There are several beautiful birds on the island.There are red & green Parrot finches, orange-breasted honeyeaters, red avadovat, spotted turtle-doves, and many sea birds.You can also see pretty butterflies and flying foxes.The picture is of the reef herons on the beach looking for a meal.more
When we heard the beat of the lali drum, we knew it was time to come to the restaurant to eat.
The food was included in the price of our stay.
They served us 3 meals a day.
It was local food and very good.
After dinner we could sit around in a circle on the floor and drink Kava.
If you didn't wish to do that you could purchase drinks from the bar.
In the picture, the restaurant is covered with a blue tarp because of damage from the cyclone.
Favorite Dish: The last night there we ate outside under the stars and enjoyed the lova feast. The food for this feast is cooked in a pit in the ground.
The crew will meet you at the Lautoka's Neisau Narina daily except Sundays.
From there you will go by boat out to Wayesewa Island.
When it is time to leave they will take to back to Loutoka.
Everything on the island has to come from Viti Levu.
When the boat brings guests to the island, they also bring supplies.
Yes even in paradise, there are creepy things like spiders.
They were just palm spiders and not dangerous but scarey looking to me.
Luggage and bags:
Something easy to get on and off the boats.
Packpack or soft sided overnight type case.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Swimsuit, shorts, t-shirts, sarongs, and sandals.
IT IS VERY CASUAL HERE.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Be sure to bring everything that you may need.
Don't forget the sunscreen.
Photo Equipment: Bring film or memory card. There are none to buy there.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: An extra pair of shoes for hiking if you plan to do that.
Miscellaneous: You can buy a beer, a glass of wine, or a mixed drink. A soda of your choice but that is about all you can buy here.
There are trails/paths and guides that will take you on treks around the island.
Spectacular mountain-top views of the Yasawa Islands, villages and surrounding coral reefs. See the giant Wobbling Rock, Gorilla Head Rock, ancient village site, and village plantations.
Soon it was time to leave this little island that we loved and our ever smiling hosts.
We got back in the boat and headed back to Loutoka.
The ride was much smoother on the way back.
Fondest memory: We have never seen more gracious and friendly people as we met there.
It will be a lasting memory that we will cherish.