Yasawa Homestays, Ba
Yasawa Homestays, Ba
Yasawa Homestays, Ba
Yasawa Homestays, Ba
Yasawa Homestays, Ba
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Yasawa Homestays

Ba

Reviews

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From 25 reviews
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belindajbrown
19 Okt 2018
Our week at Navotua Village surpassed all expectations. Everyone we met were friendly and hospitable. The kids were divine and a pleasure to photograph. Our bure was very comfortable with flushing toilet and a cold shower - quite adequate in 30 degrees. Our meals were fab. The seafood, eggplant and pumpkin curries were lovely as was the freshly caught fish and coconut crabs. We loved the fresh rotis and bread and of course the fruits. There is no shortage of activities and the village folk are very obliging when it comes to day trips to other islands or caves. There are dive/snorkle trips, fishing and the village people love to share their creative arts and crafts at their market. On the last night we were entertained by the locals in dance and song followed by a cava session. We learned a lot and would love to return in the future. Every New Zealand family would benefit from a device free holiday at Yasawa Homestays where the children would learn how to play again :) .
coffeenbike
01 Sep 2019
Gorgeous family and authentic village experience, rustic charm in a cute thatched hut. Delicious food beautifully presented looking out to idyllic sea views. Plus a bonus of fresh cake made daily! You are made to feel part of the family and village as soon as you arrive. Everyone is warm and friendly even the dogs! You can visit local 'resorts' for a cold drink if needed otherwise enjoy a digital break with no wifi and limited electricity. This is a homestay so do not expect resort cleanliness, I suggest you take a mosquito net also, we loved it and would return!
32Morten
14 Jul 2018 - Pasangan
Our visit to Naisisili village was a perfect way to get to know Fijian village life. Our bure was a few steps from the beach. The sounds of the sea made the visit very relaxing. We had a water toilet, a tap with small sink and cold water shower in our bure. Different families offered all our meals. Typically it included fish, cassava, jams, a fruit and even a crab. Every meal was good or very good. Of course, you shouldnt expect anything special. This is simple village food which is made by ingredinents they have. Fish is fresh and excellent. La was excellent hostess. Thank you for opening your village for us. Vinaka!
Culturevulture1979
07 Apr 2019 - Pasangan
We stayed in Malakati. The cottages are basic but what the place lacks in modern comfort it makes up with its amazing clean quiet beach... and the villagers. Everybody made us feel welcome, and sharing meals with them at their homes is probably one of the most treasured moments from the trip. We listened to their stories about living in a community and in such a remote place. If I had a month to spend there reading and relaxing, I would. No electricity or WiFi either... do visit and support this community
Barbara Victori... C
26 Des 2018
Lovely Fijian village to experience living in. Basic but clean and practical Bure with window screens and netting over bed. Windows situated to allow cooling breezes from the ocean to pass through. And also allow the ocean waves to lull you into sleep. Villagers allow you a great deal of privacy even though you are a part of their village. So friendly and welcoming. Each family takes a turn at feeding you one or two meals... breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and/or dinner. Lots of fish and seafood fresh from the ocean. Lots of tropical fruits. Able to charge your phone between ~noon and 2ish. Be prepared to wear a sulu, have shoulders covered, no hats, no sunglasses when walking around the village. Do go to the caves - they have local significance in the Yasawas.. Try as many activities as possible. These people are genuinely wanting visitors to have the best possible experience.
Location
Navotua Village, Nacula Island, FJ
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Malam

About Accommodation

Check-in & check-out time
Check-in time:
07:00
Check-out time:
20:00
Do you want to check-in early? Arrange check-in time with the accommodation

Policy

Description

FAQ
Di mana alamat Yasawa Homestays?
Yasawa Homestays beralamat di Navotua Village, Nacula Island, FJ
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Yasawa Homestays?
Waktu untuk check-in di Yasawa Homestays adalah mulai dari pukul 07:00 dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 20:00
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Yasawa Homestays?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Fasilitas Rapat
  • Fasilitas Anak
Faciliies
Popular Facilities
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Fasilitas Rapat
Fasilitas Anak
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Area piknik
Taman
Fasilitas Umum
Restoran
Fasilitas Anak
Penitipan anak atau bayi (gratis)
 

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4.5
From 25 reviews
Kebersihan
4.5
Kamar
4.0
Lokasi
5.0
Layanan
4.5
Nilai
4.0
Pasangan
11
Keluarga
4
Wisata sendiri
2
Berlibur dengan teman
3
Bisnis
0
belindajbrown
19 Okt 2018 -
Our week at Navotua Village surpassed all expectations. Everyone we met were friendly and hospitable. The kids were divine and a pleasure to photograph. Our bure was very comfortable with flushing toilet and a cold shower - quite adequate in 30 degrees. Our meals were fab. The seafood, eggplant and pumpkin curries were lovely as was the freshly caught fish and coconut crabs. We loved the fresh rotis and bread and of course the fruits. There is no shortage of activities and the village folk are very obliging when it comes to day trips to other islands or caves. There are dive/snorkle trips, fishing and the village people love to share their creative arts and crafts at their market. On the last night we were entertained by the locals in dance and song followed by a cava session. We learned a lot and would love to return in the future. Every New Zealand family would benefit from a device free holiday at Yasawa Homestays where the children would learn how to play again :) .
coffeenbike
01 Sep 2019 -
Gorgeous family and authentic village experience, rustic charm in a cute thatched hut. Delicious food beautifully presented looking out to idyllic sea views. Plus a bonus of fresh cake made daily! You are made to feel part of the family and village as soon as you arrive. Everyone is warm and friendly even the dogs! You can visit local 'resorts' for a cold drink if needed otherwise enjoy a digital break with no wifi and limited electricity. This is a homestay so do not expect resort cleanliness, I suggest you take a mosquito net also, we loved it and would return!
32Morten
14 Jul 2018 - Pasangan
Our visit to Naisisili village was a perfect way to get to know Fijian village life. Our bure was a few steps from the beach. The sounds of the sea made the visit very relaxing. We had a water toilet, a tap with small sink and cold water shower in our bure. Different families offered all our meals. Typically it included fish, cassava, jams, a fruit and even a crab. Every meal was good or very good. Of course, you shouldnt expect anything special. This is simple village food which is made by ingredinents they have. Fish is fresh and excellent. La was excellent hostess. Thank you for opening your village for us. Vinaka!
Culturevulture1979
07 Apr 2019 - Pasangan
We stayed in Malakati. The cottages are basic but what the place lacks in modern comfort it makes up with its amazing clean quiet beach... and the villagers. Everybody made us feel welcome, and sharing meals with them at their homes is probably one of the most treasured moments from the trip. We listened to their stories about living in a community and in such a remote place. If I had a month to spend there reading and relaxing, I would. No electricity or WiFi either... do visit and support this community
Barbara Victori... C
26 Des 2018 -
Lovely Fijian village to experience living in. Basic but clean and practical Bure with window screens and netting over bed. Windows situated to allow cooling breezes from the ocean to pass through. And also allow the ocean waves to lull you into sleep. Villagers allow you a great deal of privacy even though you are a part of their village. So friendly and welcoming. Each family takes a turn at feeding you one or two meals... breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and/or dinner. Lots of fish and seafood fresh from the ocean. Lots of tropical fruits. Able to charge your phone between ~noon and 2ish. Be prepared to wear a sulu, have shoulders covered, no hats, no sunglasses when walking around the village. Do go to the caves - they have local significance in the Yasawas.. Try as many activities as possible. These people are genuinely wanting visitors to have the best possible experience.
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