How can you describe Fiji in just one word…beautiful? Relaxing? Yes, to both. Fiji can be also be described as tradition.
Fiji Culture, Pride and Family
The Fijian Islands have an abundance of tradition, history and culture to share. And isn’t that what traveling is all about? Experiencing new places, learning about different cultures and making new memories. What other destination can you travel to and be able to go into the nearby village to participate in their own meke and kava rituals? Play with their children? Go to their church service? Be immersed in their own culture so that when you leave, it is both a heart-breaking and joyous experience? There is no other place. The people of Fiji will treat you like family, because for them, family is everything.
Likuliku Lagoon Resort
The experience of a lifetime can bring you to Likuliku Lagoon Resort. The accommodations range from beachfront bures to overwater bures. The Fijian islands are not known for sprawling resorts. Likuliku has 45 bures total. Planning your trip in advance is a must.
Many of your activities will revolve around the lagoon and Malalo island. Many people think that there is nothing to do except “relax” and are worried about “getting bored”. This is far from the truth! Plenty of watersports are available from snorkeling and diving to stand-up paddle boarding andkayaking to fishing and more. Sunset cruises, island hopping tours, picnics and walking trails are also activities that are offered. More adventurous activities can be booked as day excursions to other islands. There are plenty of activities to keep you busy, and plenty of time for relaxation. It is a great balance 🙂
While at Likuliku you may be treated to a meke ceremony. Music is woven into a traditional song and dance that tells stories of legend, history and the spirits of the islands. Taking a guide into the village will give you the opportunity to be immersed in their customs and traditions. Be sure and eat at a lovo while there!