J Hunter Pearls Farm Tour

FROM THE RAINFOREST TO THE REEF

Savusavu offers a full range of things to do during your stay, from participating in active sports to watching the local boys play rugby, from tours and shopping to soaking up the sun and reading, Savusavu has it all. Scuba diving, kayaking, snorkeling, mountain bikes, swimming, golf, tennis, sailing, fishing, overnight yacht charters, trekking, easy hikes to waterfalls, rainforests & streams will satisfy the active visitor.

COPRA SHED MARINA
COPRA SHED MARINA
The Copra Shed Marina has 8 stern-to wharf berths for vessels up to 20 metres. Water and electricity are available at the marina berths. Seventeen moorings are available for vessels of varying sizes. Services for yachts within the complex include hot showers, toilets, laundry, internet office, telephone, waste oil and garbage disposal.
J HUNTER PEARL FARM TOUR
J HUNTER PEARL FARM TOUR
On this 40 minute cruise, you will see pearl oysters at different stages of growth, suspended on 200 metre long lines that run 3 – 5 metres below the ocean’s surface. The boat also comes alongside one of the cleaning platforms where you can observe farm workers cleaning and checking on the health of juvenile and adult oysters.
ABOARD A DREAM
ABOARD A DREAM
Experience the difference and charter us for diving - surfing - snorkeling - remote area visits and island hopping. We tailor every trip individually for the adventurous traveler to explore Fiji off the beaten tracks. MV. Tatadra caters for up to 6 guests overnight and 13 for day cruises. Visit Namena Marine park on a overnight charter.
Namena Divers
Namena Divers
We are the one!! The only dive centre that takes you to the famous 'Namena Marine Reserve, Somosomo Straits and the Hammehead Shark Dive at Dream House'. With literally easy access to Fiji's top dive destinations, our location makes planning your diving holiday a breeze.

There are less strenuous activities that include visits to a spa for a relaxing massage, village tours, shopping in town for fabrics and handicrafts, a trip to the open air market, sampling some of the local restaurants or just reading by the pool or the sea. In Savusavu your days can be as full as you’d like and it’s easy to book activities through independent operators, your hotel or resort.

There is always something to do in Savusavu.
For the budget conscious, or those who just like to “go it on their own”, buses from Savusavu will take you from town over the mountains to Labasa or up the coastal road heading east to Buca Bay. Viewing the scenery while rumbling along in an open air bus is a day’s adventure, just be sure to ask the driver what time the bus returns to Savusavu.

Nightlife in Savusavu tends to be on the quiet side. There are a number of restaurants in town offering Chinese, Indian curries, island-style and mixed continental menus. Or you can grab a pizza or sandwich at the Copra Shed and sit on the dock overlooking the harbour. The Savusavu Yacht Club and Wai Tui Club are gathering places for locals and visitors. Most Friday nights the Hot Springs Hotel hosts a dance that brings out young and old to dance the night away to a live band or DJ. The hotels and resorts in the area offer fine dining and evening entertainment to their guests.
sunset in my hamock

In Savusavu you can do it all or just relax under the trees in a hammock. To book tours or plan your activities, see your hotel or resort front desk, or contact any of the independent operators on the left for pricing, availability and booking.

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