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Vulaga, Fiji

Situated on the far southeastern fringe of Fiji, Vulaga Island, also known as "Fulaga," is part of the Southern Lau Group of islands. Vulaga is renowned for its rich cultural heritage, evident in its traditional handicrafts, which include intricate woodcarvings, exquisite weaving, and ornate woven ropes. The island's inhabitants are masters in the creation of outrigger canoes and are particularly celebrated for their hand-carved, wooden bowls. These bowls hold a special place in the heart of Fijian culture, serving as vessels during kava (locally known as Yaqona) ceremonies. Life on Vulaga unfolds at a tranquil pace, and the islanders are renowned for their hospitality and warmth, offering visitors a unique glimpse into the serene Fijian way of life.

The beauty of Vulaga extends beyond its shores to its lagoon area, famed for its crystal-clear waters and thriving coral reefs. Unique mushroom-shaped rocks punctuate the lagoon, adding to the island's captivating charm.

Village Visit

Immerse yourself in the local culture with a visit to the picturesque village of Monothaki.

Zodiac Cruise and Snorkeling
Experience the mesmerizing beauty of the lagoon on a Zodiac cruise, followed by a snorkeling adventure in the lagoon.

Snorkeling & Scuba Diving

Dive into the clear waters for a close encounter with the vibrant marine life that inhabits Vulaga's underwater world.

*Conditions subject to change