Overwater Bungalows

Fiji Overwater Bungalows:- Experience Paradise

Most of us would consider it a once-in-a-lifetime experience to stay in an overwater cottage located above some turquoise lagoon in a far-off location. To ensure that no expense is spared, we scrim and save. And it’s worthwhile, particularly if you’re going to one of the tops.

Join us as we take you to thatched-roof hideaways where you can go down a ladder to colorful reefs and where glass floor panels and outdoor showers will serve as a constant reminder that there is no other holiday quite like this one.

Top 5 Fiji Overwater Bungalows 

1. Likuliku Lagoon Resort


The beginning was Likuliku. Yes, Likuliku Lagoon Resort was the first hotel in Fiji to pioneer the idea of overwater bungalow construction with a unique twist. Likuliku is home to the first genuine overwater bures in Fiji. Isn’t that a fantastic concept? Constructing sophisticated, ultra-luxurious bungalows with modern enhancements to their traditional buyers with palm-thatched roofs.

Ten stilted private overwater bungalows at Likuliku Lagoon Resort are ideal for anyone seeking their own private portion of the resort’s stunning fringing coral and Likuliku lagoon. This opulent resort gives the best of both worlds as it is perched on the edge of a thriving protected marine sanctuary with unending vistas of the Pacific Ocean.

Traditional Soga-palm thatched bure construction combines with luxury furnishings to produce a setting that feels both opulent and genuine. The Intsia bijuga (Vesi), a local tree that was used to make the hardwood floors, the hand-carved wooden window pelmets, and the items of traditional Fijian art are all natural materials. Along with other contemporary conveniences like a flat-screen TV, air conditioning, a king-size bed, and wireless internet access.

Location: Situated on Malolo Island (Mamanuca Islands), off the coast of Nadi, Likuliku Lagoon Resort is pretty easy to get to, being just one hour via ferry or roughly half that by speed boat from Nadi International Airport. 

Price per night: 2003 USD

2. Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay


The Fiji Marriott Resort benefits greatly from its position. The proximity is aided by being on the mainland, yet the gorgeous setting makes it more alluring.

This five-star Marriott resort is situated near Momi Bay, and it has a tranquil and picturesque view of a gorgeous azure lagoon. The strange impression of your home hanging over the turquoise waters below, softly swaying, is what draws people to an overwater resort or bungalow.

With the extravagant luxury that comes with the construction of these overwater bungalows, everything is practically available. You will be pampered by the private balcony, the roomy bedroom with a king-sized bed, and the ensuite bathroom with a freestanding bathtub.

The Marriott Momi Bay is a wonderful place to experience a stay in a bure while yet enjoying all the standard amenities of a 5-star hotel. There are 200 rooms total on the property, 22 of which are overwater bure-style villas.

If you’re traveling with your spouse or significant other, this location may be ideal for a memorable honeymoon or the long-awaited romantic getaway.

Location: The Marriott Momi Bay is located on Viti Levu’s mainland, along the Coral Coast. The resort is very accessible and can be reached in under an hour, thanks to the neighboring international airport.

Price: 450 USD per night.

3. Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa

Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa

Another upscale resort in Fiji, the Koro Sun Resort on Vanua Levu, stands out for having overwater bungalows. It is also known as Edgewater Floating Bures and is a remarkable 160 acres of unspoiled wilderness. Eight of the 50 completely air-conditioned accommodations, which are designated exclusively for adults, are overwater bungalows.

This is the only floating resort of its kind in a rainforest setting out of the five overwater bungalows in Fiji. There is the impression that your home is perched above a private lagoon’s crystal-clear blue waters. Have a personal two-person kayak available on your deck whenever you want to go kayaking.

A spacious private deck, a private lounge, and a cozy, stylish personal space are all features of your overwater cottage. Comforts include air conditioning, a mini-fridge, a king-sized bed, and an ensuite bathroom are plenty.

Do you enjoy unwinding? Then it would be great if you went to the rainforest spa, which guarantees both physical and mental renewal. Check out the popular local favorites like papaya facials and full-body wraps in banana leaf in the Polynesian massages.

Location: The Koro Sun Resort sits on Vanua Levu Island.

Price per night: 1023 USD.

4. Musket Cove Island Resort & Marina

Musket Cove Island Resort & Marina

Malolo Lailai Island in the Mamanuca archipelago of Fiji is home to Musket Cove Island Resort & Marina. Six of the 55 bures in this four-star resort are located right on the water’s edge of an interior lagoon canal. The lagoon bures offer you an accurate impression of floating on the water even though they are not totally above the water.

The open floor designs, wood, white minimalist décor, and cozy Fijian accents give these overwater bungalows in the private residence style a contemporary air. The expansive hardwood private terrace or lanai that extends out into the lagoon, giving an outdoor sensation and breathtaking overwater views, is the centerpiece, though.

Air conditioning, tea and coffee-making equipment, a flat-screen TV, a refrigerator, and spa-like baths are fantastic complements to the view in addition to the typical in-room amenities.

A notable attraction at the Musket Cove Island Resort is the food and dining. You can reach the resort’s private beach and other amenities by taking a short stroll. The restaurant Dick’s Place Bar & Bistro serves traditional Fijian fare made with the freshest local ingredients from the resort’s organic farm. Visit the Trader cafe if you want to cool off with a tasty tropical drink.

Location: Just minutes from Nadi International Airport, the gorgeous Malolo Lailai in the Mamanuca Islands is home to Musket Cove Island Resort, which is reachable by boat, plane, or helicopter.

Price: 490 USD is the cost.

5. Laucala Island Resort

Laucala Island Resort

The Laucala Island Resort is located on Laucala, a private tropical island in the South Pacific, on Taveuni’s northeastern coast. This idyllic Fijian retreat is surrounded by the most stunning white-sand beaches and tropical trees, and it features a private resort with highly sought-after overwater bungalows.

There are 25 villas available at Laucala, one of which is an overwater home. This overwater house is constructed in the style of traditional Fijian architecture but features all the contemporary amenities of a 5-star hotel. It is situated on two levels above a lovely lagoon.

Laucala exudes luxury with its expansive patio, private pool hewn from the rocks, sumptuous decor, cutting-edge technology including huge plasma TVs and Bose sound systems, fully equipped personal bars, and granite bathtubs.

Laucala is located on a large island that spans 3000 acres and overlooks a turquoise lagoon. Private boats are used for transport, and the entrance to the island is breathtaking. If the visitors need to leave for any leisure activity, ferry services are available.

There are numerous opportunities for exploration in and around the lagoon for the wandering traveler. For those who like it, the island has a championship golf course. However, if you’re looking to unwind, visit the Spa Centre.

Utilizing local resources, the island’s animals, and produce that has been optimized for quality, the resort and the bures themselves have a sense of connection to nature. The use of stones and granite, as well as the thatched roofs, all emphasize the handcrafted nature of the décor.

Location: Laucala Island Resort is close to Nadi International Airport and is situated on Taveuni’s northeastern shore.

Cost: 900 AUD

Hi, I'm Bhavesh Bhati thanks for visiting my blog! I've been traveling and exploring epic locations around the world for the last four years. I'm always looking for real adventures like treks, waterfalls, and Offroading!

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