With the world seemingly awash with travellers looking for that elusive paradise, it’s great when you come across somewhere called Paradise and e that lives up to its name and reputation.
Paradise Taveuni is just north of Vuna Point at the southern end of Taveuni, known as the garden island, an island north of Fiji’s main island with Paradise located in one of the island’s most beautiful areas.
Paradise offers impressive sea and sunset views and plenty of strategically placed hammocks and sun lounges from which to enjoy them, with the bures and new vales an incredible way to experience Fiji, with Paradise now offering 16 accommodation choices, including; Oceanfront Bures, Tropical Bures, new air-conditioned Oceanfront Vales and also a really great restaurant.
Paradise also has wonderful staff that give a great insight into Fijian culture and the wonderful mystic islands of Fiji.
Much of Taveuni’s coastline is rugged and set against some of Fiji’s highest peaks, offering some of the best views in Fiji and making Taveuni a great hiking destination.
Covered in coconut trees and tropical rainforest, the volcanic soil makes Taveuni one of Fiji’s most fertile areas and while the northeast of Taveuni is fringed by reefs, the southwest has deep water close to shore, with Rainbow Reef and Vuna Reef just a short boat ride away, Paradise Taveuni offers some of the best diving in the world.
Fiji, also known for being the soft coral capital of the world, will give some of the most memorable dives exploring astounding soft corals and diverse marine life, all on the world-famous Somosomo Strait, with over 40 sites on hand like The Great White Wall, Orgasm, The Zoo and many more dive sites.
I met Terri Gortan from Paradise at the recent Fijian Tourism Expo and to hear what she had to tell me about her Paradise, click on the video box below.
Written by John Alwyn-Jones