Dravuni Island is one of those little patches of paradise. It has a population of a mere 150 or so, but it swells to the size of a small town when cruise ships call. Situated in the Fijian island group of Kadavu, south of the main island of Viti Levu, it is an unspoilt, tiny tropical island measuring 2 kilometres long by about 0.5 kilometres wide. You could walk around it in no time, save for the rocky cliffs that come right down to the shore at both ends. You can, however, walk to its summit if you fancy a not-so-tough hike on a hot day.
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Dravuni Island features shore excursions that cover an array of landmarks, activities and experience.
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Even if you've done it many times before in other destinations, Dravuni Island snorkeling offers a different experience. Being a more remote locale, the waters surrounding Dravuni Island are relatively unspoiled and are home to a wide variety of sea life.
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Popular Itineraries: Dravuni Island Cruise Reviews
Sail Date: Apr 2018
A nice slice of island life on this small pristine island. The island has only just over 300 inhabitants. The village school is worth a look as is the walk to the islands highest point. Again swimming and...Read More
Sail Date: Apr 2017
It rained on and off and snorkelling not great but OK. Village was good to walk around and it was a true pacific island feel. There were souvenir stalls and once again could not walk past a 1 hr massage for...Read More
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Sail Date: Nov 2016
The highlight of our cruise. A piece of paradise, gentle breeze, warn seas, sandy beach with plenty of shade, good snorkeling over coral with abundant sea life. The locals were offering a boat ride around the Island...Read More
Sail Date: Sep 2016
A very small Island with a lovely community. Tried a very fresh coconut, sat on logs on a white sand beach and experienced a massage. We thought it should have been coconut oil but it took 3 showers to wash away...Read More
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