Property type: villa
Meals: Guests provide their own meals
Floor area: 1400 sq. ft.
Location type: Beach View Beachfront, Ocean View Oceanfront
Theme: Away from it all, adventure, family, romantic, sports and activities, tourist attractions
General: Hair dryer, internet, iron and board, linens provided, living room, parking, telephone, towels provided, washing machine
Kitchen: Coffee maker, dishes and utensils, kitchen, microwave, oven, pantry items, refrigerator, stove, toast
Bathroom: 1 bathroom, toilet, shower, outdoor shower
Bedrooms: 2 bedrooms, sleeps 4, one king and one queen, french doors, ceiling fans
Entertainment: Books, DVD player, music library, television, video library
Outside: Deck/patio, kayak/canoe, lanai/gazebo, lawn/garden, outdoor grill, water sports gear
Suitability: Events allowed, minimum age limit for renters, children welcome, non smoking only
Pool/spa: Private pool
Onsite services: Massage, private chef
Attractions: churches, rain forests, reefs, restaurants, waterfalls
Leisure activities: Beachcombing, bird watching, eco tourism, horseback riding, photography, scenic drives, sight seeing, walking, whale watching
Local services and businesses: Babysitter, groceries, hospital, massage therapist
Sports and adventure activities: deepsea fishing, fishing, hiking, mountain climbing, sailing, scuba diving or snorkeling, surf fishing, surfing, swimming
Notes:The housekeeper is available to cook dinners for our guests. The cost of meals is not included in the rental and will be the responsibility of the guest.
$250 a night
Waitabu Marine Park Snorkeling Tour
You’ll experience beautiful white sand beaches, fantastic snorkeling, which you will sail to on a traditional Fijian bilibili (bamboo) raft, followed by tea and snacks and village music. All accompanied by trained Fijian guides. Two tour options are available at $50.00 and $75.00 FJD. Dates and times are dependent upon tidal schedules. Please be sure to cover your shoulder and knees while in the village and remove your hat and sunglasses. Call 820-1999 for reservations.
Pearl Farm Tour
Tour an actual producing pearl farm. See how pearls are seeded and cared for to create these exquisite gems. Snorkeling tours will be available once damage from Cyclone Winston is remediated. Call 888-2789 for more information.
Approximately 30 minutes by taxi. This natural waterslide is a picturesque spot, secluded and fun to explore. The slide is a little tricky but worth the ride for the adventurous type. Wear some old shorts as they may get damaged by the rocks. You can easily combine this trip with the one to the Wairiki Mission.
Bird Watching at Nabogiono Farms
Taveuni is host to nearly all of the birds found in Fiji. Nabagiono Farms is located approximately 1.5 hours down the coast. bobby owner and tour guide is a nature lover and will guide you through the jungle and treat you with his knowledge of plants, orchids and Taveuni bird life. Many experts describe it as a memorable experience. In particular you should to try to catch sight of the Orange Breasted Dove and the Silktail, found nowhere else in the world. The entire trip takes 5 to 6 hours. Call Bobby @888-3677 or 923-8612.
The small island of Graden Island Resort has great snorkeling and a wonderful beach with white sand. Dolphins are often seen just off the beach. Many guests take a picnic lunch, snorkel and spend the rest of the time relaxing on the beach. Garden Island runs several boats a day to the island.
It is first proper to ask the village Chief to tour his village. Vine can take care of getting permission for you. You will need a taxi to take you to Wiwi. Fijians love to have their picture taken so don’t forget to have your camera with you. The children love candy, and bags of small hard candies are available in the shops just down the road if you would like to purchase one. Proper etiquette dictates that you remove your hat and sunglasses when you enter a Fijian village. Ladies need to have their knees covered, so be sure to wear pants, a skirt, or sulu. No one should have bare shoulders, not point or touch a villager on the head. The head is the most sacred part of the body to a Fijian so please respect this. You really should visit at least one village during your stay. It’s an experience not to be missed! We would recommend also including a lovo, meke and kava ceremony also, which are described on a separate page. Vinna will be happy to arrange everything for you!
The Rainbow Reef is commonly recognized as the soft coral capital of the world! Dedicated divers come from everywhere on the globe to experience the magnificent and exhilarating dive sites such as the famed Great White Wall, Fish Factory, Rainbow Passage and Cabbage Patch to name just a few. We recommend Nakia Dive owned and operated by Julie Kelly. We have been told many times by much more experienced divers than us that Julie operates the most professional dive operation they have every used. She is who we became certified with and we can personally attest to her patience, professionalism and skill. If you are not a diver, they also offer snorkel trips that go out with the dive trips. A great option for families who have some members who scuba dive and some that do not. Prices and offers for Nakia Dive are located in the brochure book at Vale Sekoula.
Chartered fishing trip. Fishing poles and lures provided, or try traditional Fijian hand line fishing if you prefer. Catch Walu, Sanka, Tuna, Red Snapper, and a variety of other ocean fish. Ask Vinna for more details and for reservations.