Levuka Travel Guide

  • The Catholic Cathedral
    The Catholic Cathedral
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  • The sign of UNESCO
    The sign of UNESCO
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  • The museum
    The museum
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Levuka Things to Do

  • Read the didactic signs

    Every now and then you will come across a sign explaining an aspect of the history of Levuka. They give good information and show pictures and drawings. I read them all.

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  • The monument to David Whippy

    This is what I rread about him. The statue is located by the Beach Street.David Whippy was an American sailor from Nantucket who became a "beachcomber", a white resident of the Fijian islands who served as liaison between the local and foreign communities, and eventually US vice-consul.Whippey left Nantucket on the whaling ship Hero in 1816, but...

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  • The old Masonic temple

    It was destroyed by fire, but still worth a look. You could go inside its premises, but something I felt and I was unconfortable, so I immediately left the place.

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  • Caqalai

    Go to the lovely little island Caqalai, where you can snorkel off the beach...and frankly there's not much else to do there apart from beach life and walking to snake island and at night you can watch the stars.

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  • Ovalau Watersports

    Ovalau watersports has useful informtion on their website on how to get to Levuka, accommodation etc.This is also the place to go for booking activities

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  • Levuka sightseing

    Walk around the streets squeezed in between Beach street and the mountains. You don't need to know exactly what to look for. Everything of interest is marked with a Levuka Hetitage Site sign telling you what it is.

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Levuka Restaurants

  • Fresh fish food

    I only had dinner once here, but I liked it. The building dates from the XIX century. Fish was the dish I oredered, and I loved it.

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  • Delicious food!

    I loved the place, the atmosphere and the food! Sit in the tables facing the street and the sea. Fish and local dishes

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  • Nice view, nice food

    Plenty dishes to choose from. Nothing extraordinary about the food, just a good option for a meal with a nice view in Levuka. I had rice with vegetables and cashew nuts and a fruit drink. and came back for it a second time.

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Levuka Transportation

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    by treasurous Written May 23, 2007

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    Levuka is so small you'll walk around it by foot easily. If you ever need to take a taxi (which I did because I had things to carry and was late) it wont get expensive, as it's too small to drive far.

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Levuka Local Customs

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    by treasurous Written May 23, 2007

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    In Levuka people actually say hello or chat with you out of friendliness, not to coerce you into buying something. I was shocked to arrive to Nadi and discover that the same kind of small talk there was not with good intentions. If you have been in Nadi before you come here, don't worry when someone start chatting with you. If they ask you where you are from, it's because they are curious on where you are from. No one is gonna try and sell you something.

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