The view… it will grab you as soon as you pass the reception and it never, ever gets old… Welcome to the Savusavu Hot Springs Hotel. Savusavu is Fiji’s most picturesque and charming town. Here an eclectic mix of local, South Pacific and European influences await to deliver a massive dose of island congeniality to your journey. Whether you arrive for business, sightseeing, visiting old family or by complete happenstance, you can be sure that your time at the Savusavu Hot Springs Hotel will always leave you with memories of that indelible view and a delightful accommodation.
Savusavu Hotsprings Hotel overlooks the charming harbourside town of Savusavu. Located less than 10 minutes from Savusavu airport and 90-minutes from Labasa. Direct flights from Nadi to Savusavu takes 55 minutes or 45 minutes to Labasa. The scenic drive on a tar sealed road by bus or taxi from Labasa to Savusavu takes about 90 minutes. Although it is a longer trip, there are more aircraft seats and cheaper fares between Nadi and Labasa.
Flights to Savusavu and Labasa
Important Info about Inter-Island Flights
You can fly into either Savusavu Airport (code: SVU) OR Labasa Airport (code: LBS)
Enjoy a scenic drive across the island of Vanua Levu. Approximately 90-minutes by taxi, good quality road.
Ask us if you need help arranging a taxi from Labasa to Savusavu
Fly direct to Savusavu
Most convenient, hotel is 10 minutes from airport
Flights available from Fiji Airways and Island Hoppers Fiji.
Sometimes fares are more expensive and there is limited availability
Explore Savusavu, Fiji’s “Hidden Paradise”
Things to do in Savusavu
Savusavu is fast becoming known for its eco-conscious approach to the environment. Lush tropical forests with waterfalls and streams surround the Bay and mountain side. …COME TO SAVUSAVU! Whatever your interest, there is something for everyone … village tours, waterfall hikes, mountain bikes, snorkeling, kayaking.
Home to the Heritage Park is the Waisale Rain Forest Reserve. A variety of birds are seen along its bush trails. Learn more about the Fijian way of life … experience this unique culture by visiting a local village and maybe watch a meke (Fijian dance).
And learn about traditional bush medicines. Interact with the people … and don’t be surprised if the villagers want to know all about you too!Enjoy a tour of a local working Copra (coconut) and Beef Plantation and see how the coconuts are harvested and dried. Visit the largest Copra Mill in Fiji and learn the process of coconut oil extraction. A scenic drive through rainforest-covered mountains takes you to the capital town of Vanua Levu – Labasa – where you can learn of other local industries … sugar cane and timber.