Our northern region includes the second and third largest islands – Vanua Levu, home to the towns of Savusavu, Labasa, and Taveuni as well as the smaller outer islands of Qamea and Matangi. The principal islands are primarily mountainous with extensive rain forests and fertile lands.
They are largely undeveloped and have a smaller tourism infrastructure. The region is home to over a dozen resorts and is easily accessible by plane or ferry.
Many of the properties are small and intimate and offer a chance to interact more closely with the people and culture. Deep reefs ring both principal islands and the area is generally acknowledged as one of the best for scuba diving in all of Fiji.