Welcome to Wananavu Beach Resort. A wealth of leisure activities awaits you at the resort. Explore the beautiful coral reef teeming with marine life, enjoy a picnic on an island postcard location or experience a real Fiji adventure with a village tour. You can enjoy a spot of leisure fishing or for the more serious minded looking to land the “big one” a charter boat is available. Enjoy the magic of the North on the Sun Coast!
All activities are subject to availability and weather conditions. Activities where charges apply (children 5 – 12 years – 50%) (Below 5 – free)
$47 per person. Take a ride on one of our boats to a special snorkeling spot, decided each day depending on tides and weather. You pick up your snorkel fins and mask before the trip leaves. Snorkeling comes highly recommended, as magnificent marine life exists not too far from our shores. Rental equipment is included in the price.
$74 per person. Enjoy a day’s picnic to a nearby island with pristine white sandy beaches. You can spend your day swimming, sunbathing or snorkeling and enjoy viewing the stunning live coral reefs, colorful fish and marine life that live in the area. A long stretch of white sandy beach can cater for those who prefer a bit of privacy on their own. Choose a picnic hamper lunch to complete a truly memorable day.
Prices on consultation (duration 2 hours). We offer hand line fishing trips to sheltered reefs. Fish for coral cod, trout and snapper. A delightful way to view the rolling landscape and nearby Nananu-I-Ra Island…
Prices on consultation. We also offer a trolling ing trip that leaves at 6am and returns at 10am. You will troll to outer reefs for sport fish that may include coral trout, trevally, tuna, barracuda, walu and mahimahi. You may be lucky enough to catch a sailfish in season. Rods and lures provided. Our marina and its surrounding is a nominated marine reserve where we encourage fish life and coral growth. Please refrain from fishing in this area. We will have daily fish feeding in this area at 4pm.
$53 per person. Visit Nakorokula Village, the local market in Vaileka town and the tomb of Fiji’s last cannibal chief. Ratu Udre. Udre was a chief famous for his appetite for human flesh. This gentleman is said to have consumed many human beings before his death in the late 19th Century. The stones surrounding the base of his tomb are how he kept tally of his grisly meals. You can then take time to see how locals these days buy their fresh fish, meat and produce with a visit into town. You will see how local Fijians shop and maybe pick up some local goods yourself. This bustling little town is the lifeblood of the area and well worth a visit.
$50 per person. The perfect way to relax and enjoy your day… Take a trip with us as we cruise around the surrounding islands of Nananu-I-Cake, Yanuca and Nananu-I-Ra and see them from a whole new view. We stop at Lomanisue Bay and take a short beach walk. Then we cruise to another beach where we make stop to enjoy the warm waters for a snorkel or swim. Up to you!! This delightful cruise takes 3 hours.
$84 per person. An hour drive away, take an adventure on our bamboo raft down one of Fiji’s most picturesque rivers, the Wainibuka. The setting is the lush tropics, and as you drift by you will see many of the crops that people plant on the riverbanks – taro, banana, cassava & more. Sit back and enjoy the ride. 2 to 3 hours in total, minimum 4 people.
Waterfall slide in to a heart shaped pool, approximately 4 hours. $73 per person/Horse ride $32 per person. Spend a magical morning or afternoon in a typical Fijian Village, and view for yourself the beauty of nature. About half an hour drive from Wananavu is an inland village where the villagers will greet you with a Kava ceremony. Then you will be guided on a 15-minute walk (or you can go by horse if you choose – charge applicable) to a beautiful waterfall slide, which gently cascades into a heart shaped pool. Here you can cool down in the fresh mountain water, jump or slide from the top if you are more daring and take it all in. You are in paradise. Returning to the village, you can see handicrafts on display, which have been made locally and are available for sale before you head back to the resort. Bring bathers and sturdy shoes for the walk. (Minimum 4 people required)
F$65 per person (maximum number 18 & minimum number 6). The perfect way to relax and enjoy your afternoon; take a trip with us as we cruise around the surrounding islands of Nananu I Cake, Yanuca, Malake and Nananu I Ra and see them from a whole new view. This delightful
cruise takes 2 hours with a few canapés and drinks in the boat. Grab your camera and get down to the marina. Ask at reception for details and cost.
With the world renown Bligh Waters just in front of the Resort’s coast line, why not discover some of the
world’s most famous coral reefs. Ask for our special dive packages
This is designed for those that have never tried diving before and would like to discover its magic. An instructor
will briefly review the fundamental theory and skills involved in scuba diving in the swimming pool and then dive
with you in shallow safe waters. The excitement of viewing coral and fish in their natural environment will prove
to be highlight of the holiday.
This course is for the beginner after experiencing their first scuba dive, or for anyone wishing to be fully trained as a PADI Open water scuba diver. The Course is safe, enjoyable and fun.
The holiday of a diver would not be complete without diving on our magnificent reefs “GOLDEN DREAMS” with its brilliant golden soft coral and stately gorgian fans, “MELLOW YELLOW” with its abundant corals of all colours and fabulous marine life, and “BREATHTAKER” with its variety of lager fish are long remembered experiences. Ask at reception for details and cost.
Rackets and Balls available
Fish feeding daily at 4pm down at the Marina
Coconut tree climbing, husking, grating demonstrations & sampling
Board Games & cards available from the boutique
Cooking demonstration with Executive chef
Snorkeling off the resort reef
Volleyball net can be put up at request.
Serenaders our Wananavu Serenaders entertain you daily from 5pm (start of Happy Hour to 6.30pm, come and join them for a bowl of kava.
Daily at noon for lunch and at 6pm for dinner you will hear the traditional Fijian tree drum which also announces the lightning of the torch ritual
Enquire at office for Catholic or Methodist Sunday church service. Transfer fee applicable. Ask at reception for details and costs.
Cultural talk to learn a great deal more about Fiji. Learn more about Fijian Medicine
Pool area is available for use at your leisure. Pool rules apply.