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How to Get to Likuliku Lagoon Resort on Malolo Island in Fiji

Fiji is made up of over 330 islands and when you’re travelling Likuliku Lagoon Resort, you’ll be required to transfer from Nadi airport to Malolo Island.

How to Get to Malolo Island Fiji

How to Get to Malolo Island Fiji – Photo © Gourmantic

There are three ways to reach your island resort. You can reach Malolo Island by a 10 minute seaplane flight directly from the airport. You can also take a 30 minute bus ride from Fiji’s Nadi airport to Denarau Marina, followed by a 45 minute private water taxi to Likuliku.

South Sea Cruises

How to Get to Malolo Island Fiji – Photo © Gourmantic

Alternatively, South Sea Cruises operate a fast catamaran service that runs three times a day from Denarau Marina. Malolo Island is the first stop on the scenic journey and you may just be invited to sit in the Captain’s Lounge. The cruise comes with commentary that points out the various islands and resorts and takes approximately 45 minutes.

South Sea Cruises

Captain’s Lounge – Photo © Gourmantic

On approach to Likuliku, you’ll recognise the resort by the overwater bures.

Overwater Bures

Overwater Bures – Photo © Gourmantic

Two small boats will meet you to transfer you and your luggage to the resort, mere minutes away.

How to Get to Malolo Island Fiji

Arrival at Likuliku Lagoon Resort – Photo © Gourmantic

If you’re travelling from Sydney, Australia, getting to Likuliku Lagoon Resort in Fiji is easy. It’s a three hour direct flight followed by easy transfers. The journey ensures that you’ll arrive at your destination relaxed with no jet lag, and without having to stay overnight on the main island. Bula!

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Corinne Mossati

Corinne Mossati is a drinks writer, author of GROW YOUR OWN COCKTAIL GARDEN, SHRUBS & BOTANICAL SODAS and founder/editor of Gourmantic, Cocktails & Bars and The Gourmantic Garden. She has been writing extensively about spirits, cocktails, bars and cocktail gardening in more recent years. She is a spirits and cocktail competition judge, Icons of Whisky Australia nominee, contributor to Diageo Bar Academy, cocktail developer and is named in Australian Bartender Magazine's Top 100 Most Influential List. Her cocktail garden was featured on ABC TV’s Gardening Australia and has won several awards. She is a contributor to Real World Gardener radio program and is featured in several publications including Pip Magazine, Organic Gardener, Australian Bartender and Breathe (UK). Read the full bio here.