Royal Davui Island Resort
Travel Blogs from Royal Davui Island
Was such a great island/resort. The people are friendly and always smiling.
We went snorkelling, drank kava, visited a church, visited a village and were even invited to a wedding.
... so small you could walk it in 20 mins,it was just beach sea and greenery. The only way off the island was by boat and the electric went off at 12.00am so going to the outside loo was always a bit scary.
We had an amazing time on Robinson Crusoe Island, its just beautiful and the Fijians made us feel so welcome.
Monday July 29th - Friday 2nd August 2013
It's by sheer luck that I visited Fiji. I was always going to New Zealand after the States but I wasn’t able to get a direct flight from Hawaii to Auckland so my journey involved a stopover here. Originally it was a one night stay but Jeremy, my correspondent at the travel company I booked with, convinced me I should stay longer. And so I did, for four days of utter paradise. For this, Jeremy ...
The hotel where we are staying is absolutely beautiful and the weather faultless - such a shame the level of service is not up to the same high standard. Having been put in rooms a long way apart from each other yesterday, we had a sleepless night in our room because once the band had finished playing covers at 1000 decibels in the ...
For those of you who bothered to read on, thank you and bula!
Our third day in Fiji saw us change our destination. Little geography lesson for you all: there are two main groups of islands off the coast of Vitu Levu called the Yasawas and the Mamanucas. You can island hop all around them. We went to a stunning island called Manta Ray Island, in the Yasawas. Words cannot describe how perfect this place is. But, we will try.
After a three hour catamaran ride ...