Vatulele Island Vacations
Suva, the national capital, is situated 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the northeast of Vatulele Island, while Nadi is 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the north.
Visiting this popular region can be an adventure, so set aside some time to take to the road and visit a few of the other fascinating natural and man-made attractions in the vicinity of Vatulele Island. Namatakula and Namaqumaqua are two other places worth seeing while you're in Fiji.
Get outside and make the most of Fiji's fascinating open-air markets. You'll find a few moments of tranquility in Fiji's temples.
Why not take the opportunity to relax and enjoy during fun activities such as shore fishing and beach combing. Both are well-loved options for both travelers and locals alike. Those searching for an adrenaline rush shouldn't miss the chance to test their limits by signing up for a horse riding or hiking adventure.
There is no better method to discover an area than tasting the local cuisine. Two of the region's key cooking ingredients are sweet potato and coconut. Don't end your stay in Vatulele Island without trying out kokodo (marinated raw fish) or palusami (steamed meat with coconut and taro leaves). Mixed rootcrops dessert is a great choice to round out any Fiji food experience. Find somewhere to relax and try Fiji Taki Beer, a popular beer in Fiji. Bounty White Rum is a commonly consumed local spirit. It is a good way to round out up your meal. Visitors who never drink alcoholic beverages will want to try fresh tropical fruit juice, a beloved drink in Fiji.
When it is time to depart from Vatulele Island, use the last of your Fijian dollars on last minute keepsakes and bid a fond Ni sa moce (farewell).