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A short boat journey from nearby Bau Landing, Leleuvia is maintained along the lines of a larger, more commercial version of what we'd come to expect in Solomon Islands, only this time the boat crossing was shorter and the boat larger. So on Friday morning...More
Leleuvia is a little paradise, where you have everything you need to be comfortable but the rest of the world is a million miles away - simple yet comfortable bures by the water, an island where you can get away from people yet walk around...More
Leleuvia is an incredibly beautiful and serene destination... imagine arriving by boat to a small private island and greeted by the very kind and thoughtful staff of Leleuvia who invite you in as if you are a long lost friend. You really get a sense...More
I was more than excited to bring my friends and sister to Leleuvia because I had only heard good things about the place. First of all, it took about 2/3 weeks to figure out reservations. The man in charge of the reservations, Colin Philip, was...More
What can I say about this place that others haven't? Leleuvia Island Resort was one of the most magical places I've visited! The surrounding water alone is worth the visit to this island however, add onto that the most delicious food, friendliest staff and great...More
The Saturday night meal is called Lovo and is a barbecue of chicken, pork and vegetables that are buried in foil and cooked in coals in the ground. Yummy. It was accompanied by salads. The breakfasts are buffet style and... More
The Saturday night meal is called Lovo and is a barbecue of chicken, pork and vegetables that are buried in foil and cooked in coals in the ground. Yummy. It was accompanied by salads. The breakfasts are buffet style and consist of several types of cereals, hot oatmeal, breads and fruits. Also included are tea, coffee, and juice. Eggs and omelettes are available for a charge. The lunch is served to you and are generally BBQ or wraps with a side dish. The dinners when not Lovo are served to you and are an entree with one or two side dishes and usually begin with a very tasty soup. Most of the dinners when I visited were fish as entree. Although I'm not a big fish eater, it was some of the best fish dinners I have ever eaten. The chef really knows his stuff. Dessert is not included with any of the meals but ice cream, cheesecake or cake is available anytime for a charge. There is a full bar so drinks are available for purchase anytime. The nice thing is upon checking in to Leleuvia, your host will ask you if you have any food allergies or anything you just don't like to eat and they try very hard to accommodate. I'm not vegetarian or vegan but I know there were some sides and salads that were probably meat free. All in all, the meals were quite satisfying and delicious.