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This is a trip of a lifetime-An Indigenous Fijian village HOMESTAY! . Your own Bure (Fijian house) right on the beach, and a Gorgeous long, white sandy beach, it is. Daily fee includes 3 meals a day. Fantastic snorkeling, walk/running the beach, swimming in calm, warm waters, church service, village tour and beach volleyball. Activities for a small fee; boat fishing, cave exploring/diving/swimming and much more of the natives crafts and arts!!
The best time EVER, people so nice and helpful. Great hiking, snorkeling and Loved the choir at church!!
Coming back soon, I promise!!
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Shower Rooms (1)
Suitable For Children Under 5
Pets not allowed
Check in: 1:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
This is a HOMESTAY experience- Glorified camping!! It’s all about seeing the unique, honorable interiors of a true Indigenous Fiji Village!
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C$1 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Absolute Paradise! A Long sandy white beach, surrounding mountains for hiking, seasonal waterfall and the Nicest people possible on earth! Visit the village, church service, maybe a school visit (their singing in heavenly). Or just have a beach pretty much to yourself, resting in your hammock beachfront!!
You can hire a local village boat in Malakati Village to take you on a boat tour, go to The Caves, boat fishing or snorkeling! Extra change will apply.
Car not needed
How to get there
THIS HOMESTAY IS NOT IN NADI! a 4.5 hr. Boat ride on The Yasawa Flyer! May be the best boat ride you will ever take, as the Flyer weaves between islands and resorts, This is a great way to see the Northwest division of Fiji and its dozens of islands! Take the Flyer at Denarue Marina and get off at Blue Lagoon. Village boat will transport you to Malakati Village. $fj30. or $US15. pp each way