Leleuvia Island Resort Fiji

Leleuvia Island is a small coral island located south of Ovalau in a sea area known as Moturiki Passage. Leleuvia is the perfect place for anybody who wants to get away from the troubles of the world.

The island is a gem, without a doubt one of the most beautiful islands in all of Fiji. Long, endless white beaches surrounded by palm trees and the turquoise blue sea. The cliché of the south seas par excellence. That’s what most travelers to Fiji look for. Come, unwind, relax, swim, snorkel and dive in this pristine beautiful environment.

palm fringed beach leleuvia

Leleuvia is an alluvial coral island that is just 17 acres in size and rises little more than two to three feet above the sea depending on the tide. The interior of the island is covered by jungle through which several paths lead for those who want to explore the interior.

At low tide you can walk around the island in about 20 minutes,  that’s how big the island is. Leleuvia Island is what you imagine when you think of a South Pacific Island Paradise. Once there, you will find it very difficult to leave again.

Leleuvia Beach

What to do on Leleuvia Island

You don’t have to do anything, but if you feel for it you may relax on the beach and when you are hot enough just take a dip in the crystal clear waters. Snorkel, and see fish and coral just off the beach of the island, or join a boat trip out for an even better snorkeling or scuba diving trip to one of the reefs in Moturiki Passage.

Healthy, colorful hard, and soft coral reefs teeming with fish can be explored.

In the afternoons play a volleyball game with the locals or watch the sunset with a cold Fiji Bitter. After dinner join the staff around the Kawa bowl (Tanoa) and listen to their Fijian songs or sit around a bonfire on the beach with friends and watch the stars in a clear sky. You will never want to leave this island.

  • Snorkel straight from the beach.
  • Check out our coral farm and coral garden and see beautiful Leleuvia’s marine life.
  • Try out Stand Up Paddling, this is fun. There are also kayaks for you to use.
  • Go for a walk around the island, enjoy nature, watch birds.
  • At low tide, you can explore the tidal flat and see interesting marine life.
  • Scuba Diving – can be arranged if booked in advance
  • Day trips to Levuka, Fiji’s first capital to visit the historical sites.

Uluibau Moturiki

On Sundays, Leleuvia is offering trips to Uluibau on the nearby island of Moturiki, where you’ll have the opportunity to join the church service and experience a Sunday in a traditional Fijian village. The singing of the choir is a real treat for the ear and afterward have lunch – and that’s the treat for the stomach – shortly: enjoy village hospitality.

Accommodation on Leleuvia Island

There are two different types of accommodation on the island: the Bures in which 2 to 4 people can sleep and the and dormitories which are suitable for groups or single travelers. There are two dormitories that sleep 16 each.

The Bures Dormitories are built along the eastern beach so the trade winds can ensure a pleasantly cool climate.

All accommodations are traditionally built, they don’t have air conditioning. The walls are made of woven bamboo and the roofs are made of panda nut leaves.

All beds have mosquito nets, linens are provided and rooms are serviced every day.

What’s There To Eat On Leleuvia

The daily meal plan is compulsory. A continental breakfast is served, lunch and dinner consist of a combination of European, Chinese and traditional Fijian dishes.

Food is prepared from e.g. seafood, fresh fish, chicken, pork, noodles, rice, taro, tapioca, seasonal vegetables and fruit.

If you have to eat on special diets, vegetarian or vegan, please let the kitchen know so that appropriate meals can be prepared on request.

Barbeque and Lovo (Fijian earth oven) is done regularly.

The bar sells alcohol, soft drinks, water, cigarettes, snacks…

How To Get To Leleuvia

Leleuvia is located east of the main island Viti Levu/northeast of the capital Suva in a sea area called the Moturiki Passage. Getting to Leleuvia Island Resort is easy, it takes only about 2 hours to travel by car and boat from Suva.

The boat journey to Leleuvia is about 40 minutes, boats depart from Bau landing. Bau Landing is a 40-minute drive from Suva or about 10 minutes from Suva (Nausori) Airport.

For Rates, More Information, and Bookings go to Leleuvia.com


Tel: (+679) 838 4365
Leleuvia Island, PO, Levuka, Fiji Islands