Honeymoon guide to Tokoriki Island

Romance meets tranquility on Tokoriki Island – the northern-most island in the Mamanuca group and the perfect location for a honeymoon in Fiji.


Introducing Tokoriki Island, Fiji

This hilly, forest-clad island is ringed with gorgeous white-sand beaches that gently shelve into the warm turquoise waters of the South Pacific.

Try west-facing Liku Beach – one of Fiji’s finest beaches and perfect for sharing a magical sunset with your sweetheart. This white-sand beach shelves into a beautiful lagoon with safe swimming and good snorkelling at the reef’s edge.

Or scuba dive the offshore reefs and experience rainbow hued coral gardens, towering pinnacles, eerie tunnels and plunging drop offs. Try to spot some of the more than 300 types of soft and hard corals and 1200 species of fish – from tiny translucent gobies to vivid angelfish – than live in the surrounding cobalt blue seas.

Inland, choose from a network of undemanding walking trails that meander through tropical forest: stroll up to the 94m-high summit or to an ancient Tongan fortification set atop a cliff – both provide panoramic views towards the Yasawa Islands. Along the way, look out for pink-billed parrot finches and fruit doves.

Where to stay on Tokoriki Island

Tokoriki offers honeymoon couples the choice of two upmarket resorts – the Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island and the Tokoriki island Resort. Both ofer lavish ammenities.

Enjoy a range of creature comforts at Tokoriki island Resort – a 4.5-star adults-only beachfront retreat for much of the year (except during the January school holidays).

Here, you and your partner can relax in luxury accommodation while enjoying a wide range of activities including sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, snorkelling, diving and game fishing.

This intimate resort sits on the west coast in front of a wide 1.5km-long white-sand beach and offers a choice of spacious delux beach bures and poolside villas. Five of the bungalows feature their own plunge pools and traditional Fijian thatched roofs.

Facilities include restaurant, bar, 2 outdoor pools, spa, massage, tennis court and water sports equipment. Tokoriki also offers a fully equipped PADI 5-star dive facility.

Featuring a sandy private beach, the 5-star Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island, Fiji boasts an outdoor pool, fitness centre and on-site day spa, Tokoriki Retreat Spa. Facilities include restaurant, free WiFi available in the business centre, 24-hour front desk and gift shop. The air-conditioned rooms all come with an iPod dock and flat-screen TV.

Getting to Tokoriki Island

Tokoriki Island is the most northern island in Fiji's Mamanuca Island Group, around 35km from Nadi.

Tokoriki Island is serviced twice daily by South Sea Cruises via fast air-conditioned catamarans. Cruising time is just over one hour from Denarau Marina. Denarau Marina is a 20 minutes drive from Nadi Airport.

Helicopters and floatplanes on demand depart Nadi Domestic Airport and from other locations by prior reservation arrangement. Flight time to Tokoriki Island is approximately 15 minutes from Nadi.

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Latest update Tokoriki Island, Fiji: 20 April, 2022