Friendly, sincere staff and an authentic experience are the trademarks of this laid-back resort. All bures are spacious with generous porches: Deluxe Seasides are traditional wood-and-thatched-roof structures while non-Deluxe are more modern with larger bathrooms. Seaview bures, the least expensive, are smaller but set back into the hillside where they offer better views and more privacy. A generous beach and pool are the focal points of most guests' stays and free fishing
is a wink and a nod toward getting on "Fiji Time." The restaurant mixes à la carte nights in between theme buffets, including curry, lovo, Mongolian stir-fry, and BBQ nights. It's a considerable ride over a long ridge top from the main road: Excursions are doable, but many guests only walk to the nearby village.