Malolo Island is an inhabited volcanic isle located in the Pacific Ocean, close to Fiji.
- Malolo Island was one of the locations visited by members the U.S. Exploring Expedition under Charles Wilkes (1798-1877) in 1840. During the visit, 2 members of the crew, including Midshipman Wilkes Henry, nephew of Wilkes, were killed by locals as they tried to negotiate for food.
- In retaliation, 60 crewmen from the ships of the Expedition attacked and destroyed Arro and Sualib villages on Malolo Island. They also laid waste to all crops and huts situated in between the two settlements.
- Malolo Island is accessible through nearby Malolo Lailai Airport or by boat.
Malolo Island cruise terminal
Cruise ships to Malolo Island dock (anchor) at Malolo Lailai on the western coast. Malolocat ferry offers regular service between Malolo Lailai and Port Denarau on the privately owned Denarau Island, Fiji.
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