Desfrute da hospitalidade inesquecível da vila e fique em nossos bangalôs tradicionais de estilo Fiji (Navures) em Navotua, Malakati e Naisisili na pitoresca ilha de Nacula. Estas são uma das poucas casas de férias em Fiji, localizadas em uma ilha muito atraente. Este é um projeto comunitário executado coletivamente por todos os aldeões. Procure uma experiência genuína, vença resorts turísticos clássicos em Yasawas.
TODAS AS TRÊS PENTES SÃO MUITO SIMILARES E OS BUNGALOWS EM TODAS AS VILAS SÃO PRÓXIMAMENTE IDENTICAS E NA PRAIA ABSOLUTADA. TODAS AS TARIFAS SÃO AS MESMAS E INCLUEM 3 AMPLIAS REFEIÇÕES POR DIA PARA TODOS OS PESSOAS NA SUA RESERVA. AMBOS PICK UP E DEIXAR POR UM PEQUENO BARCO DE FIBRA DE VIDRO DE SEU FERRY OU SEAPLANE PARA A VILA ESTÃO INCLUÍDOS NAS TAXAS (valor de até 140 FJD). Ignore qualquer aviso que este site possa mostrar em relação às refeições - não há nenhum custo adicional para as refeições. O pequeno-almoço tropical é servido fora em uma mesa com sombra, com vista para o oceano e as ilhas vizinhas. O almoço e o jantar são servidos todos os dias com uma família de aldeia diferente. Esta é uma oportunidade perfeita para conhecer todos nesta pequena aldeia amigável e sempre rindo. Mingle, interaja, aprenda, relaxe - todo o estilo local. Dica: não perca as nossas sessões de kava à noite.
O banheiro e as casas de banho em flash são muito limpas e não são compartilhadas com ninguém. A eletricidade não está disponível, mas é possível carregar seus dispositivos móveis no salão comunitário que possui um painel solar. A cobertura da rede (Vodafone) é boa.
Navotua é uma vila em uma ilha Nacula remoto. É essencial para se comunicar como e se você gostaria de ser pego pelo menos 48 horas antes da chegada.
Animais de estimação
Instalações na casa
Quartos disponíveis para reserva
Sobre a Área
Navotua e Malakati aldeias estão localizadas perto da famosa caverna do mar Sawa-i-Lau no norte remoto da ilha de Nacula intocada. Um par de pequenas ilhas ao largo da costa esperar para ser explorado.
O seu bungalow é em frente à praia absoluta. A praia de areia branca é impecável: limpo, amplo e acessível. O bangalô está discretamente localizado para que você irá desfrutar da sua privacidade completa sempre que você precisar.
Instalações na área local
Observe que cabe ao anfitrião adicionar o café da manhã leve no valor do quarto ou não. Todas as outras refeições podem ser cobradas a um custo adicional. As refeições e qualquer pagamento adicional devem ser combinados diretamente com seu anfitrião.
Incluido na estadia
- Café Da Manhã Simples
- Acesso à Cozinha
Disponível mediante solicitação a um custo adicional
- Pensão completa
Tipo de dieta oferecida
Regras da casa
Se você é um vegetariano, por favor nos avise. Como sinal de respeito, você deve trazer uma yagona (kava) raiz (não em pó) para apresentar sevusevu para a aldeia Chief. No Malakati, uma pequena doação em dinheiro deve acompanhar a sua sevusevu (US $ 10 é apropriado). Por favor, não use chapéu ou óculos de sol, caminhar pela vila (aldeia etiqueta Fiji standard). Sem nudez.
Não é permitido fumar.
Wir waren im Taven Homestay auf den Yasawa Inseln auf Nacula. Die Familie hat uns sehr herzlich aufgenommen und uns am Familienleben teilhaben lassen. Die herrlich am Strand gelegene Bure war gemütlich und liebevoll ausgestattet in herrlichem Garten mit Hängematte. Das Essen war lecker und frisch. Jeden Nachmittag gab es selbstgebackenen Kuchen. Wir lernten viel über das Leben auf der Insel und das Dorfleben konnten wir erkunden. Tauchen und schnorcheln wurde für uns organisiert. Der Abschied fiel uns sehr schwer, wir hoffen auf ein Wiedersehen.
If you are looking to experience true Fiji, this is the place to go! We stayed in Malakati Village in one of three bures with our 6 year old boy and it was true paradise. The children of the village are miraculous, and their happiness not measurable in words. The bure is simple, there is a shared shower and western toilet and we drank rainwater from a tank, very tasty! The ladies of the village cooked 3 meals per day for us and we ate together with their families Fiji-stlye on the floor. Please note though that there is not much diversity in food, rice & fish are the order of the day, so you might want to stock up on snacks from the mainland. We went diving at nearby Blue Lagoon Resort and snorkeling off the beach. The beach is finest white sand. Everything here is raw and unpolished and this is the way it should be if you are after an authentic experience. We stayed for 5 nights over New Years and celebrating with the village was a treat! Make sure you try and stay over either a Sunday or Tuesday, as this is when the village assembles at church and their singing is magical. The people of the village were very open and super friendly and we really got to spend time with them! Definitely a recommend, for ideally 3-4 days!
A good Fijian experience introduction. We've met some wonderful people and learned a lot from them. Thank you Mela for your wonderful baking and good conversations. Thanks to Taïma for introducing about the village habits and thanks to all the people who cooked and talked to us. Special thanks for the kava socializing with our neighbors and also for the coconuts for the kids from Jo. We cherish the time we spent in Navotua.
The 5 days solo vacation in Navotua village is a wonderful experience, I had lots of fun exploration during my staying here.
I was originally worry if no other tourist joins my booking dates before I arrive, the worry was totally unnecessary. There were 3 wonderful young couples from 3 different countries during my 5 days visiting, I was very lucky that I could join them for all kind of activities, beach walk, hermit crab race, mealtime visit, school visit and snorkeling.
Cave and honeymoon island boat ride was the highlight of day trip. I saw beautiful coral reefs and colorful fishes there.
Our Bures are east facing, we get the window view of beautiful sunrise every morning, ocean wind blows off the heat in daytime and evening, so no mosquito would bother us.
Mela is a wonderful cook, she prepared homemade breakfast for us every morning, we have coconut flavor steam bun, eve (not sure the spelling) cake, dinner rolls, scorn and donuts, they are so delicious. I even get to see how to prepare eve fruit for cooking, how to weave a mat and cook cassava. A village girl showed me where sand crab lives and where eve fruit comes from.
This is a beautiful and relax place for a different journey, not a modern place but shower and toilet are convenient, just show in daylight is better. if you like hiking, outdoor activity, you would love this place.
Thank you Mela, I had a memorable trip in Navotua village.
We stayed at Navotua for five days and it was a wonderful experience. Mela and the whole community were very welcoming, the food plentiful and delicious and the location absolutely breathtaking. Unfortunately I was ill because my stomach wasn't used to the food so I do recommend taking medication with you if you might have a sensitive stomach. Also, don't forget the mozzie spray and sunscreen. I took my two eighteen year old children with me and they quickly became part of the young people, singing well into the early hours of the morning! I fully recommend the visit and staying more than just a day or two. We've only been gone a day and miss them already! Moce, sota tale. Xx
It has been an amazing experience to be in the Village. We have been very happy being part of the local people. It is the perfect way to know the real life in Fiji. The meals were delicious. I don't have enough words to describe how nice is the people from Navotua Village.
We stayed with Mela for a week in July this year. It was an amazing experience. Mela and her family were so welcoming and our kids loved playing with the other village children and going to spend some time in the school. The Bures are in a great position right by the beach and are clean but basic. The beach and lagoon are lovely - easy swimming for the children and great coral if you venture out a bit further. I really enjoyed exploring the reef and saw lots of fish, some reef sharks and a few Rays. Mela arranged for us to visit cave island and honeymoon island - a short boat ride to both. Would recommend both very highly. The caves are pretty impressive and honeymoon island is beautiful with really excellent snorkelling just off the beach.
The villagers were very welcoming and visiting different houses for meals was great. They also showed us around their gardens where they grow most of the food. If you want to escape the resorts and have a true Fijian experience then this is definitely for you. We would recommend staying for at least 4 nights to get a feel for the village and because it does take a while to get there. The food was tasty and filling - we did drink the water but if you are worried check out "water to go" which is a drinking bottle that filters everything including bacteria and viruses. It saves on the dreaded plastic. We loved our time and hope to be back one day. Vinaka!!!
Mela and her family were very welcoming and accomadating. Everyone in the village were so friendly and I had the most amazing time. The bure overlooked the beach and it was beautiful. Thank you!
Mela and all of the people in her Village won our hearts. We spent our five day stay immersed in Village life. Friendly smiling faces young and old greeted us each day.... Bula Bula. The experience was also shared with other travelers who were staying there, which just expanded the experience. Keep an open mind and get amongst the people, you'll be made welcome and learn so much about their culture and beliefs. Do yourself a favour and visit, and please take useful gifts to share, they are much appreciated. I'm planning on saving to visit again.
Thank you for hosting us Mela ..... you're a lovely warm person, and we loved staying with your community.
Carolyn and Tai Lyn XXX
They say the people make the place and nothing is truer when it comes to navotua village. The scenery is spectacular, the food is fresh, locally grown and plentiful (they will fatten you up as much as possible :) ) but above all of the beauty, the peace and quiet and Robinson Crusoe feel it's truly the people that make this place so special. We were welcomed with open arms into their community and the highlight of everyday was chatting with the villagers about their lives and ours, playing with the children and drinking kava late into the night. This place is all about back to basics, beautiful scenery, beautiful food and beautiful people. There is no electricity and it is pretty hot but if you need to cool down walk 10 Metres to the beach and cool off. You can go to the local caves, go hiking or have a picnic on your own private island (definately a memorable valentines day) we were welcomed into the church on Sunday regardless of your views and heard the singing and sermons drift across the island. All in all the only bad thing I can say about our time here is that we had to leave. There we're genuine tears (mostly mine). The other thing id like to point out Is that unlike other places in Fiji all of your money here stays in the community. Come, enjoy, live and love in navotua. A truly magical place.
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