Discover the rich history of the Lomaiviti Islands in the quaint colonial buildings and fascinating historical sites which dot the islands. It’s this lack of commercial development and local atmosphere that contribute to the island group’s appeal, making this a destination that epitomises the relaxing Fijian holiday.
Made up of 9 volcanic islands to the east of Viti Levu, the Lomaiviti Islands rest in the Koro Sea and offer a natural beauty unspoiled by urban expansion. The larger, main islands in the group include Ovalau, Koro, Gau, Nairai, Makogai, Batiki, Moturiki, Yanuca Levu and the lifestyle island of the rich and famous, Wakaya.
Amidst the stunning landscapes and peaceful ambiance, the Lomaiviti Islands offer a range of adventure activities designed to entertain. Offering everything from snorkelling to secret waterfalls and jungle treks, it’s the out-of-this-world scuba diving that draws the visitors. Spanning 411 sq/km, kaleidoscopic reef systems offer a world of beauty to discover in peace.
A number of dive companies operate out of the island resorts and provide diving expeditions for people of all skill levels. Liveaboard diving is also available in Nai’a, allowing visitors unprecedented access to the beautiful remote reefs. Namenalala Island, a lizard-shaped mass in the north-east, is also a popular site for its beautiful encircling reef.
Not a tourist hub, accommodation in the Lomaiviti Islands focus on ensuring a comfortable stay among the regions stunning natural environment. Spread across the islands, each hotel and resort offers a unique experience and diverse range of facilities. To ensure the islands retain their unspoiled beauty, the dining, shopping and relaxation facilities are confined to the resorts. As a result, visitors enjoy the convenience of onsite services among untouched landscapes free from excessive commercial development.
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The Lomaiviti Islands are known as the 'Big Fish' capital of Fiji where Trevally have been found to grow to an enormous 50g. It is also the location of Fiji's first UNESCO world heritage listing, granted in 2013.