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Likuliku Lagoon Resort Fiji closes for $6.5M refresh in 2025 with luxury additions on the way

Adults-only luxury Likuliku Lagoon Resort Fiji will close for three months in 2025 for a FJD$10 million (around AUD$6.5 million) refurbishment and refresh of all bures and the main pool along with the addition of a new dining concept and a conservation hub.

Adults-only luxury Likuliku Lagoon Resort Fiji will close for three months in 2025 for a FJD$10 million (around AUD$6.5 million) refurbishment and refresh of all bures and the main pool along with the addition of a new dining concept and a conservation hub.

The 100 per cent, Fijian family-owned resort on Malolo Island in the Mamanucas will close from 1 February to 30 April 2025 to accommodate the refurbishment works.

For existing bookings during this time, guests will be offered a full refund or the opportunity to rebook for alternative dates.   

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Aerial view of Likuliku Lagoon Resort Fiji overwater bures.

Ahura Resorts, which manages Likuliku Lagoon Resort Fiji and family-friendly Malolo Island Resort, announced the major project will add private plunge pools to 11 of the existing beachfront bures – the first and only authentic overwater bures in Fiji – increasing the number of deluxe options to 29 bures, along with eco-friendly synthetic roof thatching.

The resort will also swell its dining options to three by adding the pan-Asian Saluwaki (a Fijian word for a collection of spices and herbs) restaurant, focusing on local ingredients from its own garden.

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Render of Saluwaki dining concept.

Also upping its sustainability focus, Likuliku will introduce na Vanua Conservation Hub in conjunction with the Ahura Resorts Conservation Foundation.

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Render of na Vanua Conservation Hub exterior.

The na Vanua (“the land” in Fijian) Conservation Hub celebrates the resort’s ongoing partnership with its traditional landowners to preserve and protect the local environment and traditions. It will allow guests to contribute to activities incorporating key conservation projects at the resort and throughout the island. 

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Render of na Vanua Conservation Hub interior.

Ahura Resorts Managing Director and Likuliku Lagoon Fiji Resort Owner Tony Whitton said: “We are investing the significant sum of $10 million in order to enhance and elevate the product offerings and guest experiences of Likuliku  – the results of which will solidify our existing reputation as one of Fiji’s iconic and renowned luxury resorts.”

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“We remain very optimistic about the future of Fiji’s tourism industry and our commitment to deliver world-class and exceptional experiences to our international visitors.”

Find out more at likulikulagoon.com