While some of the inner islands in the Lomaiviti Group are well-developed for tourism, others provide a glimpse of pure, untouched Fiji, and they all offer enchanting island experiences.
A selection of lodges, hotels, home-stays and resorts are scattered throughout the Lomaiviti Group, with several concentrated on Ovalau Island. No matter where you stay, you’ll be charmed by the warmth of genuine Fijian hospitality.All accommodation in Lomaiviti Group
The pristine marine environment of the Lomaiviti Group makes diving, snorkelling and yachting popular activities, but with booming fish stocks, the islands have earned the reputation of being the ‘big fish’ capital of Fiji. Try your hand off the barrier reefs at Gau, Batiki and Nairai and you may be lucky enough to hook a whopper – Trevally are known to grow up to 50kg.
To get a taste of authentic Fiji, there are tours available through some of the local villages but you can’t go past a visit to Levuka to experience the rich and colourful history of colonial Fiji.
Getting to the Lomaiviti Group
Travel between the islands of the Lomaiviti Group is, of course, by boat, but on Ovalau Island, there is a taxi service and also a shuttle that travels between Levuka and Bureta.Transport in Lomaiviti Group
Dining in the Lomaiviti Group
Most accommodation providers in the Lomaiviti Group include on-site restaurants or offer delicious home-cooked meals. Levuka, on Ovalau Island also has a selection of casual eateries serving pizza, curries, European and Asian fare.Dining in Lomaiviti Group