Waidroka Bay Resort

Deuba, Korovisilou, Coral Coast, Viti Levu, 323, Fiji | Resort
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This resort, located on Deuba, Korovisilou, is near Natadola Beach, Robinson Crusoe Island, Denerau Beach, and Navala Village.
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    Travel Blogs from Korovisilou

    Volunteering Opportunity

    A travel blog entry by lukemerriman on Sep 20, 2014

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    ... do such as swimming with manta rays. I learned a lot about the culture of Fiji and sustainable reef practices in particular. I definitely feel I now have a greater understanding of marine life in Fiji.

    This volunteer experience would be the perfect opportunity for a school group tour as it is educational, productive, fun, entertaining and makes a difference in the world. Students would ...


    A travel blog entry by missm2012 on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... My timing was perfect as I arrived the same day as the islands first ever full moon party which was a show of fire dancing, fireworks and partying by the pool. You can walk (or swim) around the island in twenty minutes- you watch the sun rise one side and then wander round to the other side to watch it set :) "When someone asks you what the time is, you answer 'it's Island Time!'" :D VINAKA FIJI!! (Thank you ...

    Turtle Suprise

    A travel blog entry by joanneandjean on May 23, 2014

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    ... world). As it is widely understood in the past there has been much friction between native Fijian’s and the Indian’s, brought here by the British (Bravo, yet another embarrassing aftermath **** up from home) to work on the sugarcane plantations. Now that the number of Indian’s approaches those of the natives, and more consequently, because these outsiders are in there 3rd generation on the Islands and are the proprietors of most of the local businesses ...

    Feejee Experience Day 1

    A travel blog entry by kvd1984 on May 12, 2014

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    ... with water into a large wooden communal bowl (or sometimes a plastic bucket, depending on what you have on hand). Simple preparation for a simple drink.kava plays a huge roll in Fiji's culture and day to day life. They drink it to get drunk but it really just relaxes you and makes you tired. This where I tried my first bowl of kava, let's just say it's an acquired taste a bit like muddy water with a bit of plant it's ok! It made me feel tired and needless to say we slept well that ...


    A travel blog entry by teamjenkins on Apr 06, 2014

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    ... the staff did an incredible traditional Fijian dance display in costume. As we had told them it was our honeymoon, we were dragged up in front and Charlie was given a lap-dance by a Fijian man wearing a skirt!

    We returned to Demarau marina where we had arranged a transfer South to the Coral Coast, and Mango Bay resort. We wanted to finish our trip with 5 days of surfing. The resort was a very chilled ‘flash-packers’ with huge ...