Two of Fiji’s favourite island resorts, including family-favourite Malolo Island and Likuliku Lagoon, in Fiji’s magnificent Mamanuca Islands are set to reopen after a COVID-19 hiatus.
Families are returning to Fiji
Like many resorts in Fiji, Malolo and Likuliku were forced to close their doors when Fiji’s borders shut in March 2020 due to the Covid pandemic. During that time, all 300 staff – except for an engineering and essential services team, were stood down.
Ahura Resorts, the Fijian family company who owns and operates Malolo and Likuliku, has remained connected to its family of staff, deploying a food voucher distribution program every quarter to help the staff and their families replenish staple grocery items.
But the wait is now over as family favourite Malolo Island Resort reopens on 20 December 2021, followed by Likuliku Lagoon Resort in early 2022.
Aussies families are booking Fijian holidays again!
Fijian owner and Managing Director Mr Tony Whitton said, “We have waited and worked hard towards this day for a long time. There are probably not enough words to explain the feelings of excitement, relief and joy we have, that we can finally get our staff back to work and once again, welcome our valued guests to our shores.
“Both resorts are recording high levels of enquiries and bookings from all over the world and our family of staff can’t wait to share our beautiful island and its pristine surroundings again. We know our guests will want to rest, reconnect and find inspiration after such a long wait. And I can tell you , we are ready to welcome them back!”
Fijian resort is perfect for tropical family holidays
The tropical island resort of Malolo Island is a multi award-winning resort, receiving accolades in the World Travel Awards and was named 2019 and 2020 “Oceania’s Leading Beach Resort”. Fiji makes regular red carpet appearances in the Out & About With Kids Readers Choice Awards. 100% owned by a local Fijian family, Malolo is all about reconnecting with family and friends without distraction. Tune in to the sounds of coconut trees swaying and the ocean lapping the shore beneath the bluest of skies by day and a blanket of stars by night.