Holidaying with your partner is a great way to see the world, strengthen your relationship, and share wonderful experiences that otherwise might never cross your paths. Choosing where to go is the most important part of the process – but once you’ve settled on your island paradise getaway, the next most important choice is where to stay.
Choosing the right hotel or resort can set the tone for your entire holiday. Whether you’re a bargain seeker or a lover of luxury, the first thing you see when you wake up in the morning can be the difference between bouncing out of bed and burrowing back under the sheets.
If you’re going on an island adventure, you want to choose a resort that will pamper you from the minute you arrive, massaging your cares away. Lomani Island Resort offers a wide range of massages and beauty treatments to help you relax, rejuvenate, and wind down into the slower tempo of island life.
Paddle along the crystal clear ocean
The waters surrounding Fiji’s Malolo Lailai Island are some of the most beautiful in the world – and the most fun! Whether you like high-octane water sports, experiencing some of Fiji’s most breathtaking views with the help of a snorkel or SCUBA, or just splashing in the water in between sunbathing, Lomani Island Resort offers an ocean experience for every taste.
Kick back at the beach
Sugar-white sands and turquoise seas are essential components of Fiji’s island paradise. Whether you’re getting pampered in an ocean bure, enjoying a romantic picnic for two, or sunbathing with a book in one hand and a cocktail in the other, Lomani Island Resort’s private beaches offer the ocean experience you crave.
Taste the goodness
Last but not least – food! The food you eat on holiday can make some of the strongest impressions, creating your favourite – or least favourite! – memories. Lomani Island Resort is home to the renowned Flame Tree Restaurant, a world-class eatery featuring Fijian, Fijian-Indian, and international foods. Chef Pranesh Goundar uses only the freshest local produce and seafood and imported meats to create a Fijian menu you won’t soon forget.