THE NEAREST AIRPORT: Nadi International Airport.
THE AESTHETIC: Luxe romance in the tropics.
THE ROOMS: 36 beachfront, adults-only bures and villas.
THE TRAVELLER: Discerning couples looking for a stunning island escape. Suitable for ages 16 plus.
THE DINING: A range of options including the 8-seated Teppanyaki restaurant, an in-villa indulgence experience or an all-inclusive option.
THE INDULGENCE: Tokoriki Spa featuring 4 individual couples’ treatment bures featuring gentle falling water over freestanding volcanic rock walls
THE ALLURE: This privately-owned luxury boutique resort is the perfect secluded island escape for couples and honeymooners. Located in the Mamanuca Islands, all 36 beachfront bures and villas are private, freestanding and decorated in an intoxicating fusion of contemporary style and authentic Fijian design, including tropical gardens and tropical outdoor showers.
The resort boasts a world-class spa experience, which begins with a foot ritual; followed by a serenity menu designed to indulge your face, hands and body; and concludes with a taste of Fiji’s crystallised ginger and tropical guava juice.
The natural beauty of Tokoriki Island allows you to be as active or as idle as you like. Choose between kayaking, snorkelling or diving, relaxing by the pool, swinging in your hammock or exploring the striking local landscape.
A sample of some of the resort’s most popular room categories. For a full list, click through to the Tokoriki Island Resort website.
Best Priced Villa
From FJD$1,395 Per Night
Beachfront Pool Bure
WRD Recommended Room
From FJD$1,695 Per Night
Beachfront Pool Villa
Luxe Villa Choice
From FJD$1,995 Per Night
The owners of Tokoriki donate generously to the local community, with a large percentage of the resort’s annual turnover of the resort going back to the village. They hire and train staff from Yanuya village; built the nearby Yvonne kindergarten and the homes of five school teachers; and encourage guests to visit the local school and contribute towards its students’ education and stationery. The owners recently donated $20,000 to the school, which assisted in the construction of a computer room, uniforms and solar power.
In 2000 Tokoriki set up the Tokoriki Diving Giant Clam Regeneration Program in partnership with the Ministry of Fisheries. Through trial and perseverance, the resort has ended up with the largest collection of mature tridacna gigas clams in Fiji – a critically endangered species of giant clam.