The 6 Best Things to Do in Vanua Levu, Fiji

On Vanua Levu, you can pick your pleasure: a rainforest hike, a coconut plantation tour, a relaxing soak in a Savusavu hot spring. Locally run adventure tours will have you river tubing through jungle valleys, mountain biking along sandy trails and snorkeling the coral sea mount of Split Rock. Jean-Michel Cousteau (son of Jacques) runs an ecologically responsible dive center that offers courses and packages for divers of all levels of experience.

1. Vuadomo Village and Waterfall

Cross Island Rd, Savusavu, Fiji Nature & Parks, Waterfalls
Excellent
79%
Good
20%
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5 based on 67 reviews

Vuadomo Village and Waterfall

Reviewed By Maraai

Wonderful authentic cultural experience

We went here through arrangement by the Korosun resort, met with the village chief to gain his permission (as the waterfall is their property) and loved the village. Wonderful authentic Fijian hospitality, followed bu an invigorating swim in the waterfall

2. Nakawaga Waterfall

Savusavu, Fiji Nature & Parks, Waterfalls
Excellent
65%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
2%
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4.5 based on 48 reviews

Nakawaga Waterfall

Reviewed By Tony K - Los Angeles, CaliforniaLos Angeles, California

Tropical Paradise

They took us here from the Jean-Michele Cousteau Resort, and it was a great trip. Pretty drive up the mountain and then a nice walk with beautiful plants along the way. The falls are what you imagine on a tropical island, and it's fun to swim in the pools

3. Flora Tropica Gardens

Lesiaceva Point Road, Savusavu, Fiji Nature & Parks, Gardens
Excellent
63%
Good
31%
Satisfactory
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4.5 based on 45 reviews

Flora Tropica Gardens

Reviewed By Rainier1 - Alexandria, VirginiaAlexandria, Virginia

Lush! A lovely haven on a hot day!

The Flora Tropica Gardens are an absolute "must-see" in our book when visiting Savusavu. The manager is friendly and full of information, the pamphlet for the boardwalk trail is helpful, and the plants are well labeled. There are several benches along the

4. Waisali Rainforest Reserve

Savusavu, Fiji Nature & Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas
Excellent
44%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
10%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 29 reviews

Waisali Rainforest Reserve

Reviewed By GlobalGypsy_13 - San Diego, CaliforniaSan Diego, California

Rain, few birds, lush flora

This rainforest definitely lives up to its name. Thus, despite the well-graded paths, I'd strongly recommend being in shape for hiking and using local guides who are nimble but not necessarily talkative. Despite the signage that suggests abundant birds, o

5. Vorovoro Island

Fiji Nature & Parks, Islands
Excellent
100%
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5 based on 4 reviews

Vorovoro Island

Reviewed By capitanissa - Leros, GreeceLeros, Greece

One of the most unique cultural experiences that I know of today

I have been a member of the Tribewanted project since the first year. I visited first as a participant, then as the elected acting chief for one month. This may not be the holiday for many, but for a chosen few, it is the vacation of a lifetime, one you w

6. Savusavu Hot Springs

Savusavu, Fiji Nature & Parks, Hot Springs & Geysers
Excellent
25%
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50%
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25%
Poor
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4 based on 4 reviews

Reviewed By jenwren404 - Wollongong, AustraliaWollongong, Australia

Hot Springs Bath

I was surprised by the feel of the water I was immediately relaxed as I slipped into the huge tub prepared for me and only me they recommend to visit at night for the bath its more private and quite peaceful it was raining on the night I went and this add

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