Malolo Island is the largest of the Mamanuca islands and offers honeymoon couples a choice of several gorgeous white-sand beaches and four resorts including the Malolo Island Resort, which nestles in landscaped gardens fronting a gorgeous west-facing beach that is ideal for swimming, snorkelling and viewing magical sunsets.
Just around the northern headland lies the perfect honeymoon accommodation – the Likuliku Lagoon Resort, a luxury adults-only 5-star retreat that hugs the spectacular white-sands of Likuliku Bay. Here you can find a choice of overwater and beach bungalows, as well as a range of activities including village tours, diving and dolphin watching.
Malolo offers a network of easy to follow walking trails that crisscross the grass-covered hillsides leading to several gorgeous beaches framed by rocky headlands and set within secluded coves that are perfect for a relaxing private picnic.
Malolo Island offers honeymoon couples two resorts – the 5-star Likuliku Lagoon Resort and the 4-star Malolo Island Resort – both are located in the northwest corner of Malolo Island.
Malolo Island is located in Fiji's Mamanuca Island Group, around 25km from Nadi. To the south, across a narrow channel, lies Malolo Lailai Island.
Malolo Island is serviced four times daily by South Sea Cruises via fast air-conditioned catamarans. Cruising time is approximately fifty five minutes from Denarau Marina, Nadi.
SeaFiji offer a professional speedboat transfer service on demand, with one way or return transfers from Denarau Marina. Denarau Marina is a 20 minutes drive from Nadi Airport.
Seaplanes depart Nadi International Airport and from other locations by prior reservation arrangement. Flight time to Malolo Island is approximately ten minutes from Nadi.
The most convenient route to Fiji is by air to Nadi International Airport (NAN), located on the west coast of Viti Levu, about 10km (7mi) north of Nadi, and about 190km (120mi) northwest of Fiji's capital, Suva.
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Latest update: Malolo Island, Fiji: 12 January, 2023