Get married in beautiful Fiji with a stopover in exotic Hong Kong. Say your vows on the beach at the spectacular Likuliku Lagoon Resort, located in the castaway Mamanuca Island chain. After an idyllic oceanside ceremony, you’ll head to Yasawa Island Resort and spend seven days relaxing on pristine beaches and snorkelling in the Blue Lagoon. Combine this with a trip to Hong Kong, taking in the bustling street markets and views over Victoria Harbour, and you’ve got the dream destination wedding holiday.
This itinerary can be tailored to suit your requirements; please contact one of our consultants to start planning your dream trip.
Depart the UK from your chosen airport.
On arrival in Hong Kong, you’ll be taken to your hotel where you will check in for three nights. Why not head out this evening to enjoy some dim-sum? You could head for a high-end restaurant with rooftop views over the city or go local and try the stalls in Temple Street Food Market – both options are bound to provide a delicious experience!
You’ll have two full days to see the best of Hong Kong. During your stay, be sure to explore Hong Kong Island, with highlights including Stanley Market on the southern shores and the spectacular harbour views from Victoria Peak. We recommend heading up to Victoria Peak on the tram in the late afternoon and watching the city transform from day into night.
Another must-see is Kowloon, so try afternoon tea at the Peninsula Hotel, walk along the Avenue of the Stars and taste local delicacies at Temple Street Night Market. If you want to get out of the city, you can head over to Lantau, where a glass-floored cable car soars over the water to get to the Giant Buddha.
Spend the day at your leisure enjoying the city. In the late afternoon, you’ll be picked up and taken to the airport in time for your flight to Fiji. It’s an overnight flight, so you’ll arrive the next day.
On arrival in Fiji, you’ll be met at the airport and taken to Port Denarau, catching a boat to Malolo Island. You’ll check into Likuliku Resort, where you will be having your wedding ceremony and staying for four nights. The resort is a haven of subtle luxury - a unique and special place designed around cultural values and traditional architecture, embracing the renowned warmth of the Fijian people.
We recommend having your wedding on your second or third day here, so you have time to confirm any final arrangements and settle in. We’ve included the Marau Wedding Package, which includes bure flower decorations, a bottle of French champagne, all registration fees and your beachfront wedding ceremony. If you want to include any extras, we can discuss this before you travel.
It’s a magical place to say your vows – overlooking the water, with the sand between your toes and the soft breeze rustling the palm trees. After your spectacular wedding day, you can relax and enjoy the island – chilling in your Garden Beachfront Bure and wandering hand in hand along the beach. It’s the perfect place for an island wedding.
After a few days relaxing after your honeymoon, you’ll be taken by boat along the Yasawa Island chain to Yasawa Island Resort. Here, you will check in for 7 nights and sit back to relax as your honeymoon stay commences.
There are just 18 traditionally thatched, beachfront bures at Yasawa, each with an outdoor shower, an large deck to relax on each afternoon, a hammock strung between the palms and spectacular views of the ocean. Enjoy your meals at the al fresco restaurant, indulging on fresh seafood and pasta or head out on a beach picnic. This idyllic experience involves heading out to a quiet beach, with a sensational picnic and a bottle of champagne. With names like Lovers’ Beach and Paradise Beach, you’ll be sure to have a beautiful day.
It’s also a great place to get out and explore. The nearby ‘Blue Lagoon’ houses several caves, only accessible by underwater passages, while the turquoise ocean hides kaleidoscopic reefs accessible by scuba diving or snorkelling. We also really recommend a visit to the nearby village of Bukama, where the local children will welcome you with a song!
After breakfast, you will be taken by boat back to the main island, to catch your flight back to Hong Kong. You’ll spend one final night here, to break your journey home. You could simply relax at your 5* hotel or head out into the city again, visiting anywhere you missed on your first stop, and indulging in a final delicious dim sum dinner.
Spend the morning at your leisure before being driven to the airport for your flight home.
Fiji’s wet season runs from November to April, with the heaviest rains and highest humidity from December to mid-April. The dry season begins in May and lasts until October, with low rainfall, low humidity and milder temperatures. Peak tourist season in Fiji coincides with the Australian and Kiwi school holidays from December to January, and June to July. Resort prices are considerably higher over these periods.
This itinerary is purely a suggestion and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests, and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you.