Tokoriki Island

Tokoriki is a friendly, relaxed and romantic resort on one of the outer Mamanuca islands. This is a very personal resort with natural beauty and a friendly atmosphere. Hammocks abound for a lazy unwind or, for the more active, there’s lots to do. The Island is surrounded by tropical reefs for snorkelling directly off the beach in front of bure (fins and masks provided).

Each bure has an interior and private exterior shower, air-conditioning and ceiling fan, mini bar, refrigerator, tea & coffee making facilities, hairdryer and safe.

The Deluxe Beach Bures are situated right on the beach with easy access to the ocean and the most spectacular sunset views. Honeymoon Bures (Sunset Villas) are situated on the one side of the property to ensure absolute privacy and are high to provide panoramic views of the ocean. These all feature a large bedroom with king size bed and sitting area, a double bathtub, double private exterior shower, private deck with oversized hammock and a sensational plunge pool.

The restaurant serves a blend of European, Asian and local cuisine, there’s a weekly BBQ and customary Fijian lovo (beef, fish, chicken and pork wrapped in coconut leaves and cooked in an outdoor earth oven). A traditional Fijian meke (dance) accompanies the lovo. Dining is casual and meals are served in a few locations, either at the main bure – the indoor dining area, outside around the pool or on one of the sunset decks. Complimentary afternoon tea is provided. The Dolphin Bar opens from 9:00am to late.

As mentioned, there’s lots to do if you want to – windsurfing, paddleboats and hobie cat sailing (life jackets are provided), you can view the reefs without getting wet in a glass bottom boat or go fishing with a hand line. Perhaps take a lesson in the age-old tradition of basket weaving or learn some of the many ways to tie a sulu (traditional Fijian dress). If craft isn’t your strong point – there’s an all-weather floodlit tennis court, table tennis, volleyball and jogging track. Also of interest is the herbal medicine walk where activities staff take you through the property and point out the various herbs and medicine. Another great walk is to climb to the top of the hill for spectacular views (early morning is best).

Some of the activities on Tokoriki do attract extra charges but are really worthwhile doing. They include scuba diving (there are a number of truly fantastic dive spots), island hopping (4 islands) and game fishing (also excellent). You can visit Yanuya Island to see traditional pottery being made and have kava with the elders or take a Honeymoon Island Picnic (a ten-minute boat ride takes couples to their own deserted beach).

The Tokoriki experience almost guarantees a teary farewell and the promise of a return visit.

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