Koro Sun Resort And Rainforest Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Koro Sun Resort And Rainforest Spa Savusavu
Travel Blogs from Savusavu
... off shore, which belongs to the village. Rafa, our Fijian tour guide, took us out there on a boat - we saw a sting ray! The water was so crystal clear it was like something out of a film! We spent the morning walking round the island, spotting lots of crabs and jumping fish in all of the little rock pools. We then went snorkelling just off the island. Best snorkelling I've ever done - even better than the ...
... resort and we invited everyone to it. Subash manned the BBQ whilst we all ate and drank to our hearts content. The Dutch family who have joined us are lovely. They bought me a present and sang happy birthday in English and in Dutch. They're coming to the end of their week her but have got an exciting 5 months of travelling in front of them while we are coming to the end of our journey... We all danced until the small hours, the coming of the rain sent us all indoors where ...
... and cook their food. Savusavu has beautiful natural harbour in which numerous yachts moor, the scenery is outstanding. After three days at the hotel we headed to Korevsi Villas for 7 nights in a self catering apartment. Mario & Tatjana own and manage three units/villas and were the most helpful, thoughtful hosts anyone could want. Our apartment was called the pool apartment (for obvious reasons) it was lovely to cook for ...
... prepared by Abraham. I could definitely get used to having a personal chef! After dinner came my favourite part- kava drinking (ancient drink made from kava root and is thought to relax you “like a valium”) and singing together. We learned a little bit of Fijian folk music and sang songs like Bob Marley and the Eagles too. What a perfect end to the evening.
We have a lot to look forward to tomorrow- ...
... to Fiji in the short time that we were there. It’s such a vibrant, welcoming place with a beauty that was so different to any of the other islands we had been to. All that and the friendly people have sent it close to the top of our list of favourite countries on the trip. But it was time to go, and we boarded our tiny aeroplane back to Nadi, where we spent one night on the mainland, with one last dinner and a beer on the beach. The perfect way to end our island hopping ...