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Wananavu Beach Resort
4.0 of 5 Resort   |   Volvoli Rd, Rakiraki, Viti Levu, Fiji   |  
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“a perfect week, wish we were still there”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 23, 2010

For a totally relaxing week in Fiji, we sourced Trip Advisor and after reading the reviews, we decided on Wananavu. As we are not divers, we discounted the reviews on this subject. We were interested in the small size and the isolation as we do not like to be numbers and we are used to staying on islands, but wanted the mainland this time and an area we had not visited before. Part of the joy of the resort is the silence- no cars, no telephones and of course no smog so that we could count the stars. the rain on the roof during a storm was quite startling!
On arrival, we were greeted like long-lost friendseven though it was our first visit and within about an hour, it seemed that all of the staff knew our names. Even though we arrived at about 3pm, we were still able to order lunch, which was the first of a whole week of fabulous meals. Our arrival day was also our wedding anniversary and the meal we ate in front of our bure that night was all the more amazing because we were in the beach front honeymoone bure, furthest from the restaurant. The staff laid the table beautifully and we had a very romantic evening.
The bure was well-appointed and spacious, the only drawback being the fence around the plunge pool which meant that the water was quite cool even though the weather was warm during summer it would be perfect. Half way through the week we asked to see one of the ocean view bures and moved into it for the second half of the week. this gave us the most fabulous views of the sunsets and also the surrounding land and ocean., and the pool was warmer, too. When we return this is the bure we will choose.
The staff could not have been more attentive and quickly knew our preferences. Security at the resort is unobtrusive but efficient, housekeeping is a team effort and the ladies are friendly (IF you see them), bar staff(Andy & Tiki )and wait staff and are very friendly with being extremely attentive and ready to have a chat or leave you alone, the team at front office are informative and full of fun (Mele's laugh is infectious). In order to name all the staff, I would take up another page, so I hope that anyone who reads this will go to Wananavu and meet all of them. Please Ben don't let any of them leave.
We chose to only do a couple of activities, but these were well-planned and next time will do more. My husband was very pleased to catch fish, which the chef cooked for our dinner, yum. We took local taxi into Rakiraki a couple of times,making a joke of the bumpy ride on the 4km of "road" closest to the resort. Probably the road should be sealed but it only adds to the charm of the resort as you know when you hit it that you are close to a truly wonderful destination.
We have already made a tentative booking to return and I can't wait to get there.Ben who is the General manager whose wife had just had a baby in Australia leds the team very well leaving it to the locals to look after you the main man is Beato (who calls everybody by name and also My friend is a person that just makes it happen). To every single team member at this resort our thanks for a great time and I look forward to getting a ice cold Vonu (beer) when we check in again

  • Stayed May 2010, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 2, 2010

My husband and I were part of a 16 person wedding group that spent a week in Wananavu Beach Resort. It was an incredibly relaxing vacation filled with gorgeous scenery - day after day. Quiet beaches, lush greens and cool waters.

Though at low tide, stay away from the beach as the air becomes fragrant with the mucky waters. That would be the only reason to opt for an oceanview bure instead of a beachfront bure. However, if you're looking for privacy, go with the beachfront bures. The oceanview bures share a wall while the beachfront bures stand alone.

The most notable feature, aside from the idyllic scenery was the exceptional service from the staff. The staff was incredibly attentive and accommodating to our various wants and needs. Vulo, Veronika, Absinate, among the many staffers, knew all the guests by name and our many individual needs - mine being water with lime.

Tiki, the bartender, concocted any potion you desired, which was great since all the daily specials were incredibly sweet. Try a gin fizz with fresh starfruit and ice blended together for a tart treat. All mixed drinks are the same price and quite stiff.

Wananavu is a popular resort for divers, so we were anticipating a lot of lounging. However, there were plenty of activities that left our "inner explorers" sated. Snorkeling is extremely accessible, right off the resort shores or a within a quick kayak trip to one of the many reef surrounding the resort. We highly recommend the "Snorkeling Trip" provided by the resort, where you are charged FJD $20.

We do no recommend any of the other ventures that take you out of the resort. If you want a cultural experience/ information, Evouloni, a resident staffer and historian, provided comprehensive culture talks with witty commentary for free.

Food was fresh and consistent, though not culinary masterpieces. If you are a sauce person, bring your own. My personal favorites were any dish made with Walu, a local fish, that is flaky, light and moist. It was a featured entree at nearly every meal (not breakfast). Also, their fresh baked bread made everyone into a carb lover - no one passed up a slice or a roll.

The accommodations were clean and bug free. The bed was pleasantly firm and all the bures had fans and individual ACs. We rarely needed to turn on the AC as opening the windows and turning on the fans provided a pleasant temperatures in the evenings. The oceanview bure we stayed in was in a great location, we received a light breeze and enough ambient light from the night sky to walk with ease at dark.

If you stay in the Gardenview bures, we recommend a flashlight since it is located in a relatively remote part of the resort.

We would recommend Wananavu to anyone looking to sample Fiji. You can dive, snorkel, kayak, participate in a traditional Fijian feast, called a Lovo, with dancing and music, and learn about Fijian culture at the resort. Had we known about Wananavu when we got married, this would have been our honeymoon pick.

It is a perfect spot to relax and unplug - literally, no radios, no phones, no televisions in any of the bures, and only one computer- on dial up. Remember your sunblock and bug spray.

  • Stayed April 2010
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 17, 2010

Bula
We stayed in a garden view room from the 30/3/to 04/04 and I have to agree with the other poster Wananavu is one of the best resorts at which we have stayed in Fiji the views from the deck and restaurant are just beautiful the pool is great the grounds well kept and the food was wonderful (special thank you to the chef Amit for getting us the lobsters) all of the staff (from Ben the manager down to the gardeners and the housekeepers) are the best and treat you like a friend not just a guest I can’t recommend this resort highly enough it is nearly perfect everything and everyone were just so good the snorkeling at Turtle and Bat reefs was amazing and the fishing was fun and inexpensive. If I have one suggestion it is that they need a glass bottom boat or spy boards so non swimmers and snorkelers can enjoy the wonders of the coral and fish on the surrounding reefs .thank you to Vulo,Ma,Tiki Andy and all of the staff for making the last 5 nights of our Fiji stay so memorable

Dave & Isabel

  • Stayed April 2010, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Richmond, VA, USA
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 10, 2010

Our honeymoon was our first trip to Fiji, so we needed some expert advice to help us choose among the dozens of different resorts on Fiji's many islands. After striking out with our local travel agent, we worked with Tree Ritchie at South Seas Adventures (SSA), and she was extremely knowledgeable and made the process very easy. She asked us a few questions about our preferences, and then immediately suggested three resorts for us to check out in detail. All of SSA's agents travel to the South Pacific regularly, so they have first-hand knowledge of most of the resorts they are booking. If it had not been for Tree's expert advice, we probably would have never found out about Wananavu!

Wananavu is located in an isolated area on Fiji's main island, Viti Levu. It's about a two-hour drive from the Nadi airport, and shuttle service is provided by the resort. The drive is a great introduction to Fiji: you get to see the beautiful landscape roll by and drive through many small towns and villages along the way.

From the moment we arrived at Wananavu, we were in love. The pictures we had seen did not even come close to doing justice to Wananavu's beautiful setting. We stayed in one of the Honeymoon Bures perched up on the hillside at the top of the resort (Bure 25). Our favorite feature was the private deck and plunge pool, which overlooked the water and several outlying islands. This was also a perfect place for watching sunsets and catching some amazing views of the stars at night (there are no big cities anywhere near the resort, so the Milky Way is clearly visible).

The staff at Wananavu was by far the best hotel staff we've ever experienced. After the first day, everyone remembered our names and would even ask us about how our snorkeling trip, etc. was the previous day. They were always warm and welcoming, and they provided excellent service. We ate every meal outside at the resort restaurant, overlooking the beautiful coastline, and the food was always fresh and delicious. The menu changes daily, but there is also a standard menu as a fallback (in case nothing appeals to you that day). It includes things like an island-style burger and pizza--but not to worry, we only ordered off this menu once during our whole stay since there was always something interesting on the daily menu. About 90 percent of the time, the food was excellent, but there were a few dishes that were not that good. However, the daily menu really encouraged us to branch out and try new things--with very positive results overall.

To us, Wananavu was the perfect-size resort: big enough to have lots of things to offer, but small enough to have a personal connection with the resort and the staff. There were always many activities to choose from, and we really enjoyed them. Some of our activities included: island boat cruise (includes snorkeling on a remote beach), private island picnic, village tour (includes both a traditional village and a small Fijian town), Lovo Night feast, the Romance Pamper Package at the spa, a private dinner on our balcony on our last night, and a Fijian culture talk. This talk was fascinating since it was given by Evulouni, the Activities Coordinator down by the jetty/marina. He is an elder in a traditional Fijian village (the "spokesman") and has many interesting things to tell about his culture.

There are many other activities available that we did not get to experience. For example: fishing trips, open-water snorkeling, kayaking, visiting a waterfall/lagoon in the rainforest, and of course diving with Ra Divers. I guess that just means we have to come back again!

Overall, our stay at Wananavu was one of those rare occasions in life where our experience far exceeded even our highest expectations. Thank you to Tree Ritchie at SSA for leading us to Wananavu, and thank you to the wonderful staff at Wananavu for making it a truly unforgettable honeymoon!

  • Stayed August 2009, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 8, 2010

I stayed at Wananavu with a group of 26 divers, and we all had a fantastic experience. The staff is wonderfully friendly. We were there for one week and by the second day they knew all of our names, and greeted us by name for the rest of our stay. The food was mostly delicious. Be sure to have the house-made tropical jams at breakfast. A singing group entertained us at both lunch and supper, and cava was available at supper, which was interesting. The grounds are lush and have lots of flowering plants. Be sure to attend the "coconut presentation," which is done by an older man who runs the activity center on the beach- it is very interesting and he is a quite a character.
The diving was mostly very good. Some of the dives were the best that i have done in 15 years of diving.

  • Stayed March 2010
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed March 31, 2010

We were supposed to go to Garden Island Resort on Taveuni, but after Cyclone Tomas hit that island, we switched to this resort. To its credit GIR is giving us a credit to be used within the next year - very nice! Other resorts should do this as we are definitely coming back to see the Garden Island of Fiji and we spent money at the Wananavu in addition to our room, meals and diving fees.
We have done a fair amount of dive travel both within the States and internationally - Palau, the Phillipines, Thailand, Turks & Caicos, Bahamas, Cozumel, Bonaire, Hawaii, Dominica, Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica, Soccoro Islands,Florida Keys, etc. That said, Wananavu Resort is probably the best resort I've every stayed at. First of all the setting is very beautiful. The beach is more than adequate and hardly anyone uses it. The bures were nice and very clean. My only complaint about the room was that the AC was very noisy until Jack put a big rock on top of it. Apparently the unit outside was vibrating against the wall of the bure. Once he did that, it was quiet. We had lots of hot water, a large bathroom, a good size room and bed, good AC, and a small frig with wine, beer and soft drinks which were pretty reasonable. The gift shop was nicely stocked with tropical dresses, coverups, shirts, etc., and other stuff that you might need but forgot to bring. We had a beachfront bure and within a few footsteps of the beach. I could stare out our bure all day and never get tired of the view.
Our driver from Nadi told us about a few of the towns we travelled through to get to the resort. and showed us where the Fiji Water bottling plant is. We enjoyed seeing the Fiji kids waiting for their school buses. They wear uniforms of varying colors depending on their school. We saw quite a few Muslim kids, including girls with their heads covered which must be pretty hot, but at least they get to go to school. The kids were respectful, with pressed uniforms and a very neat appearance. We read on the State Department's website that Fiji has a 93% literacy rate and English is a mandatory language to learn in school. There were animals in the road, but we're used that from open grazing in Arizona. The baby goats and pigs were really cute.
The food at Wananavu ranged from good to outstanding. I'm not a picky eater, but I would err on the side of eating the fish - Walu or Mackerel as we know it. Anything made with fish or seafood was topnotch. Stay away from the pork. It was very fatty, although the curry or whatever the spices it was made with tasted very good. The soups and desserts also were very good. We recommend Fiji Gold beer, too.
The music during meals was very pleasant and we did share the kava which was kind of fun. The band gets a kick out of it if you try it.
The most outstanding thing which separated Wananavu from any other place I've stayed is the staff. They are sincerely very, very welcoming and nice. Like everyone says, they know your name within 30 seconds of meeting you and never forget it. We especially enjoyed "Ma" (her real name) who is soon to deliver a baby boy and had an infectious laugh, and Vulo, Tiki, and well, everyone! I hope that the management treats them well. When we asked why they do the Christmas box instead of letting us give them tips, the manager indicated that the money is set aside for education, etc., and that the Fiji people don't manage their money well. I thought that was a bit patronizing and could be said of most Americans. But, that's what everyone does in Fiji, so perhaps he has a point ,and I defer to his judgment as he knows the situation better than I do. The resort provides a lot of jobs for the folks in the Rakiraki area to its credit. The staff wears beautiful outfits made by a local tailor, I was told. Again, I cannot say enough positive things about the staff, from the gardeners, to the drivers, to the food staff, to the musicians, front desk, gift shop, etc. Everyone said "Bula" and smiled. Having been a manager, I would die to have such wonderful, hard working people.
On the last day, about 4 hours before we were to leave from the airport, I managed to step on a stingray and get an extrememly painful shot of venom and a nice cut between my toes. Jack ran up to the lobby to find out what to do and was told that I had to see a doctor. Good thing because it was the most painful 30 minutes or so of my life. However, the staff immediately jumped into action and had a car right near our bure to take me into town. They must have called ahead, but the doctor, Dr. Naidu, a man I will love for the rest of my life, had a syringe full of lidocaine. I never felt the needle, but I did feel instant pain relief. He irrigated and cleaned the wound, cut out some tissue, bandaged me up, gave me pain killers and two types of antibiotics, and wished me well. It was interesting to talk to him about the medical issues he faces in Fiji - the same as the U.S. - diabetes, high blood pressure and addiction. I called DAN when I got home and was told Dr. Naidu did everything right. Unfortunately, the long flights and time on my feet caused me to end up in the ER at the Mayo Clinic Hospital as my foot was swelling. However, the ER doc also said that Dr. Naidu had done everything correctly and that it was not uncommon to have the foot swell after this injury. (And yes, they do see stingray injuries in Phoenix because of all us Zonies going to San Diego and Rocky Pt., Mexico.) I got some IV antibiotics and a tetanus shot and I'm sure I'll live to dive another day. Anyway, don't be stupid like me - wear water shoes at the beach if you wade into the water. I should have known better. Again, the folks at Wananavu were very concerned. I almost felt like a family member with their show of concern.

The really unfortunate thing for Wananavu is that they now rely on Ra Divers for their guests. We should have paid more attention from the very negative review from late 2009. We did meet with the Wananavu and Ra Divers' management at the end of our time there with another couple, but I kind of got the feeling that it was mostly to do damage control so that we would not write anything negative about Ra Divers on the Internet. Out of deference to Wananavu, I considered not writing anything about Ra Divers because I do not want to negatively affect Wananavu's business. However, I feel a moral obligation to let folks know of our situation. I recommend that if you want to dive at Wananavu to make sure that Ben, the manager of Wananavu, has Ra Divers on track before going there. Ben is a good guy and never made excuses for anything. I was not so impressed with Eric from Ra Divers. He made excuses such as "the Fijians are not assertive and get rattled when there's an emergency." "They knew there were life vests, but forgot." "They knew there were supposed to be dive and safety briefings, but got too relaxed." He said that as certified divers we were responsible for our own safety. Well, that's true to a point. However, we have no control over their faulty rental gear. (Jack had to rent a regulator when his malfunctioned. The rental had a bad mouthpiece which we told them about, but it didn't get fixed for another day. Another diver had no zip tie on his mouth piece and had to use the octupus for 2 dives. Others had similar experiences with the rental equipment.) We have no control over whether we know if there are life jackets on the boat and whether the boat is in good working order. We have no control over knowing the dive site - we've never been there before. There were no safety briefings, the boats were in ill-repair, there were next to no briefings and no diagrams of the dive sites, and the accounting for divers before and after the dive was erratic at best. I always wondered how divers got left behind. Now I know. I also now know the importance of knowing where the life jackets are. On our second day going out to Bligh, just before we were to hit open water, I was sitting in the aft when I noticed that the boat was starting to take on water near the engines. One of the Fijians noticed too and started yelling something that I think was an SOS in his native language. By then, the water was almost knee deep. The driver immediately made a sharp turn and put the boat up on a reef. Fortunately, the reefs are quite shallow there and it was low tide. One of our new friends, Anna, asked, "Where are the life jackets?" To which one crew member replied, "There aren't any." So, we put air in our BCs (which say "This is not a floatation device.") We took off the tanks, put on our fins, masks, wet suits and BCs and swam over to a boat which also had divers on it and all got on board. Fortunately, no one panicked and everyone was safe. We did lose a camera to water damage for which Eric of Ra Divers compensated us. The story doesn't end there, however. We continued to dive. On our last dive of the week on the big boat, the Bligh Explorer, it's motor had problems and we had to get rescued by the boat which nearly sunk, the Phantom. We had no choice, but now we didn't have our BCs and thought there were no life jackets on board. Eric later claimed when we met with him that there were life jackets on board, but we did not know that and it was very hard to get back on the boat that nearly sunk. I was never so glad to be done diving in all my life.
During the week, Ra Divers handled our gear and lost Jack's integrated weight pockets. How they managed to do that, I have no idea. He was compensated for the loss. However, our gear was never where it was supposed to be in the morning or afternoon when we would go out to dive. There was confusion as to which boat we were to be on and our stuff was taken on and off boats several times after we did the hunt to find it. We also found out that a rude group of divers from Hawaii wanted the Bligh Explorer to themselves and made sure we were not on their boat. In fact, our gear was removed from the Explorer and put on the Phantom on the day it nearly sunk. Thank you, Hawaii! The Minnesota group didn't care if we dived with them and we're pretty good divers and nice people to boot.
TNot to end on a negative note, there were positives which came out of the diving experience. Bligh Waters is a wonderful place to dive. The corals and fish are thick and gorgeous. We saw some sharks and a turtle. The water was between 81-82. We learned some valuable lessons about safety - always make sure there are life jackets on board and take your snorkle on the boat, even if you don't dive with it. If you see a bad review about a dive operator, look into it and don't chalk it up to someone being too picky or just being a complainer. Best of all, we made some wonderful friends - Tammy and Jeff, Anna and Janay, Steve (aka George) and Cindy. And we have our own version of "Survivor Fiji" to tell about.
Best wishes to Wananavu - you should do your own dive operation so you can control it. You run such a great resort that I'm sure your own dive operation would be top-notch,too, too.

  • Stayed March 2010, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 15, 2010

Well worth the long & bumpy trip to get there, from the moment you walk in this place will blow you away. The people are so warm & friendly and the resort is stunning. I would highly recommend having a room with your own plunge pool, we used ours all hours of the night as the weather is so warm. The rooms are perfectly decorated and have everything you need. Even though the resort was nearly full, we felt like the only people there. The day trip over to the island for a "romantic lunch" was amazing. First time my partner and I had snorkelled and it was so much fun. The storms that rolled in over the mountains at night were magical to watch, best storms I've seen anywhere in my life. Wish we could go back soon.

Stayed December 2008, traveled as a couple
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Address: Volvoli Rd, Rakiraki, Viti Levu, Fiji
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Location: Fiji > Viti Levu > Rakiraki
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Bar / Lounge Beach Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Ranked #1 of 6 hotels in Rakiraki
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Hotel Class:4 star — Wananavu Beach Resort 4*
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The real Fiji! Perfect for romance; fabulous for diving excellent for culture. 34 deluxe bures nestled along the beach and amongst tropical gardens. A real island experience with mainland convenience. Only just over 2 hours from Nadi International Airport. Great food, fantastic staff, unparalleled views, world class diving & snorkeling; amazing village tours and a perfect wedding venue. This is a true Fijian experience and is, as the name suggests, Wananavu! ... more   less 
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