On your first ride out to Volivoli, especially if you venture out in evening, you may wonder when and if you will ever find this resort. You will, and by the morning sunrise when you awake in paradise, you will be glad that you made the trek out to the road less traveled. The room we stayed in was spacious with a kitchenette and a lovely deck. The beach here is on the smaller side, compared to Natadola, but beautiful nonetheless. The kids will enjoy digging for sand dollars, and the snorkeling and scuba diving in these waters is especially beautiful. If your accommodations has a kitchen you can drive into RakiRaki town (just a 15 minutes down the road) and pick up the few essentials that you may need, otherwise the restaurant on site serves a decent breakfast and lunch...dinner can be either fabulous or not so great. The views and sunsets are always spectacular.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Volivoli Beach Resort is a dedicated SSI and PADI dive Resort on Viti Levu, Fiji. It is owned and operated by the Darling family, 16 year veterans of the area. Dive facilities are world class and on site. All accommodations have ocean views. Nearby Bligh Waters are renowned for an amazing display of fish, pelagic creatures and soft corals. Guests enjoy snorkelling, kayaking, beach volleyball, fishing, village culture and sunset cruises. The Darling philosophy is simple - “We spend time talking to our guests, whether on a dive trip or over a cold beer,” says Nick, “This helps us fine tune the Volivoli experience.” ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Volivoli Beach Hotel Rakiraki
- Volivoli Beach Resort Fiji Rakiraki