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Avaliou em 24 de Maio de 2015
Hotel pequeno porém aconchegante, estilo rústico de Fiji. Quartos compartilhados e restaurante onde todos comem juntos. Pessoal de atendimento muito atencioso de divertido (como todos em Fiji). A cerimônia da kava também é feita neste hotel.
Remote Island Stay
Avaliou em 25 de Fevereiro de 2020
We took Seabus to Nacula Island on a very windy day. It was great to come ashore and be greeted by such friendly people. Our bungalow on the beach had fantasic ocean views and a nice little patio area to sit on. There was a hammock right in front too. The food was good expect fish, rice, and root vegetables. Breakfast was usually pancakes. The natural beauty of the area is just amazing. The other guests at the resort were friendly and we enjoyed conversations with all of them at meals. It was a very relaxing stay and we would go back.
Slice of Paradise
Avaliou em 25 de Fevereiro de 2020
We were a little concerned with some of reviews we read ahead of time. We were amazed upon arrival at what a fantastic place this is. The location is on the beach with beautiful hues of blue water, white sand beach, palm trees and hammocks. We pretty much had this gorgeous beach to ourselves, it was pure paradise. Our family cabin was comfortable for 4 of us, there are screens on windows so we didn't have any issues with bugs. There is a lock on the door and we felt very safe. The meals were good and they catered to our special diet. Breakfast was included while lunch and dinner cost $20FD per person. You do not order from a menu they just serve a pre-set meal. Our hosts were wonderful as well the other guests at the property. This is not a big fancy resort, but is comfortable and very affordable. It is important to know that there is no electricity during daytime, only at night. There is no air conditioning, but was not an issue with windows open as we had a good breeze. There is no hot water, but no problem since weather is so warm the water temperature was fine. It is a long boat ride to the resort on either the Seabus or Yasawa Flyer but totally worth it. They do offer free use of kayaks, Church Visit on Sunday and there are hiking trails. We did the paid snorkel trip to Blue Lagoon which was nice. We really enjoyed our short visit and hope to go back again. Don't miss out on this hidden gem!
Avaliou em 4 de Janeiro de 2020
We have just had Christmas and New Year at Safe Landing eco lodge. This is not a "pamper palace", it is basic, clean accommodation for all pockets, it is directly onto a great beach with easy swimming in shallow water to reefs for snorkeling, it provides great value trips, fishing, reef visits and snorkeling, inter island transport, lessons on language, coconuts, canoeing and so much more. The staff are lovely and helpful. Drinks can be bought cold from the fridge, or filtered water is free. Our bure had a shower and loo and was perfect for our needs. We loved every moment. The breakfast can be a bit monotonous as it was pancakes most days, but there is unlimited coffee, cereal and fruit with most meals. The staff came out to sing us off the Island which brought a lump to our throat. Loved it and would not hesitate to go back.
Avaliou em 25 de Novembro de 2019
Really wished we had booked longer here. Stayed 2 nights and got to participate in lots of activities. Loved the bungalows on the beach, lazing in the hammocks, snorkelling and our own private beach. The staff were lovely and the food was yum! I really enjoyed our visit to the village and meeting the chief. It’s a great location as it’s not too far from the caves, blue lagoon and other great spots. We did a hike on the island where the views were amazing.