This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in South Sea Island.
South Sea Island, Fiji, is a very small island belonging to the Mamanuca Islands, an island group of the Republic of Fiji. The Mamanuca Islands are west of the main island Viti Levu. In order to get an impression of the geographical location, Solevu, one of the biggest towns of the Mamanuca Islands, is approximately twenty-eight kilometres west of Nadi. Most international airlines fly to Nadi, the biggest transport hub of the country. Usually, local transport buses or travel agencies take you to resort you want to go. If you are an independent traveler, take a ride to Denarau; the terminal in Denarau offers ferries to the Mamanuca Islands. Since the official language is English, it is easy to get around and organize things on your own. South Sea Island is one of the gems of the Mamanuca Islands. It is a perfect getaway and gives you what you expect from a tropical paradise.
The island is tiny, and limited South Sea Island, Fiji hostels are available. Your South Sea Island, Fiji hostel is not a typical hostel as you know it from all around the world; it is more like a resort offering many activities and an excellent view. The location of your hostel in South Sea Island, Fiji, is marvelous and you will definitely remember your stay on this beautiful tropical island.
On the island, you can try out different water sports. Explore the region on your own -- sailing and kayaking are available. Snorkel in the warm waters and watch the colourful marine life. If you are into diving or you just want to learn it, there are experienced instructors on the island to teach you and to show you the most interesting spots. Alternatively, try out the salt-water swimming pool or just relax in the sun. Since the island is tiny and rather remote, there are no tourist masses and you can easily get away from the hustle and bustle of a big city.
Written by local enthusiast for South Sea Island hostelsFlo