Waisalima Beach Resort & Dive Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWaisalima Beach Resort & Dive Centre Kadavu Island
I am a solo traveller and decided to stay at Waisalima Beach Resort & Dive Centre on my recent stay in Fiji.
Had an excellent time. Great food, great staff and excellent snorkelling. I'm not a diver so just stayed in the shallows mainly but the Great Astrolabe Reef is fantastic.
Some of the most unspoiled reefs I've ever seen and there are fish everywhere!
Although the accommodation is quite basic, the food was excellent, the staff were friendly and if you're looking for a quiet place to relax and get away from it all then this is the place to do it.
The beach is nice though its only visible at low-tide since its a tidal area though the traditional bure I stayed in was right next to the beach.
Very relaxing and overall enjoyable. Highly recommended to anyone wanting a quiet getaway.
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... of flip cup with beer. Smashed it. We were a little held back by some older women that didn’t know what was going on. Two women were like, “WE’RE WITH TWO PEOPLE WITH CELIAC’S DISEASE, THEY CAN’T DRINK BEER!”… Jacqui the bartender was like, “ma’am, it’s a game… you don’t have to drink the beer.”
Next up was the Piano bar to see Stryker the pianist rock things out. Felt really ...
Once again, we sailed to a small island with few inhabitants and had the entire place to ourselves. We wondered about the impact of hundreds of people descending upon such a small and fragile island. A quiet Fijian Sunday suddenly becoming a frenzy of activity, with boatloads of people arriving, walking through their village, crowding their beaches, walking their footpaths. Possibly only in a place like Fiji, where the people are so incredibly friendly and warm ...
... ever. The visibility is crystal and vast coral canyons and mountains are like piles and piles of colourful cupcakes at a baby shower. The reef is teeming with fish, but they are simply a decoration on the incredible back drop and are so numerous that you almost don't see them. I've seen sharks pop up through the crevices between coral chased up by the divers and I've frightened turtles bobbing on the reef top down to see them in return.
The dive boat feels like a ...
... Craig baked them in coconut milk and spices and shared with Cy and his wife on the boat. We left the next morning as the weather was set to be windy and rainy and we headed for a more protected anchorage.
We sat out the blow with two other boats, one of which we spent the next month cruising and diving with. It was nice to be traveling with another boat again and they love the water and diving as much as we do. When the winds ...
... gave us a white knuckle boat ride back to base, not good for Colin's back!! Later Kay went to visit the village school on the next island where several of the staff live with their families, the children were so excited to have visitors and swamped us greeting us with Bula and dozens of questions about where we came from. So enthusiastic. The ladies showed us their craft ware, beads, weaving and woodwork, needless to say we bought ...