Kadavu is one of the largest islands of the Kadavu Group and home to the “Great Astrolabe Reef”. Just like most islands in Fiji, Kadavu is an off the beaten track island, rugged by mountainous terrain coupled with pristine beaches and secluded bays making it the perfect holiday destination for those looking to experience the true Fijian culture. The island is home to just one town and very few roads which will help you totally escape the modern life and experience Fiji’s natural beauty.
Completely unspoiled, the island’s coast is world renowned for diving adventures and plenty to see and do on the island including rainforests, bird watching and guided sea-kayaking tours. While getting around the island is an adventure, it’s worth it as you will get to experience a tranquil, untouched and serene island way of life.
Kadavu is a very remote island which equals to nothing to do in the evenings apart from visiting the resort’s restaurant or bar. The perfect place for those looking to get away from it all, are happy with their own company or enjoy meeting other travellers. Occasionally the school kids come to the resort to do a “Meke” when fundraising for the school.
Your Ultimate Fiji package will include all your meals in Kadavu but just to give you an idea of additional costs at the Matava Resort the average cost for a bottle of wine is between $45.00 and $60.00 (£15 -£20), beers between $8.00 and $12.00 (£3 – £5), soft drinks around $5.00 (£1.5 – £2) and spirits and cocktails between $12.00 and $18.00 (£5 – £7). Internet is also available but at an extra cost, the current rate is $15.00 (£6) for 1 hour of internet. You may want to buy a day pass for $45.00 (£17) or 7 days for $100.00 (£36). Please note that prices stated are only an estimate and can change from time to time. The above values are stated in Fijian dollars.
Getting to Kadavu could not be easier as Pacific Sun offers regular flights from Nadi and Nausori Airport just out of Suva. For those who want to experience inter island travel as the locals do, there is (an unreliable ferry) that departs from Walu Bay, Suva on Tuesday evenings which travels to Vunisea in Kavala Bay then back to Suva around 2pm the following day.
Fiji is a year round destination with the most popular time to visit being during the peak season from July through to September when the weather is pleasant and slightly cooler compared to the rest of the year.
Fiji has two major seasons, the dry season from June to October and the wet season from November to April.
|Internal Flights & Luggage||There are flights from Nadi and Nausori with Pacific Sun to Kadavu on a regular basis. When flying between islands with Pacific Sun you are allowed 20KG hold luggage and 1 piece of hand luggage. Please note that some of the island hopper planes are very small therefore extra luggage is not allowed. Please also be advised that when checking in you will be required to step onto the scales with your hand luggage.|
|Transfer Information||Our packages include transfers on arrival and departure day. On arrival you will be met by one of our representatives and transferred to the resort. Transfer times are as follows:
If you are looking to make the most of your time in Fiji then combine your stay in this region with a twin centre diving holiday in Pacific Harbour for more fun and adventure.
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