Toberua Island Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsToberua Island Resort
So relaxing and such a private little island to getaway..
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Had the most amazing time in Fiji and met the most amazing people along the way. Day one we stopped in "The First Landing Resort" which was so much more beautiful than I had imagined... Staff were beautiful and when sat down having dinner, played Fijian acoustic songs for everyone. Day two went on the captain cook cruises to the island of Tivua... …
... the wharf & met some local kids, they were so lovely & told us about another shopping centre about a 2min walk away. After leaving the market another big shopping mall appeared in front of our faces, again consisting of 4 stories. We spend some money in those shops! & then agreed we should go back to the original mall as we still liked things that we wanted back there. After the shopping we were both feeling tired, so ...
... nine am. It had been raining, but had stopped. So it was very humid but it was still overcast so it was not brutal. We walked through the town meeting many of the local who greeted us with a hearty ‘BULA” which means hello or welcome. The trees are abundant and very beautiful with many flamboyants in full bloom. We walked about a mile to Jack’s ...
... 170 islands, only 40 inhabited, Tonga is untouched and largely undiscovered. The kingdom of Tonga is perched just east of the International Date Line. Nuku'alofa is located on Tonga's largest island, Tongatapu, with over two thirds of the country's population.
We are heading out to see the Blow Holes along the west coast and we see the rock formations, where the seawater funnels through natural tunnels cut in the rock, shooting upward on fountains as high as 60 ...
... trees under water and a whole bunch hanging over the river at all angles. At one point there was barely any clearance, we all had to crouch down into the boat so we didn't get clothes lined. Weaving through the trees we eventually popped out where the river empties into the ocean. The first group was already there waiting with Jim.
We drove maybe ten minutes before we were at Uprising Resort. This place was top notch, we could see why there ...