The Kayser's of Bikendrik Island
Lutz Kayser, rocket pioneer and “The father of modern rocket technology” and his wife Susanne decided to relocate after a long and adventures life in Africa to the Marshall Islands where they created out of a small jungle island boutique resort Bikendrik Island. Lutz Kayser died in November 2017 on Bikendrik Island, sadly before the first documentary film Fly Rocket Fly https://youtu.be/TEmYgATuz5A was released. At present, the second part of Kaysers’ life is shot.
What our guests say about Bikendrik Island:
"Micro Boutique Resort Bikendrik Island is a private island paradise with warm air and water. The only noise you hear are waves, wind, and the rare Micronesian Imperial-pigeon. The private lagoon has a white sand bottom with coral heads with much marine life."
- Corinne M., June 2017
"Can you imagine the combination of the best snorkeling imaginable and then a silver service dinner of exquisite standards served on Meissen china with silver cutlery? Well, that's the extraordinary world that awaits you at Bikendrik. "
and the cocktails are delicious. "
- David Nicoll, Nov. 2019
"Gorgeous Micronesian boutique hotel recalls classic elegance and connects guests with pristine nature "
HKL2013, Aug. 2019
We couldn't wait to plan our return visit to Bikendrik Island and this time it would be over Christmas and New Years"
- C.McC, January 2017
"Was soll ich noch mehr sagen: Bikendrik ist kurz vor dem Paradies oder hat man hier sein Ziel bereits gefunden? "
- K.L. Jan. 2017
What Our Guests Say About the All-Inclusive Dining On Bikendrik Island
" The food ... ah ... the food. all cooked by Suzy, was EXTRAORDINARY! Think 5 stars here. fresh croissants, strudel, fresh tuna, parrotfish, out-of-this-world desserts, I just can't say enough about the quality of what I was served for all meals."
- J.K. Feb. 2017
"Homemade croissants and bread, juice, strong coffee, fruit and the best treat of all….coddled eggs in their little porcelain pots. Soup to start followed by a tasty entrée and then a main course. One evening it was fresh lobster tails. The next Austrian roast pork and dumplings. And our third evening, roast duck and apricot sauce. Each meal served with a carefully selected wine. Our favorite dessert was an Andalusian chocolate mousse with almonds served in tiny Meissen expresso cups. Digestifs followed….a banana liquor was a perfect ending to such meals."
- M.W. August 2016
"I'm a spoiled foodie, too, so the place has to have decent food!) Well, you can't get much more "far away" than Bikendrik Island, and the food is incredible!"
- Dr.K.M Feb. 2016
"Heavy silver cutlery and serving pieces created an elegant atmosphere….Downton Abbey meets the tropics. Soup to start followed by a tasty entrée and then a main course."
How to Get Here:
Bikendrik Island lies in the northern Majuro Atoll, Marshall Islands. The direct flight from Honolulu to Amata Kabua Airport in Majuro takes 4.35 h. You will be collected at the airport and be brought directly to Bikendrik Island by boat, which takes about 40 minutes.
UNITED AIRLINES: https://www.united.com
NAURU AIRLINES: Nauru Air operates between Australia and the Marshall Islands and also connects with Nauru and Kiribati. see https://www.nauruair.com