Home to one of the best dive sites in Fiji, the southern and eastern sides of Kadavu are surrounded by the Great Astrolabe Reef. Stretching for over 100km, the rich ocean currents bring a wide variety of marine life. Watch manta rays at cleaning stations, schools of barracuda zooming through the water, and explore the pristine and colourful corals for which Fiji is most famous for.
Back on land explore fantastic hiking trails winding up into the peaks of the jungle, taking the time to watch the birds flit through the trees. Try to spot the three indigenous species as you walk to one of the several waterfalls on the island. Don't forget your swimsuit as the falls are perfect for a quick dip – and truly beautiful.
Surfers flock to Cape Washington for some of the best waves on Kadavu. Try your skills on some wicked waves, in the shade of the full glory of the extinct volcano Nabuhulevu. If you're looking for something more sedate, rent a sea kayak and explore this lovely slice of Fiji's coast from the water without the waves.
On this island you won't find bright lights and discotheques, so there’s no need to pack your party gear. There are a handful of nice places to eat outside of resort restaurants, but for shopaholics your best bet is to get your souvenirs when you're back in Nadi or Suva. Kadavu is the place for relaxing on the beach and soaking up the raw beauty of nature. So get in and book from our range of Kadavu accommodation and some cheap flights to Fiji!
Hotels in Kadavu Island start at AU$387 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.