Overwater bungalows on Fiji

While there are overwater-bungalow resorts all over the South Pacific, there is exactly one such resort in Fiji itself as of now. If you are looking for a super-luxury hotel with overwater bungalows in Fiji then you’ve got a perfect choice, provided your budget is large.

If you are looking for something under US$1,000 a night you’ll have to go to another of the islands in the South Pacific, and fortunately you’ll have around 30 different resorts to choose from if you can make it to Bora Bora or elsewhere in French Polynesia. There are a few closer resorts in Samoa and New Caledonia as well, though those are less ideal than most of the others.

Overwater bungalows on Fiji

Likuliku Lagoon Resort in Fiji

  • Overwater bungalows: 10
  • Total rooms/suites: 45

On a small island 25km (16 miles) from Nadi International Airport in the Mamanuca archipelago, the Likuliku Lagoon Resort has 10 overwater bungalows, which they call “Over water bures” along with 35 beach rooms. This is a serious 5-star resort all the way, with some of the most luxurious accommodations in the South Pacific. The over water bures here are also among the most expensive in the area, so it’s not for those on tight budgets.

The spa here is one of the finest in the region, located up on a hill overlooking the lagoon. Those interested in Polynesian culture will be very welcome here, as this luxury resort carries that theme throughout.

Overwater bungalows starting at US$1,387 per night
>>>More information about the Likuliku Lagoon Resort in Fiji

Nearby overwater bungalow resorts

Huahine Te Tiare Resort

The main islands of French Polynesia, including Tahiti, Moorea, and Bora Bora, are where you’ll find most overwater bungalows in the South Pacifc. The greatest concentration is on Bora Bora, which has 10 such resorts itself, including many of the finest in the region.

There are also a number of other overwater-bungalow resorts elsewhere in the Caribbean, including a few that are ideal for those on modest budgets.

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