The main advantage of Toberua is that it is so small - only 15 bures. This means that all the staff know your name within hours of arrival (including the gardeners). We felt really welcome from the moment we set foot on the island, and that feeling lasted the whole time - it was a real wrench when our time on the island was up. The bures are very spacious and done in a fairly traditional style with great logs for the support timbers and a high steeply pitched ceiling. One very useful feature is the "scullery" yard which connects the beachside verandah to the bathroom - ideal for washing the sand of the feet and leaving all the swimming/snorkelling/diving gear to rinse and dry. The food was excellent, and although the FJ$150 per day seemed a bit dear, in reality it was not. Your $150 includes buffet breakfast, morning tea, three course lunch, afternoon tea and a four course dinner, with lunch and dinner having a choice of three main courses - fish, meat or vegetarian. The staff will come round the island to find you to take your order in advance of the meal, which might seem a bit odd to some people, but does have the advantage of meaning there is a lot less food wastage in the kitchen. The Saturday evening barbecue was perfectly catered - everyone had plenty to eat, and the only meat left at the end of the evening was one sausage and a small piece of steak.
What to do on the island? Despite the small size of the island there are plenty of things to keep you occupied both on and off the water - daily snorkelling trips to amazing nearby reefs, diving, sport fishing, hand-line fishing, sailing, kayaking, paddle-boarding, reef golf, path putting, tabletennis, pool, croquet, beach volleyball, and some excellent half day and day trips - visiting local villages, mangrove kayaking, visiting the local bird sanctuary island, picnic Island trip, Levuka day trip, shopping trips to Suva..... Except for the daily snorkelling trips any activity involving a power boat incurs a charge, but these are not excessive, and the non-powered water activities are all free - my wife and elder son spent most of our week sailing and paddle-boarding.
The whole friendly attitude of the island begins with the managers, Max and Sandy who are always to be seen around the island, asking everyone how they are, what they've enjoyed, suggesting stuff to do, chatting with guests at the bar, and generally making sure that every single guest is as happy as they could be.
The resort can have no better recommendation than in the number of returning guests they have - one American couple were on their 10th visit, and an Australian couple had been coming since 1983! And on the day we left there was a palpable excitement among the staff that arriving as we were leaving was a woman with her young baby who had first visited when she was a baby (and there were still staff who remember looking after her then).
We're definitely going to be returning.
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