The Northern Islands in Fiji are remarkably different from the other regions in Fiji, here you will find lush rainforests with hidden lakes, spectacular waterfalls and some of the best scuba sites in the world. This region is made up of Fiji’s second and third largest islands, Vanua Leve and Taveuni, plus dozens of smaller outer islands.
It’s here you will find Savusavu, located on the south coast of Vanua Levu, which is the second largest island in Fiji. Often referred to as “Fiji’s hidden Paradise”, you will be sure to find more palm trees here than people. Savusavu is home to bubbling hot springs, incredible dive sites, tumbling waterfalls, giant clams and rainbow pearls. Thanks to the rich volcanic soil, you can find an abundance of vanilla, coffee beans, cocoa, coconuts and sweet pineapples growing here.
Taveuni is often referred to as “The Garden Isle” due to its pristine rainforests which are home to some of Fijians rare flora and endemic birdlife, making Taveuni an eco-tourist dream holiday. Bouma National Heritage Park makes up one third of the island and it’s here you can find Fiji’s most iconic waterfall – Tavoro (Bouma) Falls. There are plenty of adventurous walks you can take throughout the jungle and the stunning coastline.
The Northern Islands of Fiji are full of many great adventures just waiting to be had and there’s a good chance you will never want to leave!