Vanua Levu

Vanua Levu

Vanua Levu, Fiji’s second largest island, is less tourist-oriented than Viti Levu, making it a great destination for the more adventurous traveller.
From the picturesque main town of Savusavu, with its sheltered bay that provides a popular mooring spot for visiting yachts, to the untouched rainforest of the Wasali Nature Reserve with hiking trails leading to spectacular views, Vanua Levu is a natural paradise. Whether you’re exploring the Snake Temple near Labasa, diving to discover the magnificent soft corals off the coast or just driving the Hibiscus Highway, Vanua Levu has lots to offer.
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Accommodation

Savusavu has a range of home-stay and backpacker accommodation – great for anyone travelling on a budget. Many resorts outside Savusavu are set on spectacular beaches with access to the region's famed dive spots. From beach cottages to dive resorts and luxury retreats, accommodation on Vanua Levu covers all the bases.

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Experiences

On Vanua Levu, cross an item off your bucket list by getting up close with a pod of local dolphins. In Natewa Bay, both Spinner and Bottle-Nose dolphins are common sights. Even if the dolphins don’t make an appearance, fantastic diving and snorkelling will make the trip worthwhile.

If you’re keen to stay on dry land, you can meet the locals at Vuadomo Village, discover hidden waterfalls and tropical flora in the rainforest, or explore the bustling Savusavu Farmers’ Market.

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Getting to Vanua Levu

There is a daily flight to Savusavu from Nadi, while flights depart from Suva every Tuesday and Thursday. You can also fly into Labasa airport from Nadi or Suva and take a scenic bus or taxi ride to Savusavu.

Regular ferry services depart Viti Levu for Savusavu and Nabouwalu, in Vanua Levu’s South-Western corner, including a car ferry, so you can make your own way.

Once you are there, regular bus services run between Savusavu and Labasa, and there are affordable taxis for hire from the Savusavu markets.

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