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Got the basics, Fiji style

Good place to stock up if you've arrived by yacht. Some things are surprisingly cheap, and some... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2018
PebblesNewZealand
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Porirua, New Zealand
Return to ancient

We took the transport provided by Patterson. The package is bus from Suva center, ferry to island... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2018
LilyChak
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Auckland, New Zealand
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Reviewed 26 August 2018

Good place to stock up if you've arrived by yacht. Some things are surprisingly cheap, and some expensive - don't except European food here until you pay top dollar. Bread is very, very fresh. Can buy alcohol here too.

Thank PebblesNewZealand
Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

We took the transport provided by Patterson. The package is bus from Suva center, ferry to island Levuka and bus to Levuka Town center. I've booked the package for six adults and three children on their website and the email answered that has booked, just...More

Thank LilyChak
Reviewed 17 April 2018

The town itself very scenic as the main road hugs the coastline. Most of the buildings are historic and have been restored really well. There are very few tourist facilities a few restaurants, no bars or tat shops. Cyclone Winston caused a lot of damage...More

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 26 March 2018 via mobile

Enjoyed a very much laid back atmosphere, what the Old Capital of Fiji has to offer. Colonial buildings still exists however not maintained, but didn't mind much, hence my topic. For shopping experience can be done in Suva City. Levuka offers a relaxed, safe friendly...More

Thank katarines2017
Reviewed 14 March 2018

Given a UNESCO world heritage site status in 2013, it is remarkable that the Municipality has allowed the town being so neglected. the houses are poorly maintained and the whole street looks lite a typical run down town in any poor country. We would say...More

Thank 822johan
Reviewed 16 January 2018 via mobile

An historical town or colonial town levuka, this is an old capital of Fiji and it's heritage town , most of the buildings are regarded as heritance and it's safe guard by the govt of Fiji One can really enjoy going around the town.n see...More

Thank wencyn2017
Reviewed 1 December 2017

If you want to see how life is in the South Pacific without all the tourists around, then this is the place to go. They have very few tourists come to the area, and tour ships only come once every 3 weeks, so the rest...More

Thank salupm1
Reviewed 30 November 2017

Definitely a trip worth doing once in your life if you love/live in Fiji. Steeped in history. Need to spend only a few days tho. And be prepared for scents that linger!! Our guard/guide dogs were a highlight. Royal Hotel was fun. Northern Air provided...More

Thank FeejeeJ9
Reviewed 13 November 2017

A really nice port town. A really quaint historic town filled with lovely friendly people and well worth a visit in Fiji.

Thank jwakamd
Reviewed 27 October 2017

This is my hometown and I haven't been here in 20 years. Most of the old buildings are still the same. The devastation of cyclone Winston still left its mark on this beautiful town but this hasn't taken away the friendliness and resilience of the...More

Thank kaifiji
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