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Accommodation In Savusavu

The main industry in Savusavu is sugar cane, and you'll find that the locals are equally as sweet, and the activities on offer are pretty sweet too. Tourists often refer to this place as "Fiji's Hidden Paradise" or "Fiji's Best Kept Secret", and when you stay in one of our beachfront Savusavu hotels, you'll soon realise why.

Things to Do

Savusavu is best known for its geothermal hot springs, where you can see the local ladies cooking root vegetables on a late afternoon. If you're keen to cook some vegies in the same manner, head to Savusavu Market, which is an open air vegetable market where you can immerse yourself in the Fijian culture, snap a few photos and pick up some bargains. A great Savusavu souvenir to take back, is a string of black pearls, plucked right out of the nearby waters. There's a supermarket in town too, as well as some smaller specialty stores in the main street. There are also a couple of cafes and restaurants along this street, just in case you get hungry during your shopping expedition.

No visit to Savusavu would be complete without taking advantage of the water sports on offer. There's the opportunity to go sailing, scuba diving, snorkelling, kayaking and sports fishing. You can also go mountain biking in the area, or take a dip in the deep waters of the Nakama Creek. Another popular local landmark is the Copra Shed Marina, which incorporates the shed that was built in 1917 and which played a pivotal role in Fiji's coconut oil industry. Copra is still milled and traded in Savusavu today, but to a lesser extent than in the past.

Getting Here and Around

Fiji has two international airports and neither of them is on the island of Vanua Levu, which means you're going to have to catch a boat or ferry at some point. Where you catch that boat from is up to you, though. If you'd like to spend some time in Fiji's capital, you're best off flying in to Suva on one of these cheap flights. On the other hand, if you just want to jump aboard a boat and get over to Suvasuva as quickly as possible, you might prefer to catch one of these cheap flights to Nadi. Once you get off the boat, it's easy to ride around in taxis or minivans. Or, if you're feeling adventurous, wot about hiring a scooter?

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