Located on the beach, this resort is in Ono Island, within the vicinity of Waisalima Beach.
Suva, the national capital, is situated 45 miles (72 kilometers) north of Dravuni Island, while Fiji is 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the northwest.
Vacationing in this popular region can be an adventure, so why not take a road trip and uncover a few of the other fabulous destinations around Dravuni Island. Waisalima Beach, is 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the northeast, while Kadavu Island can be found 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the northeast.
To experience the spiritual life of Dravuni Island, why not visit the region's temples. An excellent way to develop an understanding for a place is by learning about its history. While in Fiji, be sure to see the area's traditional villages.
Take some time out from sightseeing and spend a few relaxing hours water skiing or wind surfing. If you are not the type of traveler to take a break simply to put your feet up, the Dravuni Island area offers plenty of outdoor-adventure pursuits like horse riding and hiking.
Experience the culinary arts of Fiji by trying out local food. Ingredients you'll find in many Fiji dishes are sweet potato and coconut. Do as the locals do and try kokodo (marinated raw fish) or palusami (steamed meat with coconut and taro leaves). Fiji desserts such as mixed rootcrops dessert are also a good thing to try. If exploring the wonderful world of beer is your thing, be sure to try. While you are here. This is one of the region's most beloved beers. To try something a little different try out Bounty White Rum, a regional spirit. Enjoy one of the more common beverages in the region; fresh tropical fruit juice.
When it is time to pack your suitcase and say "Ni sa moce", you'll take with you plenty of memories of your time here.