Description & main attractions
Fiji is an archipelago of over 300 islands, from coral atolls to large volcanic islands. About 100 are inhabited, while many of the rest are used as temporary fishing bases and planting grounds.
The two main islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu and the International Dateline runs through the latter. At the crossroads of Melanesia and Polynesia, the traditional way of life is still thriving in the islands.
The most convenient port for those intending to cruise Eastern Fiji is Savusavu on the island of Vanua Levu. As one of Fiji’s clearance ports, this town has worked hard to make clearance formalities simple and straightforward.
Host marina / Port information
There are presently two marinas with alongside berthing, one marina with moorings only and one moorings operator in Nakama Creek (Curly’s).
Location on the map
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