Kadavu Island, Fiji

Located 90 km south of Viti Levu, Kadavu Island is Fiji's fourth largest island and is made up of a number of smaller islands including Ono Island off Kadavu's eastern tip. The island features some of the most rugged terrain in the country and with few roads and a number of impressive mountains, has an authentic, unspoiled atmosphere and is best navigated by boat or ferry by people on holidays to fiji.

Kadavu Island Holiday Packages

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Region: Fiji › Kadavu

Kadavu Island Holidays

Kadavu has a tropical climate and its authentic island ambiance continues with its fantastic range of natural resources including its lush jungles, cascading waterfalls, tranquil bays, fringing coral reefs and dense mangroves. These stunning environments are also home to a vast array of wildlife including the renowned Kadavu musk parrot.

It's this beautiful, untouched natural environment that makes Kadavu a popular holiday destination, allowing you to enjoy a remote tropical island with all the holiday essentials within easy reach. It is thanks to this that Fiji's relaxing Kadavu Island is also a world leader in promoting environmental conservation and sustainable tourism. Therefore many of the island's accommodation options include eco lodges, environmentally friendly resorts and hotels which practice sustainability.

Offering such a secluded and exclusive Fiji holiday experience, Kadavu doesn't offer much in the way of restaurants except for the in-house dining venues in the various resorts. This keeps eating out while on holidays conveniently close to home. Many of the resorts also have partnerships with neighbouring traditional villages which give you the opportunity to visit these villages, take in the Fijian culture and sample a variety of traditional cuisine.

Kadavu's main attractions centre around the island's stunning natural landscape and rich culture with village tours, Meke nights and hikes some of the most popular ways to explore the island. You can also get back to nature with a wide range of water based activities including sea kayaking, game fishing, surfing, snorkelling and scuba diving. In fact, Kadavu is renowned for its diving with the world famous Astrolabe Reef just off the eastern side of the island as well as Naigoro Passage, Manta Reef, Soso Passage and Nacomoto Passage.

Completely relax and unwind in isolation in the uncommercialised natural beauty of Kadavu Island and experience the 'real Fiji'.