What to bring
Our rates are "packaged" as follows:
F$150.00 (Fiji dollars) per person per night. This
includes accommodation, 3 daily meals, in-between snacks,
daily boat trip to surf Frigates Reef, beachfront
snorkelling in "no take" marine park, village tour if
interested, Fijian lovo (hungi) night or just RELAX and pick
We would love to be able to offer
discounts but we can not do that as yet. We complement that
with village tour and free snorkelling. Some guests
bring their own snorkelling gear, whilst we have ours too.
|The other costs are the transfers from Pacific Harbour to
Usually we charge per person F$25.00 one
way or $50 return however if there is a group, the group is
charged $120.00 both way. A group would be 3 persons and
above, maximum 8.
|Transfers to and from Nadi
For guests who want us to
pick them up at Nadi, the costs is F$120.00 maximum 4
or 8 people, that is for one way - we usually hire vehicles
for this. Return trip is F$240.00
If you come in as a group of say 10, we can then offer discount
of 10% per person per night.
We have private rooms available. We do not have a dorm
anymore, however we have shared facilities for 3 rooms that
sleeps 3 to 4 people and 2 bure with own facilities.
Hope I have helped you with your planning. Tell us what is
We also ask guests who decide to stay with us to pay a 50%
Phone: (++679 360 9061) or try (++679) 997 8958
In case of difficulties, please call Taito Tabaleka on (++679)
336 1281 or (++679) 992
Prices are subject to change.
Beer and wine tab is
separate. BYO spirits is welcome.
You must arrange your own comprehensive travel insurance.
Land transfer Nadi airport/ Deuba wharf return can be arranged
by us or you can arrange it yourself. Land transfer fare depends
on number in group. We will quote you when you book.
If you are in Fiji, don't leave it too late for BOOKING
ENQUIRIES as we can often be 'full' due to
increasing demand by 'groups'. Please phone us first. Minimum stay
is seven days but in some rare instances you might get to stay a
shorter time. Just ask.
What to bring
Surfboards: It would be imprudent to state particular
board lengths as surfers ride such a variety of refined equipment.
Bring boards that will handle significantly more power, like an
Indonesian wave. We recommend taking at least three surfboards :
one you surf small waves on at home, the other two can be slightly
longer, depending on your experience, size, weight and height.
These two boards are more likely to be surfed in larger waves
which could snap one, so the second is a back up.
Other stuff: waterproof sunscreen and lipscreen, rash
vest, shortjohn wetsuit, reef boots, wide-brimmed hat, warm
clothing for evening/winter, towels, water-resistant backpack for
cameras/clothes/accessories in the boat, complete first-aid kit
for reef cuts, small flashlight (torch) and spare batteries,
personal toiletries, insect repellent.
For more information go to our FREQUENTLY