Naveria Heights Lodge

Naveria, Savusavu, Vanua Levu, Fiji | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on Naveria, Savusavu.
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    Travel Blogs from Savusavu

    On The RunThrough Fiji

    A travel blog entry by lambertry on Jul 06, 2014

    3 comments, 33 photos

    ... invites us to his home and we return the next day - Saturday – not realising this is the Sabbath day for them. Seventh Day Adventist are predominant in this area. We come to know his wife Elizabeth ,the little boy ( Isimili Jnr) and one of his elder sons, Sakusa.. They feed us home-cooked pancakes which are more like doughnuts. They invite the Deputy Principal of the school to attend our first visit so we all can be comfortable with communications. They ...

    Bula from Savusavu, Fiji

    A travel blog entry by aarkventure on Mar 15, 2014

    19 photos

    ... but there is also a head man who helps to run the village which is an elected position. The village we visited had a stunning waterfall, not bad for a back garden.

    We also learnt a lot about the process to make coconut oil. After buying some, we Googled it and found an article with 101 uses for it, some of which are rather interesting. Although I do think the woman who wrote it sounds like a slight nutter and must permanently smell of coconuts because she literally puts ...

    Our First Week in Savusavu

    A travel blog entry by dlake on Nov 18, 2013

    6 comments, 15 photos

    ... orange doves and massive fruit bats that fly overhead. I am working on getting pictures of the birds but realize a second career as a National Geographic photographer is not in the cards. I did get a pretty good picture of a fruit bat though.

    The beach is about a 10 minute walk from the house. We walk down to it just about every day. It is miles long and never has anyone on it. It is not a white sand beach with the greeny blue ...

    Day 51 - Viti Levu to Vanua Levu . . .

    A travel blog entry by scottiebigtrip on Sep 30, 2013

    4 photos

    ... it should be about $30 the hotel said, so I asked him to put the meter on (which they are suppose to use by law - I think I read somewhere) . . and then he said he would do it for $30 so we agreed. However at the airport we only had $50 note, which he walked off with . . . we moaned and got $10 change . . . but he refused to give us another $10 and lied about saying he said $40 not $30.

    Anyway the airport is tiny!!! We checked in the luggage went on a conveyor ...

    Cannibals and Clams

    A travel blog entry by gatogo on Jul 21, 2013

    11 comments, 21 photos

    ... through the reef was straight forward
    but I still get anxious in a narrow channel with less than 20-feet
    below the keels and breaking water on one side and a submerged reef
    on the other. We made our way to the village where we presented
    sevusevu to the chief and he walked us through a breeding and
    reintroduction program for the giant clams. It takes roughly 30 years for a half inch juvenile to grow into a 2 to 3 foot clam; if it ...