Wa­ter­fall tours in Fiji

Walking New Zealand - - Walk Talk -

Vo­livoli Beach Re­sort in the north of Fiji’s main is­land of Vitu Levu is aim­ing to open new lux­ury ocean front vil­las later this month. The de­vel­op­ment fol­lows a re­cently opened two-bed­room fam­ily villa and the launch of a new Na­bal­asere Wa­ter­fall day ex­cur­sion from the re­sort. The new lux­ury vil­las will take up to a fam­ily of five and have two bed­rooms with en­suites, pri­vate swim­ming pools and beach ac­cess with large out­side pa­tio ar­eas. Mean­time, the new wa­ter­fall tour takes vis­i­tors into what is re­garded as one of the pret­ti­est and re­mote vil­lages in Fiji – with each build­ing painted in the same match­ing shade of mint green. Na­bal­asere is also home to the large Savulelele Wa­ter­fall, found within the newly launched Na­bal­asere Eco­tourism For­est Park. Vo­livoli’s in-house tour op­er­a­tor, Soni’s Tours, takes small groups to this wa­ter­fall with 24 hours prior no­tice. The trek to the wa­ter­fall is one kilo­me­tre, mod­er­ately steep and rocky and takes around 30 min­utes. Email nick@vo­livoli.com

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