"A low key, eco friendly resort"
The absolute best thing about the whole experience was the Fijian staff. What a group of dedicated, friendly, happy go lucky and talented bunch. Because it was low season, we felt like it was almost like staying at a village. There were only ever around 6-12 guests on the Island at once. All the others were day trippers. This meant we got to see several dancing shows, eat lovo four times and snorkel every day, along with the day guests. When they went home we relaxed with the staff, played music, drank kava and had lots of time to get to know them. They went out of their way constantly to make us feel at home and an "islander", making special drinks, setting dinner with white tablecloths, frangipani and hibiscus, gathering coconuts from trees for us to drink, and generally just treating us so well. I loved it all and am in awe of the staff's versatility in waiting tables, talented dancing, driving the boats, fire eating, walking over hot stones, speaking English so well, massaging and running the whole show.
leanne from Cairns, Australia