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.
J Hunter Pearls Farm Tours
Take a tour of Fiji’s very own J. Hunter Pearl Farm just minutes away by glass bottom boat from Savusavu Hot Springs Hotel. This exciting tour will give you the rundown on how these magnificent pearls are naturally formed in our nutrient rich waters. Snorkeling is an option so bring along your gear. Shopping direct from the source is a must.
Scuba Diving Namena Marine Reserve
with Namena Divers
Namena Divers is the newest dive operator now providing underwater enthusiasts with access to Fiji’s premiere dive destination, the Namena Marine Reserve. With daily trips from Savusavu. Namena Divers has been created by a tearm of experienced dive profesionals with intimate local knowledge of the Namena Marine Reserve. In addition to spectacular diving, guests now have the exclusive opportunity to exploire the island’s nature reserve, including rare bird species, booby colony and turtle nesting beaches.
Flora Tropica Gardens Fiji are situated on the bay, five kilometres from Savusavu town. The gardens comprise five acres of stunningly landscaped hillsides and creek flats which can be explored by elevated timber walkways and stone paths. Well-placed rest areas provide opportunities to relax and enjoy the glorious views over the gardens and across Savusavu Bay.
The highlight of the gardens is the palm collection with more than 300 species from around the world, including many that are among the most rare and endangered species. The gardens also include more than 40 types of tropical fruit trees, myriad flowering trees, variegated and flowering shrubs, as well as orchids, heliconias, a pond brimming with water lilies, and much more. The gardens’ abundance of flowers and fruit attract native birds to delight bird watchers.
Day Cruise & Sunset Cruise $50.00/couple.
Bring your own beverages (cooler provided), snacks
Bowls for Savusavu
Opening in 2016, a world class bowling facility. Located at the Savusavu Hot Springs Hotel will be a world-class bowling facility. Providing a benefit and ongoing source of income for all residents and the community, Bowls for Savusavu will support and develop Lawn Bowls as a major sport in the South Pacific.