Location: Fiji | Fiji

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

Arrive at Tokoriki to be met with a chorus of Fijian song, a lei of fragrant flowers and a resounding bula, the local welcome greeting; you’ll be shown to your personal villa, with its uninterrupted ocean views, and your own sun deck and pool to admire them from; and by night, soak up the island culture, legends and cuisine with the resort’s traditional barbecues, storytelling and music.
Perfect forA taste of friendly Fijian hospitality.
In the knowMonuriki, made famous by the movie Castaway, is an uninhabited island close to Tokoriki. Pay a visit to follow in the footsteps of Tom Hanks - and Wilson.

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Hideaway
  • Honeymoon
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview


The most northerly island in the Mamanuca island group.

Rooms at Tokoriki

Tokoriki has 34 bures and villas that are modern, airy and with the occasional tribal nod to Fijian style; outside each, a hammock sways gently between towering palm trees, the water beckons for an afternoon dip and sun-loungers on your deck provide a prime spot for a little sunbathing. We love the spacious Sunset Pool villas for a little added luxury and privacy, and an excellent location – slightly elevated over the beach, with shuttered mahogany doors folding back to reveal spectacular views of the placid lagoon waters.

Food and Facilities

Mealtimes at Tokoriki aren’t just about the local food but also the traditions of Fijian culture, meaning you can partake in a lovo, an authentic barbecue over hot stones buried in the sand, one day and watch traditional song and dance as you dine the next.  South Pacific mainstays of abundant seafood and tropical fruits feature on the menu and for something slightly different, opt for the Japanese teppanyaki restaurant – a small-scale eatery serving sushi and sashimi, with some impressive knife skills on show. Pad over the stepping stones in the lily and lotus-filled pond to the resort’s soothing spa bures where you can indulge in a range of locally-inspired treatments and massages.

Activities at Tokoriki

Head to the waters north of Tokoriki to dabble in a little deep sea fishing and catch a dog tooth tuna or some mahi mahi; or for a less hands-on approach, take the plunge with a diving trip to marvel at over 1200 species of fish doing their thing amongst the thriving soft coral reefs.   

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