Experience a different Fiji
A mere 5% of visitors take time to come to the North – and they are rewarded with a real Fiji adventure: a different experience that makes for a really memorable trip……
There will be stand-out experiences… experiences you never thought you’d do…..experiences you’ll long to do again!
As our borders open again, we look forward to welcoming you.
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Where in the world is Savusavu?
Savusavu town is on the south coast of Vanua Levu, Fiji’s second largest island. We’re home to some world-famous diving and holidaying spots, surrounded with natural splendour that will take your breath away.
Get in touch with the Savusavu Tourism Association
Before you travel
Upon your arrival in Fiji, travellers from many nations are automatically granted a 4-month holiday visa, provided your passport has at least 6 months validity from the date of your departure from Fiji and you meet certain criteria. You should also make sure you have a valid ticket for onward travel.
Paradise within reach
We’re an hour away from Fiji’s main international airport in Nadi. There are two flights a day to Savusavu, operated by Fiji Link. Alternatively you can fly to Labasa, the town on the north of the island. From Labasa, it’s a 90-minute drive to Savusavu, with the added bonus of spectacular mountain and bay views along the way. There are also flights from the capital Suva to both Savusavu and Labasa.
For the slightly more adventurous, there are regular ferries from Viti Levu and Taveuni.