Bikendrik Island is an all-inclusive private island boutique lodge in northern Majuro Atoll. The exclusively privately owned island is surrounded by crystal clear waters, coral reefs and a coral garden in the lagoon. With accommodation for just 3 couples, Bikendrik is a wonderful Eco resort for your dream getaway. Your hosts, Susi and Lutz,will ensure you have a pleasant and comfortable stay, with many interesting life stories to share you with during your daily cocktail hour.
The lagoon in front of the island is spectacular for snorkelling. Eagle rays and baby black tip reef sharks are frequently spotted along with resident octopi and tropical reef fish.
Bikendrik Island will suit singles or couples looking for a quiet, relaxing and remote island getaway to enjoy the peace, tranquillity and tropical beauty of the South Pacific yet be spoiled by Susi’s fine cordon bleu meals and wonderful hospitality.
United Airlines has an island hopper service between Guam and Majuro three times a week. The journey from Guam takes approximately 9 hours with flights scheduled via Truk Lagoon, Pohnpei, Kosrae and Kwajalein.
United Airlines also offers a direct service from Honolulu to Majuro three times a week. The flight takes 5 hours.
Nauru Airlines provides a service from Nauru to Majuro via Kiribati once a week. The journey takes approximately 3.5 hours.
From Majuro Airport you will be transferred directly to Bikendrik Island by boat (40 minutes).
Your stay at Bikendrik Island is all-inclusive. Early morning “wake up” hibiscus tea is made fresh daily along with baked goods and served on your porch. This is followed by a full breakfast, lunch, cocktail hour and finally a four course, silver service dinner served on the wide verandah at the main Plantation House including all beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.
Your room comes with a complimentary minibar, turn down service and fresh fruits daily.
The lodge also has wifi available.
Bikendrik Island has three guesthouses each with a queen bed, in-room safe, en-suite bathroom with shower/bath, towels, bathrobes, complimentary toiletries, an outdoor shower and complimentary mini bar. The rooms are cooled naturally by the sea breeze.
The Beach House is built directly by the lagoon with a covered porch and a large deck over the coral beach with deck chairs for lounging and enjoying the view. The interior features white wicker furnishings and European charm. The private outdoor shower is nestled under the palm trees amongst flowering bushes with a view to the reef.
Two Colonial Suites are located in the main house about 10 metres from the lagoon and 4 metres from the channel on the other side of the island.Antique furnishings adorn the suites and the art works used to decorate the rooms are genuine.
For guests requiring twin share accommodation, there is the possibility of renting a simple beach house on a neighbouring island and being transferred 2 minutes by boat each day to enjoy the meals and hospitality of your hosts at Bikendrik Island – please enquire for details.
The coral gardens in the lagoon situated right in front of Bikendrik Island is perfect for snorkelers. Bring your own mask, fins and snorkel.
Divers can be accommodated by the local dive operator who will pick guests up from Bikendrik Island. Advance reservations are required.
If you are interested in kayaking, fishing or any other excursions around Majuro, these should also be organised in advance.
Bikendrik Island has both shallow and deep water coral heads that are incredibly large with lots of benedictine clams, anemones, cleaner shrimps and resting turtles.
Kalalen Pass is a great wall drift dive. Diving depths range from 10 – 40 metres at this pass. Pelagics cruise in the currents searching for food. One can see sea turtles, rays and several species of sharks including silver tips on a typical diving day.
Adjacent to the pass is Kalalen Island which has its own lagoon side reef boasting both hard and soft corals. Divers will be thrilled to discover butterfly fish, triggerfish and octopus.
The north shore outer reef on the ocean side of Kalalen Island is a pristine and gradual slope populated by thousands of table corals, anemones and an array of colourful tropical reef fish. Sharks, rays, dogtooth tuna, and turtles also live here.
Within view from Bikendrik Island is a small island locally known as Button where sharks (up to 25 or more) can be viewed on a single dive. Black coral forests and school of Napoleon Wrasse are found here too.