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Vanua Levu Savusavu Hotels, Resorts - View Specials
|Although there is not an extensive amount of beaches on Vanua Levu, Fiji's second largest island, there are some good ones here and there, many of which have been used to good advantage by several resorts (such as Namale) and private villas. The main tourist area of Vanua Levu is in the region from Savusavu east towards Buca Bay. There are some offshore islands also, such as Nukubati and Namenalala - these have excellent white sand beaches. |
| ||Nukubati Island - This island is the location of the unique hideaway of Nukubati Island Resort, built in colonial plantation style, with coconut groves and a white coral sand beach facing a calm and peaceful bay. Only 14 guests at a time, so the beach is never crowded. You can even reserve the whole island!
||Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort - The beach here is not far from the popular tourist centre and Marina of Savusavu. Around the town itself, the beaches are few - it is mainly a waterfront marina etc. However, some parts of Savusavu Bay - including the beach at Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort near Lesiaceva Point - do have nice beaches. Also, the self-contained absolute beachfront bungalows - Tropic Splendor.
| ||Vatudamu Point - This beach here is a slim stretch of white sand .. and stunning. Very private as mainly only accessible by guests at the resort, where there are only a few bures. The beach faces the east where guests may see the sun rise on each new day (the beach is just west of the International Dateline).
||Waitatavi Beach - This beautiful crescent-shaped beach is privately owned, with a subdivision of around 14 residential lots. Each lot has access to the white sand beach and snorkelling on the reef.
| ||Namenalala - This dragon-shaped island is situated in the Koro Sea and the location of the resort, Moody's Namena. Accessed by seaplane or by launch from Savusavu, the island sanctuary boasts six white sand beaches. With only six bures, the guest number is low, ensuring you can usually find a beach just for yourself!