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For reisende som ønsker å oppleve severdighetene Yasawa Islands har å by på, er Viwa Island Resort Fiji det perfekte valget. Herfra har gjester lett tilgang til alt den livlige byen har å tilby. Med sin beliggenhet, tilbyr hotellet enkel tilgang til alle kjente attraksjoner i byen.
På Viwa Island Resort Fiji, garanterer utmerket service og førsteklasses fasiliteter et uforglemmelig opphold. Populære fasiliteter ved hotellet inkluderer daglig rengjøring, gave-/suvenirbutikk, privat inn-/utsjekking, 24-timers vakthold, 24-timers resepsjon.
Viwa Island Resort Fiji har 11 rom. Alle er smakfullt inredet og mange tilbyr også ytterligere bekvemmeligheter, som klesstativ, gratis velkomstdrikke, sengetøy, speil, egen inngang. Hotellet tilbyr et bredt utvalg av fritidsaktiviteter, inkludert snorkling, privat strand, utendørs svømmebasseng, dykking, fiske. Suverene fasiliteter og en fantastisk beliggenhet gjør Viwa Island Resort Fiji til det perfekte utgangspunkt for å nyte ditt opphold i Yasawa Islands.
Barn og ekstrasenger
Alle barn ønskes velkommen.
Barn 0–18 år gamle
Må benytte en ekstra seng
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Gjester 19 år og eldre regnes som voksne.
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Ekstrasenger avhenger av romtypen du velger. Vennligst kontakt eiendommen for flere opplysninger.
Viwa Island Resort Fiji
Valuta for pengene
Dyrt, men må nesten kunne si at det var verdt det!
The food and drink is quite expensive but the food was fabulous.”
Take plenty of your own alcohol if you like a drink
Worth the challenge of getting there”
This is one of the more out-of-the-way places to go, but it's definitely worth the trouble. Our group (of three) wanted a relaxing time, and we got it. The Fijian staff is exceptionally friendly and helpful. Food has to be obtained at the resort (the island is tiny and you can't really go off wandering into the bush) but we were pleasantly surprised that the food was good and the prices reasonable. Lunch and dinner is about $FJ 80-100 per person per day (currently, about $US 40-50) which compares well with the typical restaurant in the USA. Try the Fijian fish dishes! Bar tab can get a bit expensive if you plan to drink heavily. To get there from the main island (Viti Levu) one takes a boat or sea-plane. The plane (Turtle Airways) is $FJ 400 one way per person. The boat is only slightly cheaper, at about $260, and a changeover is required on one of the larger islands of the Yasawa group. We took the plane both ways because it gave us quite a bit of extra time at the resort.
Excellent resort!! Loved the staff they were all so friendly, helpful and caring. Hope I can go back there again, thank you to all at Viwa Island :)
Beautiful island with friendly attentive staff for a relaxing stay”
Viwa island is remote and beautiful. Good snorkelling inside the reef with a huge variety of fish and lots of turtles but the coral is still recovering from cyclone damage (the resort is undertaking coral planting and reef conservation). Excellent, friendly, hospitable staff. As seems to be the case in all of Fiji, food and drinks are very expensive. Would advise dining a la carte rather than choosing the meal plan, unless you have a very large appetite, as the menu is the same and there is no significant saving (be prepared to choose your lunch after breakfast and dinner after lunch). Although interesting, and the staff were talented and enthusiastic, the activities program is somewhat at odds with expectations of the atmosphere of an adults only resort... if you do not enjoy enforced participation in before dinner “entertainment” this is probably not the resort for you. That said, we had a lovely relaxing 8 nights but probably wouldn’t do it again. Take the seaplane!
Unrivalled beauty matched with the friendliest and most helpful staff. Nothing can be faulted from our stay here. Staff cant do enough for you, Bures were amazing, food is great & the location is out of this world. Perfect.
I love Viwa Island Resort staffs”
The best part of staying in Viwa Island Resort is the super friendly staffs working there. They made my experience personal and enjoyable. You will talk to them, know them, maybe visit their village meeting with their relatives. Sarah, the event manager learned that I am leaving the next day and will miss the opportunity to see the clam farm, so she took us snorkel a little bit more to see the beautiful clam farm. Other staffs learned that we will island hop to another island, that started recommend people we can meet in other islands. I really love the people there. Of course the beach, the water are also impeccable
Definitely worthy for a relaxing holiday.
Pros : Beautiful isolated island. Snorkelling and swimming directly in front of bures. Your own designated sun longer with shade at the beach. Kayaks, snorkelling gear, paddle boards available FOC. Bures are a good layout with a nice shady deck. Friendly staff. Activities planned at nights which were a fun way to get to know the other guests. Massage at the spa was fantastic. Cons: Food a bit hit and miss. We only found out on the last night that we could order from the lunch menu for dinner - (smaller, lighter options) Evening meals were large, an appetiser was all I needed. Lunch meals were also large, we went without lunch most days. Very quiet after a few days if there are only 4-6 people there as we had. Had to pay for a village/school visit even though we had taken a generous donation of books, clothing etc to the school. Felt pressure to purchase from the ladies at the village market. Cleaning/servicing was also a bit hit and miss.
Best holiday experience ever”
A Fabulous experience - the staff are amazing, we are into wildlife and conservation so the trips out to snorkel on the reef were incredible - the best snorkeling I've experienced and I'm well travelled. Snorkelling off the beach is great too with resident Green Turtles and a giant clam coral garden. Beautiful flowers in our room every day - dinner on the beach with flowers and songs. Couldn't fault the experience in any way.
Far away from mainland, very quiet and beautiful with passionate staffs. Even though we travelled in rainy season, since the island is far away from the land, our trip was not affected by the weather. The clouds just blow away easily therefore the rain never lasted over 1 hour. Really enjoy and relax ourselves there, and they provided free cruise along the shore where you can see turtles during low tides almost everyday.
Heaven but a bit some staff were disappointing”
Amazing views and definitely the first choice to Fiji. Meal plans were good enough for the remote island. Snorkel and diving were quite plain by taking us up to 50m away from the beach. We are travelling a group of four and two of our group are non-English speakers. I am not sure if it is the reason that some of the staff were not very proactive and lack smiling, like trying to not to serve the bread for dinners and always missed some preordered dishes or coconuts during our stay. Unlike other places we were travelling or staying in Fiji, you can’t expect the same ‘Fijian’ customer service style here. Complementary massage were not provided neither.
Food could be a bit better for the money and needs better coffee. Needs a new pool table. The outside pool was quitndirty when we got there, they did clean it put it still wasn't really fit to swim in.
Vivien and Victor from Canada”
Very beautiful island. Nice room although a little dated and rough. Beautiful views. Nice snorkeling. Food extremely expensive. Very small portions. Ok taste but bland and unoriginal. No fruit (in a tropical country no less) with your "free breakfast" unless you paid a ridiculous extra price for it - and very little. Having no choice when you are in the middle of nowhere at the whim of a very frugal host is a daunting and unpleasant experience. That alone has eliminated the idea of an "idyllic island retreat". Not a resort feeling. More of a youth camp experience. At Yatule resort, on the main island, we had excellent service, huge breakfast included and fit for a King. After that Viwa was a disaster. We would never go back even if it was free. Unless it was to visit the girls who work there.
Phenomenal - highlight of my trip”
I absolutely loved every minute of my stay at Viwa. The resort has the whitest sandy beach I’ve seen in the Yasawas and the bures are huge and really comfortable. Most importantly the staff was absolutely amazing, so caring and attentive. We also loved all the great complimentary activities.
A fantastic Fiji hideaway if you want a private beach away from the hustle and bustle. ”
The entire team at Viwa are amazing. We loved our holiday there and would have loved to have stayed longer. This is the perfect place for you if you really want to get away from it all and have some forced relaxation. We enjoyed the cooking, basket weaving and village tours with Vata, I think we did all his classes! The food was fantastic and my partner had a great time pulling in a giant Waloo fish on the fishing charter which we got to feast on the next few nights. The only downside would be the internet is very slow and only avalible in the bar (but that’s great if you want to switch off) and the bathrooms don’t have aircon so they just need a mirror near a power point in the main room so you can blow dry your hair in air conditioning - but all first world tiny things. The beach front Bures and private sun lounges on your own little spot on this picture perfect beach make Viwa a place to remember and return too!
Fantastic service on a paradise island”
This intimate resort was the perfect retreat with our own sun beds and hammock in front of our beautiful ocean view bure. Because there are only 10 bures, the team is extremely attentive, like calling us by our names and making sure we were taken care of. The activities like basket weaving, cooking demo, and island walks were really fun and educational. Again because it's a small resort we'd have these sessions to ourselves or in small groups. Great diving/snorkeling spots with wonderful visibility. The kayaks were perfect for exploring too. We found taking the seaplane there and Yasawa Flyer back the right balance for transportation. Food is pricey but commensurate to the tourist rates . Definitely bring your own sunscreen. I also really liked resort's involvement in the community, that stood out to me. Would love to go back again, thanks!
Loved our stay here but did feel that was a couples resort. Can't fault staff!
Fiji at it's best”
Viwa Island Resort is a little gem. A small resort run by an amazing couple, Roy & Louise, who, along with their staff, made us really feel like part of the family. Nothing was too much trouble. The food was fantastic! The accommodation was perfect! The snorkelling was incredible & right in front of the resort - no need to travel to outer reefs! Just wish we'd booked for a longer stay. There will be a next time!
Great view, friendly staff