You may think you're intruding on a village when you see the traditional bures and sand paths upon your boat's approach, but that's before the shiny new bar and volleyball court catch your eye. Accommodations here include traditional Fijian bures furnished only with double beds, Duplexes with a double and single bed, Family Lodges, which sleep five, and three dorms, which sleep from four to eight. Guests don't mind the small, rustic accommodations as they spend their time
in the pristine water or on the fine white sand. Communal meals include continental breakfasts, sandwiches for lunch, and theme dinners (Chinese, Indian, lovo, and eclectic) on a seven-day rotation. The experience here is a rustic one, but where else can you watch two species of turtle lay eggs outside your bure? The resort also has a "barefoot" conference facility for corporate events.