Likuliku means ‘calm waters’, and there is no more fitting way to reach a place of such serenity than to glide along an invisible highway of air by seaplane. The first glimpse of the resort from over the water will bring about a strong feeling of deja vu for most guests – the world-renowned overwater bungalows (unique in Fiji) have been used so often in pictorial promotion of Fiji that a feeling of inexplicable familiarity with Likuliku Lagoon Resort is almost universally felt by visitors. Guests might also feel like they’ve flown back in time; from above, the traditional styling of the resort gives the impression of an ancient Fijian village, with a stunning building in the formation of a traditional canoe house as the resort centrepiece. This commitment to upholding the historical design of the people is complemented by an equally strong commitment to sustainable tourism. This is expressed practically through the establishment of a marine reserve encompassing the reef and waters in front of Likuliku Lagoon, providing ongoing environmental education, a Dry Forest planting program (restoring ancient forest species), and a Fiji Crested Iguana Program. Those fortunate enough to enjoy one of the ten over water bungalows can access all the wonderful aquatic life that calls Liku liku Lagoon home, directly from their own balcony.