Nacula Island, Fiji – Image courtesy of www.fijibudget.com
Introducing Nacula Island
Sunbathe on the idyllic white-sand beach that fronts the Oarsman's Bay Lodge, swim in the shallow lagoon or hike to the 258m-high Mount Korobeka for panoramic views over the island.
At around 10km-long, Nacula is the third largest island in the Yasawas and offers several pleasant walking tracks that meander over grassy hills leading to four Fijian villages and several unspoiled beaches along the southern coast.
For honeymoon couples on a budget, the Oarsman's Bay Lodge offers a no-frills resort in an idyllic location. Six individual bures offer double beds, porches with hammocks and chairs, screened louvered windows and bathrooms with solar-heated showers. Facilities include restaurant, bar and watersports equipment rentals. The resort is located at the southern end of the island.
Nacula Island is serviced daily by the Yasawa Flyer Ferry. Cruising time is approximately two hours from Denarau Marina, Nadi. Denarau Marina is a 20 minutes drive from Nadi Airport.
Seaplanes depart Nadi International Airport and from other locations by prior arrangement. Flight time to Nacula Island is approximately 30 minutes from Nadi.
Nacula Island is located in the Yasawa chain of islands, around 85km north-west of Nadi and
the main island of Vitu Levu. Read more about the Yasawa Islands . . . › Nacula Island Map