Naviti Resort

Address: Queens Road, Korolevu, Vanua Levu, Fiji | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on Queens Road, Korolevu.
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          • Beach
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsNaviti Resort Korolevu

          Reviewed by sophie1992

          fantastic island getaway

          Reviewed Jan 17, 2012
          by (1 review) Emerald , Australia Flag of Australia

          Our stay at Naviti was awesome, it exceeded our expectations by a mile.
          There is a village literally right next door to the resort which gave us a chance to really get amongst Fijian culture. Locals would invite us to their place for a bonfire or for kava. Everyone in the village and at the Naviti are super friendly and helpful. Although an all-inclusive style holiday is not what i usually go for, it truly was fantastic.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by georgette-kevin

          Naviti Resort

          Reviewed Dec 30, 2011
          by (4 reviews) Canberra , Australia Flag of Australia

          Great service and staff. Free upgrade to ocean view room when obnoxious and incrdeibly noisy family moved in upstairs. Lots of activities espeically for children. Lovely lay out, comfortable rooms.
          Only negative was the food....all buffets were bland and over cooked. But the a la carte restaurant and the chinese were the opposite, tasty and fresh. All inclusive deal worth while as drinks etc quite expensive and no where else to go besides the resort.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Historical Traveler Reviews Naviti Resort Korolevu

          Best holiday yet


          Staying at the Naviti gave my family and I a great representation of Fiji and it's people. Everyone you walked by would give no hesitation in saying the traditional greeting, bula. We will gladly visit The Naviti again next year.

          Perfect break


          We ( hubby, myself and 2 teenage kids) spent the best holiday ever at the Naviti. The all-inclusive package is the way to go. The food is excellent with a choice of 4 restaraunts serving buffet or a-la-carte and a seperate kids dinner hour. Our young teens thought it was "way cool" as there are plenty of activities to keep the young ones amused and out of your hair. Apart from bedtime we saw ours occasionally at meal times, for the odd trip and if they needed more change for the games in the kids room. There was TV in our room but we only turned it on a couple of times for the news/weather. The rooms are clean and well serviced but the water pressure in the showers can drop however it is still adequate. Although they are building a new wing we found this had no impact on our stay at all with the noise at a very low level. The staff at the Naviti are fantastic, always smiling and friendly, and nothing is to much trouble. They certainly know how to make sure you have a great time. The evening entertainment is great to, starting with childrens activities and then something for the older members of the family. The Salusalu lounge is a great place to sit and enjoy the view out to sea while relaxing with a drink.

          We will definatly be going back.

          Thougt we would never get there


          had a great time in this resort but they are building a new wing but work is not obtrusive.

          good range of places to eat but food average,

          check out the buffet meal in wasawas restaurant good price on all you can eat at least 11/2 hours from airport with no signs for hotel,road very dark with no traffic or lights at night

          if hiring a car from airport stay on the road to suva, hotel on right

          we visited the waterfall took the car to the garden at the top of road woman charged us 10.00 to park car but provided her two young sons to show us the way would not have found it otherwise you have to cross a small river about 11 times and is a good 1 hour walk to the falls.go early as it gets very dark quickly

          if you ask locals the way triple time and distance from what they tell you

          have a great holiday

          Been there & going again


          We have been to the Naviti Resort twice with family & friends. We are happy to have booked again for June this year - that is, June,2005.

          Naviti - Great Value


          We stayed at the Naviti Resort in Fiji for 5 nights with their all inclusive Package. This included 5 nights accommodation, all you can eat and all you can drink (local beer, wines, spirits and non-alcohol drinks). We found this exceptional value. There are 4 restaurants to choose from, a 9 hole golf course, water sport activities, tours of the local village and numerous other tours and activities that can be organised through the travel desk. All the staff were exeptionally friendly, the food was 5 star plus and the accommodation clean. The only negative was the room was very dimm, would suggest stronger voltage bulbs in the rooms.

          An ideal resort for everyone, with a childrens room and entertainment, shows after dinner for the adults and a great time held by all.

          If booking in for a stay at the Naviti, try to time your travel to not include the overnight stay in Nadi as we found the motel in Nadi to be of a very poor quality.

          The Best Holiday Ever!


          I just returned from Fiji this afternoon and I have spent the past 7 nights at the Naviti resort. Let me say that my friend and I had the best time there, the staff were extremely friendly and although on some websites it may state that there is no television, on our second day there, they installed one in our room. (not that you go on holidays to watch television, but it's good to keep posted with the news etc)

          The beach is lovely, and they have their own mini island where during the day, the tide comes in so you can kayak, swim or snorkel over to it, but during the evening the tide goes out so you can literally walk over the sand to the island itself. At night they put a massive spotlight over it so you can sit in the entertainment bure and it makes a picturesque backdrop to look at whilst kicking back.

          The evening activities are great fun, where you can go in a beer drinking comp, play bingo, watch a meke show or a polynesian show (depending on what day it is) - all for free!

          There are various water and land activities to do such as pool volleyball, archery, windsurfing and there are various demonstrations such as basket weaving to watch.

          Check out the local handicraft shed just past the water activities shed as the Fijian ladies there are warm and friendly and not only do they sell various wooden souviners, but they they also do fantastic massages, hair beading and nail art for your hands and toes and are cheaper than the resort beauty parlour.

          I would highly recommend this resort to anyone whether they are single, a couple or a family, as it is all inclusive with breakfast, lunch and dinner. The cocktails if you are on an all inclusive package are only five dollars where some of the other resorts charge you four times the price and only include your breakfast meal free of charge.

          The grounds are spectacular with lush tropical flowers, ponds, fountains and whether you have an ocean or a garden view, the landscaping is something that you wish you could wake up to for the rest of your life.

          They are currently doing extensions at the resort which means that around mid 2006 there will be extra rooms and an extra pool available to use there as well.

          The only fault I would give this place, is the water pressure in their showers (very weak if you like a strong flow).

          Bear in mind that it is a 90 minute bus ride from Nadi airport to this resort and depending on how many drop offs there are to other hotels before the Naviti, it can take a little longer to get there (but well worth the wait when you arrive and see what this resort looks like!)

          We found that there wasn't any mobile range at this resort, so basically if you want to make any phone calls, you will have to do it on your room phone which costs a fortune (my friend made a three minute phone call to Australia and was charged roughly thirteen dollars), or wait till you get to Sigatoka if you do a shopping tour to do sms's on your mobile to your friends and relatives back home.

          Remember to greet everyone with 'Bula' which is the Fijian way of saying hello and also remember that once you are there you are officially on 'Fijian time' which means that when they say it will be ready at 9.00, it means ten mintues later than that! ... no one is in a rush, and neither should you for you are on holidays :)

          Been there , loved it.


          We have been to Naviti twice now and are going again in June 2005.

          Loved every time. Good food & grog included in the inclusive price.

          The staff are extremely obliging & friendly. A great holiday especially for families. We went with our grand kids.

          Loved the Naviti


          I spent 10 beautiful days in the Naviti Resort in September/October. The weather was beautiful, but what made the holiday special was the hospitable and wonderful native Fijians. They are without doubt the nicest people I have ever met. They certainly taught me humility.

          I certainly would recommend this beautiful place to anyone, for economy, good service, great food, beautiful weather and most of all the beautiful Fijian people.

          Great Value


          The Naviti resort was a value packed Holiday, we had the all inclusive pack which included meals, drinks & free activites.

          We enjoyed the activites of the resort, the staff being friendly and the place is family orintated.

          Would recomend the all inclusive as once you order two meals and a couple of drinks, this covers the cost.

          Night time shows were great and the people all very friendly we even had the opertunity to watch the local rugby final which for a Victorian was different.

          The tour into sigatoka is a give or take as most products can be purchase eiter at the naviti or the Warrick (which has a free interconecting bus between both resorts) and I would suggest avoiding the Market area of Sigatoka as the vendors were very agressive sellers

          Naviti Resort - Fiji


          My sister and I have just returned from a 4 night stay at the Naviti Resort in Korolevu on the Viti Levu Island, about a 90 minute drive from the Nadi airport. The resort has excellent facilities and is located on a beautiful waterfront. The entire staff were most welcoming and nothing was too much trouble. It is a perfect place to put all your troubles behind you. As with all holidays, they are what you make them! The staff and local villagers went out of their way to ensure that we experienced the best of their region. The Fijian people are warm and loving and open their homes and hearts to their guests. This made our experience even more special and as two females, we never felt unsafe - rather - we were treated like queens and were very well looked after. A trip through the jungle to the waterfall for swimming and sampling some traditional food cooked in the lovo was sheer magic. Drinking kava with the villagers after work of an evening was a privilage and an experience which we will treasure forever. Even if you have never snorkelled, you will be able to view the marine life just by walking into the ocean at low tide. Children are very welcome at the resort and for those parents who want some time to themselves, the beautiful women who babysit are fantastic with the kids. We thoroughly recommend everyone to visit Fiji and in particular, to meet up with our friends at the Naviti Resort.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Naviti Resort Korolevu

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Korolevu


          A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Jun 05, 2015

          1 comment, 13 photos

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          We did it!

          A travel blog entry by didididit on Jul 10, 2014

          11 photos

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