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Where to next?

Seattle, Washington
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Where to next?

My wife and I are celebrating our honeymoon later this month. We will be spending some time (3-4 days) at Matamanoa and Octopus, any recommendations on where to go next? We have 4-5 days before we need to get back to Nadi.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!


Hervey Bay...
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1. Re: Where to next?

Nanuya Island Resort - love it there, is a small boutique resort perfect for a honeymoon.

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2. Re: Where to next?

I'll second Nanuya, but if they're booked out (as your honeymoon is this month), try Blue Lagoon Resort or maybe Viwa Resort.

Bellingen, Australia
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3. Re: Where to next?

agree with Bay Sydney3 Nanuya or Blue Lagoon Beach resort or maybe Navini very small and very special.

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4. Re: Where to next?

Blue Lagoon Beach Resort has my vote.

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5. Re: Where to next?

If you cannot do Nanuya, recommend Botaira as it is just as boutique. Haven't been to Botaira, but HOF from Coffs highly recommends it.

Drop Fiona an email at:

reservations@nanuyafiji.com to check availability


Edited: 11:22 pm, August 05, 2010
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