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Nacula Island is renowned not only for its pristine beaches and lagoons, but also its rolling hills that offer plenty of hiking trails with incredible views. The snorkeling and diving on Nacula is some of the best in Fiji, if not the world. Deserted, white sand beaches roll into the clear blue waters teeming with sea life. Look out for the sea turtles, which share the water with hundreds of brightly colored fish.
There’s something for every marine-life lover. Adventurous types can join a dive class and venture into deeper water. Beginner courses are available through dive centers and some resorts. Small boat charters are organized at most hotels and will take you to the many “secret spots,” such as underwater caves further out on the reef.
Be sure to pull yourself away from the beach and head into the rolling hills covering the island for a while. The extensive walking trails offer panoramic views of the island and reefs, with some peaks over 656-feet (200-meters) high. These trails link the island’s communities. Wander down to the local villages where you’ll find school kids who are always happy to “high-five” and say hello.
Stay for a few days to really appreciate the island’s beauty and daily rhythms. Accommodation options range from camping and backpacker-style dorm rooms, to exclusive resorts and hotels. Oarsman Bay is a locally owned resort located on one of the island’s best beaches and is close to the village of Nacula.
Nacula Island is located about 55 miles (90 kilometers) off Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu. Nacula is one of the larger islands in the Yasawa Island chain, stretching over six-miles (10-kilometers) long and two-miles (three-kilometers) wide. It’s accessible by fast catamaran, seaplane and helicopter.
My first time in Fiji and I picked this hotel because of the great reviews for the food and the world class beach. Both were amazing! For me it was one of the best beaches in the world. Stretching white sand beach with the ocean as calm as a lake. Great snorkeling right in front of the resort with ...
Our stay was magical! The bure was steps away from a beautiful beach with warm, clear water. The staff was beyond wonderful and made this short and sweet experience a memorable one. The food was delicious! If you have a short time in Fiji, definitely go to Oarsmans Bay Lodge! We couldn't be happier ...
Although we booked Navotua homestay, our conformation email said we would be staying on the other side of the island at Malakati, so this review is of Malakati Homestay.The villagers were nice and welcoming, interacting with the children was our highlight and the proximity to a swimable beach was ...
Stunning place to stay right on beach. The accomodation is basic but has everything you need! This place is all about the amazing staff and the stunning setting, paradise!
Nestled on the beach, this guesthouse is in Nacula Island, within the vicinity of Sawa-I-Lau Caves and Devil's Beach. Regional attractions also include Long Beach.
Situated in Nacula Island, this hotel is in the same area as Sawa-I-Lau Caves. Regional attractions also include Devil's Beach and Long Beach.
Situated by the ocean, this hotel is in the same area as Sawa-I-Lau Caves and Devil's Beach. Regional attractions also include Long Beach.
We liked: the quietness of no children- been there done that, Bure right on the beach. Small number of guests- could be as inclusive or as isolated as one wants. Disliked: paying $30 extra for alcoholic drinks (1 shot) in an all inclusive package. Disliked: credit card fee on top of VAT and other ...