Introducing Kadavu, Fiji’s southernmost island group.
The Great Astrolabe Reef shelters the islands; lush rainforest cloaks the hills, rivers run with clean water and uninhabited beaches fringe turquoise lagoons. The waters teem with marine-life, the forests are filled with singing birds.
Small villages around the coast are home to around 10,000 Kadavu Islanders living lives of ‘abundant subsistence’, their fertile land and seas offering up plentiful food and resources. Throughout Fiji, Kadavu is respected as a place where ancient cultural traditions are proudly maintained and preserved intact.
Kadavu is more than an island, it’s an archipelago incorporating Ono, Buliya, Yaukuve and other islands, many of them uninhabited.
Within this timeless setting Tourism Kadavu’s members provide international travelers with quality accommodation and activity options. Kadavu’s solid reputation as a destination for sustainable tourism is growing all the time. With regular flight and ferry connections to and from the mainland, Kadavu is easy to reach. Once here, visitors can savor the sense of being someplace special and remote, natural and unique.
Tourism Kadavu: sharing our islands.