Lomalagi Resort Fiji Islands
Lomalagi Resort Fiji
Phone: Int +679 850-0077
Fax: Int +679 881-6099
Email: info@lomalagi.com
View of the Lomalagi Resort and Natewa Bay from the air

Location

Where, you ask, is Fiji? This lush country of more than 300 islands is in about the same place south of the equator as Hawaii is north of the equator. You 'lose' a day when you come here from the U.S. and 'get it back' when you return because Fiji, just west of the International Date Line, is literally the first country in the world to see each new day. It may be helpful to know that noon in Fiji on a Monday is 4:00 pm (Pacific Standard Time) on Sunday, the day before. Flower


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There are several flights every week from LA or Honolulu which arrive at the international airport in Nadi (pronounced NAN-dee) on Fiji's main island of Viti Levu. There are also many flights from other overseas destinations -- just ask your travel agent for details.
Map of Fiji Lomalagi is located on Vanua Levu, Fiji's second largest island. Known as 'The Friendly North', Vanua Levu is the real Fiji. A quick 45-55 minute flight from Nadi to Savusavu brings you to us with excellent connections from most incoming international flights. Your arrival time might require an overnight stay in the Nadi area because the inter-island airlines don't fly after dark. Please ask your travel agent or us for recommended accommodations, if required.

Flower Upon your arrival in Savusavu, we will meet your flight and whisk you off to Lomalagi, about 30 minutes away, along the truly scenic Hibiscus Highway. When you must at last depart, we will take you to the Savusavu airport for your return to the real world.
Things to bring:
Sunscreen is a must and mosquito repellent is recommended although insects are not really a problem here. All of the Villas are fully screened. Bring your favorite CDs for the player in your room. If you forget, we have a large selection you can borrow. Attire in public is quite conservative. You can dress as you like at Lomalagi but if you travel outside the resort, especially to a village, you'll want to avoid short shorts, halter tops, bathing suits, etc. Bermuda shorts are fine. You may want to bring a light jacket if you're here from July through September because evenings can be cool (mid 60's F / 18-20C) in our Winter. Shoes aren't worn in Fijian homes or in Lomalagi's villas so you'll want to bring sandals or flip-flops.


What to Bring?

FlowerLomalagi is a working coconut plantation and our 25 acres have over 1,600 feet of beachfront. The grounds are extensively landscaped and we have used wide wooden walkways throughout. The grounds and walkways are lighted at night, a truly lovely effect.

There are only six HUGE Villas, approximately 800 square feet each, with 12' x 32' partially covered view decks. Each Villa is built into the side of the hill, just above the beach, facing the sea.
All face North for sunrises and sunsets and all
have considerable privacy.
Walkway through Lomalagi
Villas Hillside
Dining Grounds
The pool at Lomalagi with waterfall and hammocks
Flower Our large hexagonal bar overlooks the pool, facing the sea. The 'play house' is located nearby, with a regulation pool table, our 'swap' library and lots of board games.

Our swimming pool is 80' x 20', in an "S" shape and contains over 100,000 gallons of filtered sea water. It's the largest pool on the island! Two giant waterfalls interact with the pool and there are several secluded sunning spots.





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