Robinson Crusoe Island

Robinson Crusoe Island

Things to do - general

Robinson Crusoe Island, a Tropical Island Treat, offering a truly unique Cultural Experience. Robinson Crusoe Island is world famous for it’s spectacular Island Dance Shows with some of Fiji’s best Fire and Knife dancers.

Feel the rhythm, experience the customs, culture & cuisine of the Fiji Islands. Robinson Crusoe Island’s Day, Night and Combo Cruises are packed with traditional & educational activities that you and the kids will love.

Originally restricted as a sacred island, Robinson Crusoe Island was first known as “Likuri Island”, and has a history dating back 3,500 years. A pottery site found on the island has been dated back to 1500 BC. It is a traditional location among Fijian natives (the Lapita people) for traditional ceremonies and important Chielfy gatherings. More recently, it has become home to a small resort, only thanks to the High Chief – Ka Levu Tui Nadroga and the chiefly family, managed in partnership with Australians but run by native Fijians.

The resort offers natural and traditional accommodation, rather than a corporate hotel style. The arrangement between the Australians and Fijians is based on the traditional systems of agreement, and allows the visitation of a limited number of tourists – mainly eco-tourists – seeking a more authentic experience of the Coral Coast and its historically significant culture. The operations of the resort therefore follow strict, eco-sustainable guidelines in regards to resource use and the prevention of pollution

Unfortunately there are no cruise offers at this location at the moment.

Unfortunately there are no car rental offers at this location at the moment.

Activities & Dining

Off Road Cave Safari's will take you on a journey of discovery rich in Fijian history, see Fiji’s largest cave system Naihehe Cave which was home to the Nabuavatu clan during tribal warfare days.

Kula Eco Park is a 28 acre property set in 3 valleys, with 12 acres open to visitors. Huge walk-through enclosures put the visitor inside the habitats of our resident parrots, doves, water birds & reptiles. Marine displays of Ocean turtles, soft coral and tropical fish provide a glimpse of the spectacular marine world that surrounds the 300+ Islands of Fiji.

Whether you want to zoom around or take your time on an exciting tours, we can arrange great options for you and your family where you can experience the abundance of marine life and colourful corals in clear blue waters.

Play a round of Golf on one of the world’s most unique and picturesque championship golf courses.

Afterwards you can enjoy a cool off drink in the clubhouse overlooking the course.
Only 5 minutes from Robinson Crusoe Island jetty.

Easy beach takeoff with a 10 nautical mile sail area at one meter depth. Consistent South Easterly Trade Winds at 15 to 18 knots, standby boat available, 50 square nautical mile sheltered lagoon with good consistent wind strength. Reef & reef waves available.

Enjoy a great day out on Pelorus Jack Sailing, Snorkelling and Fishing trips in Paradise. Sit back and relax as you travel to your destination with the famous PJ "Crazy Crew". Swim in pristine clear turquoise waters, get a tan under the tropical sun.

From Robinson Crusoe Island you can surf a range of breaks from easy soft waves like Namotu for beginners right through to challenging Cloudbreak and Wilkes. Our industry partners have more than 20 years of experience in surfing Fiji.

There’s no better way to experience the authentic natural and cultural heritage of the islands, than on a highlands rafting adventure with Rivers Fiji.

With Rivers Fiji you can raft the incomparable Upper Navua Gorge or inflatable kayak on the Luva River and feel the rush of whitewater while you explore lush rainforest, narrow canyons and hidden waterfalls.

Enjoy the high-flying thrills of the South Pacific’s zipline adventure, just minutes from Pacific Harbour!!!

Experience the WHOOSH of adrenalin as you soar through the rainforest, enjoying stunning views and distinctive flora and fauna from a unique perspective