Suva, the national capital, is about 55 miles (89 kilometers) west of Ngau, while Fiji is 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the west.
Consider using Ngau as a launch pad for further explorations. This much-loved region is home to numerous great cities, attractions and landscapes. Wakaya Island, 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the southeast, and Toberua Island, 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the east of Ngau are also well worth checking out.
Visitors with an interest in history will enjoy the region's fascinating traditional villages. If the weather means you don't want to be outside, spend some time in Fiji's art galleries and craft workshops.
See the Fiji area in a different way. Join the birds and try parasailing. If you love mixing with like-minded travelers, Ngau offers plenty of specialist tours such as guided nature walks.
Try typical Fiji meals or drinks so you can get to the heart of the local culture. Some of the many ingredients frequently used in this area are sweet potato and coconut. Favorite local menu items are kokodo (marinated raw fish) and palusami (steamed meat with coconut and taro leaves), but naturally there are many more interesting dishes on the menu. Mixed rootcrops dessert, is the perfect way to finish your meal. The restaurants in this region just about always serve Fiji Taki Beer, so be sure to try one if you love drinking beer. If you are feeling fearless, have a Bounty White Rum, a favorite drink in the region. To wrap up your meal, try a fresh tropical fruit juice. It is a common non-alcoholic beverage in this region.
As your time here draws to an end, spend what's left of your Fijian dollars on that last souvenir and say Ni sa moce to the characters you have met and the places you've enjoyed.