With roots as a historical copra (coconut) plantation, Loloma is a vast 1,528-acre natural wonderland tucked away in the South Pacific on the island of Vanua Levu, Fiji. The property is a stunning tropical oasis brimming with lush rainforest, tranquil waters
and untouched beauty.
Family owned for 30 years, the property is fee simple and free of encumbrances with major entitlements secured. Loloma is one of the largest freehold estates on Vanua Levu, offering an exceedingly rare opportunity to acquire property in Fiji given that more than 90 percent of all land is under government control or subject to long-term leases. Loloma’s abundant and diverse natural features lend themselves well to destination resort development, though the property may be kept as a private estate for the ultimate tropical getaway.
For astute hotel developers, the property is poised for an integrated resort development—one of the first of its kind to be approved in concept by the Fiji Government. Currently in the planning stages, the master plan proposes hotel sites, a 150-lot residential subdivision, a 108-slip marina, sustainable agriculture/aquaculture operations, an environmental research center and recreational facilities among other uses.
Fiji's primary airport, Nadi International Airport, receives more than 96% of all flights to the islands, with daily international flights from three major carriers—Fiji Airways,
Air New Zealand, and Virgin Australia—as well as various discount and regional airlines.
From Nadi, visitors travel to Loloma by way of a local carrier. The following
routes are currently available:
Nadi International Airport to Savusavu Airport (Vanua Levu)
Fiji Link currently offers daily flights to Savusavu, with a flight time of one hour and 10 minutes. Private transfer service may be arranged to the property, approximately an hour drive away.
Nadi International Airport to Matei Airport (Taveuni)
Fiji Link also provides daily flights from Nadi to Taveuni, with a flight time of one hour and 25 minutes. From Taveuni, ferry or high-speed boat service may be arranged for transport to the property.
Given the resort site's relatively remote location, discussions are in progress with local air carriers to provide a direct route to the property. Regularly scheduled flight service will be offered by seaplane to the Loloma marina or by conventional propeller aircraft to a private landing strip located nearby.