfront bungalow. Cradled in a natural lagoon on a private island retreat, the resort honours its Fijian culture with naturally constructed, woven roofed villas. Experience the warm hospitality of Fijian culture, and admire the pristine environment on the island and the surrounding sea.
Offers & Booking
Prices are per room in FJD and based on 2 adults sharing for 7 nights:
Beachfront Bure (sleeps up to 2) from FJD 17,745
Deluxe Beachfront Bure (sleeps up to 2) from FJD 20,551
Over-water Bure (sleeps up to 2) from FJD 23,345
*Blackout dates & high season surcharges apply.
Return island transfers for two by helicopter, seaplane or private water taxi (includes complimentary return car transfer from Nadi Airport to Port Denarau return, if taking a water taxi)
Bottle of Veuve Clicquot Champagne
All meals including breakfast, lunch and dinner (food only – alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks not included)
Welcome refreshment and exclusive Likuliku Lei on arrival
Likuliku Sulu (sarong/wrap)
In-room water dispenser
Daily Likuliku special amenities
Complimentary use of non-motorised water sports including snorkeling equipment
Free WiFi (in all bures and in limited public areas – note: video streaming disabled)
Weekly Management Cocktail Party (Fridays only) with traditional Fijian “Meke” entertainment
Terms and conditions
- This product is priced in FJD (FJD), AUD rates can fluctuate depending on exchange rates, final rates in AUD will be confirmed by your consultant at time of booking. Use currency converter as a GUIDE ONLY.
- Minimum 7-night stay. No maximum stay.
- Not available in Garden Beachfront Bure category.
- Not available with any other offer.
- Note: luggage/weight restrictions apply for helicopter/seaplane.
- Water Taxi option also includes complimentary road transfer/s to/from the Airport and Marina.
- Return guests receive a 10% discount
- Booking Code: INDULGE7
- Black out dates & high season surcharges apply
- Rates are for 2 people in FJD
Like the entirety of Likliku Lagoon Resort Fiji, 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, wireless internet access, a DVD player, a daily Chef’s Canape Plate and a blissful King bed. Likuliku Lagoon Resort’s Over-Water Bures. Only ten – private, exclusive and beautiful.
Deluxe Beachfront Bure
With only eighteen of these private sanctuaries on the beachfront, they feature air-conditioning, music systems, phones, secluded rear courtyard, outdoor shower, spacious deck, daybed retreat and personal plunge pool. The split-level design optimises the spectacular views over the Lagoon and traditional designs, natural materials and unique, stylish pieces reflect the beauty and history of the South Pacific. Deluxe. Beachfront. Bliss.
Only a few steps from the beach and crystal clear Lagoon, the combination of Garden Beachfront and Beachfront Bures offers a secluded haven of relaxation and privacy. These Bures feature air-conditioning, music systems, phones, daybed retreat, private courtyard and outdoor shower, spacious deck and beautiful interiors. Laze on your deck with inescapable views or stroll along the beach and savour the beauty of Likuliku Lagoon.
About Likuliku Lagoon Resort
An island was born of lava and sand – an untouched paradise whose heart was a turquoise lagoon of unimaginable beauty and tranquillity. The first visitors came and explored. To honour the magic of the place, they named it “Likuliku”, meaning “calm waters”.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort is the first and only 5-star resort in Fiji with over-water bures. It is a unique and special place designed with integrity to 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 architecture. The beating heart of Likiliku Lagoon Resort Fiji 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.
Likiliku Lagon Resort, also known as Likuliku 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 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.
Likiliku in the Malolo dialect literally means “Calm Lagoons or Waters”.
It was an ancient safe harbour for the war canoes during times of tribal warfare. Likuliku features prominently in ancient Fijian Mythology and History and is an important landmark, not only in terms of the history but in the importance the site plays in the lineage of the “Tui Lawa” (Chief of the Oceans).
Welcome to Fiji’s newest luxury escape for couples.
The culinary experience at Likuliku Fiji presents exquisite flavours of the Pacific Rim delivered by renowned Australian Executive Chef Shane Watson and his team.
“Fijiana” Restaurant is the 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 fresh and creative, showcasing the finest local produce with an emphasis on local seafood, lush tropical fruits, premium products and the diversity of cultures that have shaped 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.
Dua Tale Bar and Lounge
“Dua Tale”, which means “one more” is Likuliku Lagoon Resort’s cocktail and wine lounge. Ideal for pre-dinner drinks and a relaxing reprieve from the Fijian sun. Dua Tale offers a wonderful venue to mingle with other guests or just chill out with a book and refreshing fruit juice or cocktail.
“Masima” Bar (which means salt) is situated on our arrival island. Here you can enjoy a casual sunset drink whilst savouring the stunning Lagoon views.
“Tatadra” means “House of Dreams”. Luxurious and tranquil, it is nestled against the green slopes of the island with beautiful Lagoon views and soothing breezes. Drift into relaxation and a dream-like state with a Fijian-style massage or select any number of natural beauty and body treatments to soothe your soul from the range of “Pure Fiji” products.
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 or game fishing?
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.