A small resort, Nanuya Island Resort has only eight Bures and four Deluxe Villas. The Traditional Bures are set amongst the trees overlooking the lagoon in a natural setting surrounded by local flora and fauna. Each Bure can accommodate up to two people and has its own private bathroom. The spacious Deluxe Villas are sat amongst the coconut palms, close to the main complex and only a short walk to the beach. Each Villa is ensuite and can accommodate up to four people.
There is on-site dining at Nanuya Island Resort at the Taba Restaurant. The cuisine at Taba is designed to cater to all different tastes and on offer is delicious a la carte all day and evening menus. There are also themed dinners and entertainment at particular times. Taba restaurant uses local produce to create dishes from European to Fijian, Indian and Asian.
There are many activities to partake in at Nanuya Island Resort including snorkelling, SCUBA diving, fish feeding, kayaking and fishing. Or if you are interested in the local culture guided village visits can be arranged where you can see how the Fijians live and meet the chief with the traditional Kava ceremony. Alternatively you can just relax on the beautiful white sandy beaches and let your cares drift away.