Fiji's northern region includes its second and third largest islands, Vanua Levu and Taveuni, as well as the smaller islands of Laucala, Qamea, Matagi, Namenalala, Nukubati and Kaimbu. In the north, agriculture is the dominant activity while in the south there's few finer places to visit than Savusavu, a small but pretty town with a number of hot springs nearby. With divers drawn to Taveuni for its amazing underwater habitant including the 31km long rainbow reef. The region is home to more than a dozen resorts which are easily accessible by air or local ferry. Most are small and intimate and offer the type of vacation difficult to find anywhere else in the world.
Bouma Falls Hike: This fabulous walk will lead you through rainforests, across rivers and up to the gorgeous waterfalls. You will enjoy the sights and sounds of rare tropical birds, view many varieties of island plants and hear waterfalls cascading through the lush rainforest.
Dolphin Viewing: Several pods of spinner dolphins inhabit Natewa Bay, the largest bay in all of the South Pacific. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to boat out to their early morning feeding ground and be amazed and amused by as many as 50, 60 plus dolphins as they perform boat-side like trained acrobats soaring, leaping and spinning through the air.
- Pack a picnic and spend the day hiking
- Grab a snorkel set and spend the day discovering the beautiful underwater world of Fiji
- Spend the day aboard a boat and sail the day away
- Indulge in a spa treatment or two
- Visit a local village
- Take part in a Kava Ceremony
- Watch a local rugby game (in season)
- Sea Kayaking is readily available at most resorts
- Enjoy bird watching
- On Taveuni Island explore the island on horse back
- Simply put your feet up and relax!