Likuliku Lagoon’s private island experience

Mociu Island experiences exclusive to Ahura Resorts' guests

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Ahura Resorts, the operator of Fiji’s Likuliku Lagoon Resort and Malolo Island Fiji, is now offering a range of experiences on an uninhabited private island. Having acquired the lease of Mociu Island in 2018, the luxury resorts are able to offer exclusive arrangements for guests of Likuliku Lagoon Resort, Fiji’s original home of the overwater bungalow.

Mociu (pronounced ‘Moor-thiew’) Island – also known as Honeymoon Island – is a tiny, private island only 15 minutes by boat from the resort. It is a protected nature reserve and the waters and reef around it have been declared a marine ‘na tabu’ by the Paramount Chief of the Mamanucas, meaning no form of fishing or shell fish collecting is allowed.

Mociu Island is for the enjoyment of Ahura Resorts’ guests only and will also be used to further develop and expand the resorts’ environmental initiatives, including dry forest restoration, coral, clam and other marine transplanting and preservation, as well as other biodiversity protection.

Access to the land is by invitation only, and it can be used for special events for up to 10 people.

Some of the experiences available to Ahura Resorts’ guests are:

Mociu Snorkel Experience

Enjoy the beauty of the vibrant Mociu fringing reef on a guided snorkelling adventure. Experience incredible marine life and colourful coral as you snorkel directly off the private beach or around the back of the island.

Mociu Sunrise

Venture out early morning for a hike to the top of the island to take in the beauty of a Fiji sunrise.
(Includes tea/coffee, juice, fruit and pastries and a bottle of sparkling wine*.)

Mociu Picnic

For some daytime private romance, enjoy a lunchtime picnic on Mociu’s private beach.

Pricing and additional information on the packages can be found here.

Find out more about Likuliku Lagoon Resort at likulikulagoon.com

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