Lomaiviti Group Travel Guide


Plan Your Lomaiviti Group Vacation

A 15-minute flight or short boat ride east of Suva, the Lomaiviti Group is a world away. The group is comprised of nine rugged main islands and a few smaller ones dotting the Pacific Ocean and the Koro Sea. Most of the islands are home to pre-European villages. A 200-meter cliff called "Chieftain's Leap" on Wakaya Island was the jumping point for a chief and many of his followers who faced capture by advancing enemies in 1848. The island is now owned by Fiji Water mogul David Gilmour and is the site of one of the country's most exclusive resorts. On Leleuvia, guests can walk from the small rustic resort to a large metal "Kannibal Pot" in the middle of the island.


Lomaiviti Group Hotels

The Lomaiviti Islands have representation at both extremes of amenities, with two properties offering bare-bones rooms and... read more


Lomaiviti Group Restaurants

Ovalau's four restaurants are all in Levuka and a few of the hotels there serve breakfast. Many of the private island... read more

Things To Do

Things To Do in Lomaiviti Group

The heart of the group is Levuka, a small commerc... read more


Lomaiviti Group Experiences

  • Lomaiviti's Top 4

    Stroll along Beach Street. Few places in the world have preserved history, both physically and in spirit, the way Levuka's main... Read more

  • Settling a Score

    On July 4, 1849, the American consul John Brown Williams's home caught on fire following a cannon explosion during his celebration of... Read more


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