Resorts on Vanua Levu Island Fiji

Vanua Levu Island is the name of the second largest island in Fiji. It is much less populated than the main Fijian island and has a central mountain range that effectively divides the island into 2 sections, the wet south eastern part of the island and the dry north western part of the island.

Labasa on the north coast is the largest city on the island and is the main commercial centre, whilst Savusavu on the south east coast is the main port for all boats to and from Vanua Levu. There are airports in both of these major towns as well as a number of other airstrips dotted around the Vanua Levu island.

 

How to Get to Vanua Levu Island

To get to Vanua Levu Island you can either go by air or boat from the main island of Viti Levu. Flights leave from the Nadi International Airport twice daily to Savusavu, whilst flights from the Nausori International Airport in Suva operate twice daily to both Labasa and Savusavu. Flying is much quicker and provides excellent views, whilst travelling by boat is much slower. A number of shipping companies including Patterson Brothers Shipping, Consort Shipping and Beachcomber Cruises provide passenger ferry services to Vanua Levu from Suva, Lautoka, Ellington Wharf, Taveuni and Ovalau.

 

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