Located 35km off the west coast of Nadi, Tokoriki is the northern-most island in the Mamanuca group and borders the Yasawa Islands. Away from the hustle and the bustle of other, larger island resorts, here guests have the pleasure of feeling they are on their own private island retreat. Situated on 160 acres of land, there are plenty of activities accompanied by an intimate and personal service.
With 34 bures and villas, the Tokoriki Island Resort combines Fijian architecture with all the modern luxuries and amenities expected in an upmarket experience. Detached bures and villas are spacious, air conditioned and have their own private outdoor shower, and all are equipped with coffee- and tea-making facilities, mini fridges, hairdryers, robes, iron and ironing boards, beach mats, ceiling fans and safes.
At the heart of Tokoriki Island Resort, guests will discover a large central meeting area featuring the Dolphin Bar, al fresco Terrace Restaurant, lounge area, swimming pool and boutique. A relaxation bure offering a wonderful variety of spa treatments awaits those looking to unwind. For the more adventurous, there's a floodlit tennis court, kayaks, catamarans, walking track, snorkelling gear, windsurfers and table tennis, all free of charge. Guests can even visit the local village and share a traditional kava ceremony with the chief.
Share a sumptuous picnic on your own private beach for the day, have a romantic candle-lit dinner under the stars, or enjoy sampling the menu at the Terrace Restaurant, which changes every day. Serving a fusion of Australian, Asian and European flavours made from fresh ingredients found in the South Pacific, the fine cuisine at Tokoriki Island Resort is complemented by the best Australian and New Zealand wines.
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