6N 7D Detailed Daywise Itinerary
DAY 1: Nadi.
Arrival in Nadi Meet &
Greet by our representative and transferred to your Hotel Check in. After Some
time Head up to the Sabeto Hot Springs Mud Bath for
an afternoon covered in mud, wash off in the thermal pools and feel your skin
melt into heaven. Take a drive up the Nausori Highlands road for a
magnificent view out to Nadi and its surrounding area – beautiful even on a
Just before the sun goes down, why not go for a horse ride along Nadi’s
Wailoaloa Beach and be bathed in the golden light. Overnight in Nadi.
DAY 2: Suva
After Breakfast , Proceed to
Suva. You can roam around the Coral Coast, which is slightly shorter, but if
you have an adventurous spirit then the drive through the Kings Highway is far
more exciting. It’ll take around 4-5 hours to get to Suva from Nadi. Head towards Rakiraki first and
stop in for a coffee at the Wananavu Resort.
villages around Rakiraki suffered a lot of damage from Cyclone Winston. It’s an
eye-opener as you’ll see extremely basic living conditions and still witness
the welcoming nature of the Fijians as they smile, wave and greet you as you
drive pass. Support
the local communities by purchasing some of the roadside fruit and vegetables
on offer. Fresh watermelon is a great thirst quencher in the heat. In
Suva, head to the waterfront to watch the sun go down.
Next stop – Savusavu! Fiji’s
hidden paradise. You can take an overnight ferry which will take 12 hours to
get there and you’ll arrive in the morning. Alternatively, you can fly from
Suva and be in Savusavu in an hour.
DAY 3: Savusavu
We highly recommend staying at the Korovesi Villas through Mario. You can’t leave Savusavu without
visiting J Hunter Pearls to
find out how Fiji pearls are created. You can also do a snorkel tour of their
pearl farms and nearby giant clams. You’ll need to bring your own snorkel and
mask. Be sure to visit the Waisali Rainforest Reserve, a stunning 120-hectare
nature reserve. Dine at
the Copra Shed overlooking the marina and enjoy a Savusavu sunset.
DAY 4: Scuba Diving
It just wouldn’t be right to go
to Savusavu without experiencing the underwater paradise off the bay. Savusavu is known for its
gorgeous nearby scuba diving sites. Enjoy the beautiful colourful soft coral a
short boat ride away. If you’re not certified – don’t
worry! They offer introductory scuba sessions for total beginners. Take a soak
in the therapeutic thermal pools at the Savusavu medical centre to relax into
the night. Overnight at Savusavu.
DAY 5: Labasa
Breakfast ,Drive to Labasa, but not before stopping off at the Nakawaga
Waterfall, a short trek through a bit of jungle. There are
quite a few impressive waterfalls in the region, so ask a local for directions
to the best one! The best way to get around Savusavu and Vanua Levu is to ask
locals for insider tips. Everyone’s super friendly and will guide you in the
right direction. Overnight in Labasa.
DAY 6: Labasa and the Floating Island
Today you’ll need to rely on local assistance to get to the
Floating Island as there are few directions available. You can read our full account of our trip to the
Floating Island for inspiration and tips to get there! Once back in Labasa you can
visit the Naag Mandir Snake Temple, where local believers will tell you of the
growing rock inside the temple. They say the rock was once tiny and has now
grown to the size you see in this photo. They apparently had to rebuild the
roof of the temple as the rock had grown too big.
say faith in the growing stone has answered many requests over the years.
DAY 7: Departure.
It’s time to bid farewell to
Vanua Levu and fly back to Nadi for your connecting flight home. It’s a
45-minute flight from Labasa, which has the smallest airport in Fiji. Tour ends
with sweet memories.