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Resorts and Places To Stay On Taveuni

There is, quite simply, no paradise like Fiji. More than 300 islands and atolls make up this South Pacific nation that you can reach on an overnight nonstop flight aboard Fiji Airways from Los Angeles and San Francisco in roughly the same amount of time it takes to fly to Europe.

Once you land, the friendly Fijian exclamation of greeting, “Bula!”, will meet you at every turn, and landscapes you swore only existed on screen savers become reality. With a population of roughly one million people, the friendliest and happiest islands in the world, it turns out, might just be the most beautiful ones.

Where to Stay in Fiji

Resorts in Fiji cater to budget backpackers doing the Robinson Crusoe thing or families in search of complimentary childcare. From all-inclusive resorts and overwater bungalows to family resorts and affordable hotels, visitors will find no shortage of properties offering access to the best beaches and world-class snorkeling.

Honeymooners, too, are catered to in Fiji, where you’ll find some of the most romantic honeymoon resorts in the world complete with traditional beachfront villas called bures, usually outfitted with their own private plunge pools and decadent outdoor showers.

You could easily spend your entire Fiji vacation on the main island of Viti Levu, home to the capital city of Suva and the beautiful beach at Natadola Bay, or on the second-largest island, Vanua Levu, to the north. But do enough research on Fiji and make enough to stay here, and you’ll surely be beckoned further offshore, too, to the Garden Island of Taveuni, the clear lagoons of the Yasawa Islands, Kadavu to the south or Beqa Island, known for its fascinating fire walking tradition.

Things to Do in the Fiji

Scuba divers and surfers arrive in equal measure to these islands known as the soft coral capital of the world and for having some of the best reef breaks of anywhere, inching the legendary surf spot, Cloudbreak, in the Mamanucas. Indeed, the profusion of rainbow hues you’ll see when you don a mask to snorkel off the Great Astrolabe Reef or within Namena Marine Reserve is an underwater landscape like no place on the planet, with hard and soft corals painted as colorfully as the tropical fish that inhabit them.

White-water rafting trips, riverboat tours, multi-day hikes and visits to pristine waterfalls are just a few of the soft-adventure outings to keep you busy when you’re not basking on a beach. And wherever you are in 

Fiji, make time to visit a village or head out on market day across the islands to witness the diversity of the nation, with its strong Indo-Fijian culture and cuisine. The lush islands are fertile oases where all manner of tropical fruits—guava, pineapples, passionfruit and mangos—flourish. Pristine surrounding seas mean a bounty of fresh fish is always on offer (don’t leave without trying the ceviche-style Fijian dish called kokoda, marinated with fresh citrus juice and coconut milk), too.

LIST OF RECOMMENDED PLACES TO STAY ON TAVEUNI

TAVEUNI ISLAND RESORT MORE INFORMATION

NAKIA RESORT AND DIVE MORE INFORMATION

Paradise Taveuni MORE INFORMATION

Taveuni Dive Resort MORE INFORMATION

GARDEN ISLAND RESORT MORE INFORMATION

TAVEUNI PALMS MORE INFORMATION

COCONUT GROVE BEACH COTTAGES MORE INFORMATION

Tides Reach Resort MORE INFORMATION

Raiwasa Private Resort MORE INFORMATION

Maravu Lodge MORE INFORMATION

LOMANI RESORT MORE INFORMATION

OTHER PLACES TO STAY

BIBI’S HIDEAWAY

VAKANANANU RETREAT

FIRST LIGHT INN

DATELINE HOTEL

CHOTTU’S MOTEL

Raintree Gardens

VALESekoula Beach Front Home

The Pineapple House

Ucuilagi Holiday Home

Room at Green Fiji Plantation


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