The family-owned Volivoli Beach Resort caters to SCUBA divers from all over the world. Located on the northernmost tip of Fiji’s main island, the resort is surrounded by unbelievably clear waters and immaculate white sand beaches. Families can stay in Premium Ocean view bures that offer the convenience of in suite washing machines. The Nuku Restaurant overlooks the Bligh waters and serves dishes prepared with local ingredients. Guests can try kiteboarding, with the help of experienced professionals. SCUBA diving lessons are available and families with small children will enjoy reef walking in the clear, calm waters of the South Pacific.
Our Editor Loves
- World-renowned dive sites
- Relaxing in paradise
- Horse Back Riding
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
The trip from Germany to Fiji is definitely the longest I ever took - but it was worth every minute of the travel time! The family who owns the resort and the staff welcome you with the biggest smiles and warmest care possible.
Diving is fantastic in pristine, colourful corals and plenty of fish. Lots of shades of purple and orange underwater! The guides and captains take the utmost care of the divers and always make sure you are safe in the water and on the boat.
Food in the restaurant is outstanding.
We enjoyed the privacy and luxury of one of the villas with a private pool. But since the resort is built on a half-island, all accommodation level offer seaview - just a question if you get to enjoy one of the stunning sunrises or sunsets.
Plenty of options to do other watersports like SUP, fishing, etc. We missed the BBQ night due to our itinerary, but thoroughly enjoyed the Fiji night with local dances and singing. Also highly recommend doing the village tour to get a glimpse of authentic Fiji living and customs - and enjoy the hike to the waterfall.
Highly recommend a vacation there!
Very relaxing holiday in a lovely spot, what really left a sour taste in my mouth is the resort owners (the parents) telling us after they had a few drinks too many in the bar that they actually charge the Fijians money to go and pick them up for work in the morning....as we all know Fikians survive on very little and to hear this made me feel sick..maybe dont drink so much and run your mouth off to resort guests its really not a good look.