Taveuni is the third-biggest island in Fiji, Viti Levu being first and Vanua Levu, second. In excess of 33% of the Island is ensured by backwoods hold and the Bouma National Heritage Park and a broad marine park at Waitabu which is home to Eel Reef and the Great While Wall.
Taveuni Island isn’t a paradise just for the rich and the wealthy. It accommodates the backpacker too. There is plenty of moderately priced houses and cottages to stay, with supercheap dwellings also there on the fringes.
The picture perfect Fiji islands offer a variety of thrill-a-minute dive destinations that will take you underwater to explore the realm of aquamarine life in Fiji.