Lomani Island Resort


Lomani Island Resort

Lomani Island Resort

Includes: return flights (ex Auckland) to Nadi, return transfers from the airport to Port Denerau, return ferry transfers out to the island, 7 nights air-con deluxe suite accommodation, daily breakfasts, free daily activities (snorkelling, fishing, tours etc) and use of some watersports equipment. Surf transfers by boat start from FJD$90pp to local breaks

Lomani Island Resort Fiji is a boutique, adults only holiday destination on MaloloLaiLai Island, which is part of the Mamanuca Group of islands.

Only 16km offshore, west of Port Denerau Marina in Nadi, getting to Lomani is easy via a 45min fast catamaran ferry, or if you prefer private water taxi, helicopter, sea plane or airplane.

If you’re looking for a luxury resort surrounded by pristine clear waters, an abundance of activities available, white sand and close to world class surf breaks, including the infamous Cloudbreak, then Lomani ticks all the boxes!

Surf transfers are to be arranged and paid for direct with reception upon arrival. Their boat can access the surrounding reef breaks (15+mins) of Cloudbreak, Namotu, Wilkes (being the main ones) as well as Swimming Pools, Desperations and Restaurants. They depart each day, based around the high tides and the trips usually last between 3 – 4 hours and some days they head out twice a day if the conditions suit.

Fiji receives swell all year round from the low pressure systems that pass under New Zealand. The main swell window is generally from April through October (the dry season), but shoulder months from November through to April (the occasionally wet season) still provide exceptionally fun days.

As with most of the South Pacific, the seasonal South East “trade” winds blow (mid morning to late afternoon) from June through September as the high pressure systems move over the islands, which do give way to days in between which allow glassy or light wind days. There are breaks during these trade winds which are offshore, so the key is to hit the main breaks before the trades pick up, then surf the alternate breaks which are offshore.

The shoulder months of October through to March provide fun sized waves with breaks receiving light and variable winds producing many glassy days.

Many people prefer to travel during shoulder months of March, April, May and September, October, November, hoping to get glassy conditions with early or late south swells.

Immerse yourself in the essence of Fijian hospitality as you step into this intimate, private and exclusive resort. With only 30 rooms, each meticulously designed to blend modern comforts with traditional Fijian charm, Lomani Resort ensures a serene and private getaway for every guest whether you are a surfer or not.

Beachfront Bures: Just footsteps away from Lomani’s own pristine white-sand beach, the stunning Beachfront Bures are 65sqm of pure Fijian luxury. Large private sun decks provide a perfect retreat for your morning coffee or afternoon cocktail, where you and your partner can take in the view and bask in the beautiful Fijian sunshine. Beachfront Bures also offer courtyard-style outdoor showers, full American breakfast daily and a range of complimentary tours and activities – all the luxuries you’ve come to expect from one of Fiji’s finest adults-only resorts.

Beachfront Pool Bure: These bures are the same as above but boast their own private plunge pool to cool off in.

Deluxe Suite: Separate sleeping areas, spacious living areas, and a private patio or balcony make the Deluxe Suites a spacious honeymooner’s delight. Enjoy stunning views of MaloloLailai bay with your early-morning coffee or late-afternoon bask in the sunshine. The Deluxe Suites are housed in a two-story building and have all been recently refurbished.

All rooms include King beds, Air-conditioning & ceiling fan, Tea & coffee, fridge and breakfast bar, LED TV, In-room safe, Bathrobes, Hairdryer, iron & ironing board, Pure Fiji amenities, Complimentary bottled water daily and your very own Lomani beach bag to use during your stay and take home as a gift.

Adventure awaits at Lomani Resort, whether you’re a keen surfer or not there is plenty to keep your days interesting… snorkeling amidst vibrant coral reefs, paddle boarding across crystal-clear waters, or embarking on a sunset cruise to witness the beauty of the Fijian sunset are just a few. Lomani’s friendly and dedicated staff will help to create experiences tailored to your preferences, ensuring every moment is memorable and enjoyable. The private romantic beach dinner is well worth it!

Lomani Resorts activities included with your package:
Guided snorkel adventure, Kayaks & Paddle boarding, Windsurfing & Hobie Cats, Dolphin Safari, Church visit, Guided village tour, Basket weaving & coconut husking, Sarong tying and kava ceremony, Cultural lessons.

There are also many other extra paid options including Scuba Diving, surfing, deep sea fishing, heli tours, private snorkeling, sunset cruise.

Indulge in delectable cuisine crafted from the freshest local ingredients at Lomani’s beachfront restaurant, where every meal is a culinary journey inspired by the flavors of the South Pacific.

Seriously – the meals created here not only look like artwork but taste incredible! For those seeking relaxation, the tranquil spa beckons with a range of rejuvenating treatments and massages, set against the backdrop of panoramic ocean views.

$ 2,649
  • Per Adult Surfer

IMPORTANT: Please note that the price above ($2,649) does not include the cost of the flight.

All prices are a guide only, departures ex Auckland and are per person, based on twin share and subject to change, availability and currency fluctuations. Surcharges may apply. Contact us for the latest specials and a quote for the dates you wish to travel.

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