The rich history of the Lomaiviti Islands can be seen in the quaint colonial buildings and fascinating historical sites and it's this lack of commercial development and charming atmosphere that make the islands such a popular destination for a relaxing Fiji holiday. Accommodation in the Lomaiviti Islands is spread across a number of the islands, and each offers its own unique experience and range of facilities. To keep the islands beautiful, the shopping, dining and facility options are generally confined to the resorts which offers both convenience and environmental sensitivity.
Made up of 9 volcanic islands to the east of Viti Levu, the Lomaiviti Islands rest in the Koro Sea and offer natural beauty unspoilt by commercial development. The larger, main islands in the group include Ovalau, Koro, Gau, Nairai, Makogai, Batiki, Moturiki, Yanuca Levu and lifestyle island of the rich and famous, Wakaya.
Aside for its stunning landscapes and tranquil atmosphere, the other main attractions of the Lomaiviti Islands are the adventure activities on offer. At the top of this list is scuba diving as the islands offer a colourful range of reef systems scattered across 411 sq km of ocean however because of the remote location, these reefs have not been intensively dived leaving you to discover their beauty in peace.
A number of dive companies operate out of the resorts and provide diving expeditions for all skill levels across the islands as well as liveaboard diving in Nai'a which gives unprecedented access to the beautiful and remote reefs. Another popular attraction is Namenalala Island, a lizard-shaped island in the north east which features a beautiful encircling reef.
Easily accessed from Fiji's capital city, Suva, the Lomaiviti Islands are the ideal holiday destination for unspoilt beauty, picture perfect diving, a relaxing getaway and an authentic tropical island experience.