Discover authentic Fijian hospitality, culture and traditions...
Likuri Island Resort Fiji offers memorable cultural experiences in a laid back beachside setting. The island and the surrounding area are steeped in historical significance, with ancient pottery dating back 3,500 years found nearby. The island was largely uninhabited prior to the 1980s, and historically it was reserved as a sacred island for ceremonies as well as a place of recreation for the paramount Chief of the area.
Aside from the unspoiled, natural beauty that the island has to offer, it's the adventurous and fun activities that really make the Likuri Island Resort experience special. From snorkeling and kayaking in the bay to bush medicine tours and coconut tree climbing, Likuri Island offers both traditional resort activities and engaging cultural activities.
The resort has 13 affordable island-style Fijian bungalows known as Bures (boo-rays) as well as full resort facilities. Due to its unique location, Likuri Island enjoys access to the majestic reefs and surf breaks of the Mamanuca Islands, as well the Coral Coast's thrilling activities such as Kula Eco Park, Sigatoka Sand Dunes, and Natadola Golf Course.
Getting to the Island
Likuri Island's mainland jetty is located close to Natadola beach on the Coral Coast, and it takes 45 minutes to get to the jetty from Nadi. Once you arrive at the jetty it is a 30 minute calm water cruise down the Tuva River to get to Likuri Island Resort. There are regular scheduled transfers to the island everyday and off-schedule private transfers can be arranged at any time of the day or night.
For further information please visit our transfers page.
Mai Kana - Let's Eat!
Likuri Island's authentic island philosophy extends to cuisine. Meals at the resort are served buffet style by the beach with a variety of dishes to choose from. Ingredients are locally sourced and are mostly organic. The resort caters for vegetarians, and most food allergies can be accommodated if adequate notice is provided. The resort prepares many of its meals “lovo” style, whereby meat, fish and root-crop vegetables are wrapped in banana and coconut leaves and buried under hot rocks for several hours. This gives the food a distinctly smoky taste that is unique to the pacific.