Nukulevu Island Resort

Nukulevu Island Eco Resort is located on the island of Nukulevu, in beautiful Natovi Bay. Nuku is the Fijian word for beach and Levu means big.

Nukulevu Island with its lush tropical vegetation, long beach, and warm tropical sea makes this nature retreat an ideal destination for a relaxing stay close to nature. Nukulevu Island is still an insider tip for those looking for a really affordable island stay in Fiji.

Nukulevu is one of the cheapest islands to visit as a backpacker in Fiji. There is no luxury here and no superfluous facilities for comfort, but pristine nature and everything that is really needed for life. Accommodation is in reasonably priced, rustic bures or safari tents.

What to do on Nukulevu Island

Those in need of a wide range of organized activities may be better off at one of Fiji’s larger resort properties. Nukulau is for those who want to find nature, seek peace and appreciate the simplicity of life.

The forest on the island invites you to explore flora and fauna. There are several paths that zigzag through the island.

Relax on the beach, swim and snorkel in the tropical Pacific, paddle the kayaks around the island, or practice stand-up paddling and watch the reefs from above.

In the evening, a campfire might invite you to chat with new friends or chill on the beach and marvel at the awesome starry sky of the South Seas.


  • Enjoy the sea, swim in the warm water
  • Snorkel over the coral and discover colorful tropical fish and interesting sea creatures
  • Grab a stand-up paddleboard and paddle along the beach and over the colorful reefs
  • Paddle around with a sea kayak to explore the island’s coast
  • Fish from the beach
  • Explore the island’s nature, discover tropical plants and native birds
  • Just enjoy nature and find your way back to the really important things in life
  • If you happen to stay on Sunday you can attend a local Fijian service where you will be amazed by the enthusiastic Fijian singing voices.

If all this is not enough for you, further activities can be organized. For example:

  • Dolphin watching tour at Moon Reef, 20 km away, by boat
  • Hiking up through the jungle to Tova peak in Nakorotubu, Ra district
  • If you haven’t already been there, take a trip to the historic port city of Levuka and do a town tour

For the additional activities that are not free but have to be booked, it is best to ask your host for details.

Accommodation on Nukulevu Island

At the moment there are two types of accommodation on the island. There is dormitory accommodation and safari tents to stay in. The accommodation is simple but spacious and comfortable, and offers everything you need! Mosquito nets are available.

You are also welcome to bring your own tent and camp.

Showers and toilets are shared.

What’s There To Eat On Nukulevu Island

There is a large dining area with a basic kitchen and refrigerator. Electricity to charge your phones and other devices.

Meal packages can be booked. Filtered drinking water is available free of charge. You may bring food and use the kitchen facilities to do your own cooking.

Other non-alcoholic beverages can be bought. If you would like to drink a beer or wine, you should bring it with you to the island. We do not have an alcohol license and therefore do not sell alcoholic beverages.

How Much Is It To Stay On This Island In Fiji

The stay on the small private island on the edge of the Lomaiviti group is very affordable, it is probably one of the cheapest islands in Fiji to stay at.

Day trips to Nukulevu include return boat transfers from Natovi Jetty., lunch, and kayaks.
F$65 per person
F$45 children under 12,

Camping and dorm accommodation on the Island
Tent: F$30pp
Own tent F$20 pp
Dorms: F$40pp
3-meal package F$75 Adult, under 12F $55
F$60 return boat transfers from Natovi, F$40 under 12.

How To Get To Nukulevu Island

Nukulevu Island is just a short trip from Suva in Natovi Bay where Natovi Landing is located from which interisland ferries depart to Vanua Levu and Ovalau.

Please note that you have to organize your own transport to Natovi Jetty. The best way to do this is either from Levuka or from Suva by buying a ticket from one of the companies that run the ferry from Suva to Levuka. Just say you only need transport to Natovi.

Once at Natovi Jetty, the island boat will pick you up and take you to the island. Transport from Natovi Landing on Viti Levu to and from Nukulevu is F$ 40 return.

For Rates, Bookings or More Information contact your host Suzie on: 

Phone: (+679)  959 2864 or 741 7032 or


Nukulevu Island
c/o Old Capital Inn,
Beach Street
Levuka, Fiji Islands

Additional Info

The small resort on Nukulevu is a small locally owned venture run by Suzie who also runs the Old Capital Inn in Levuka.

It supports local small businesses, farmers, and fishermen,  our guests are encouraged to do the same. We buy organic and farm direct whenever possible. Most of the food served comes from within a five-kilometer radius of the island.

We use Solar Power where we can and this is supplemented by a diesel-run generator when necessary.

We avoid waste as much as possible. Anything that can be reused is recycled or put on the compost to become organic fertilizer. Please avoid plastic waste.

Our organic vegetable garden between the accommodation area and the tropical forest grows pineapple, papaya, passion fruit, coconut, banana, tomato, beans, cucumber, eggplant, pumpkin, spinach, and more.

Our future plan is an organic permaculture farm with laying hens (no rooster – makes too much noise) that provide fresh organic eggs daily.

All of our friendly staff hail from the surrounding villages on the neighboring island and ensure you have a unique experience of Fijian hospitality away from the crowds.

If this is something for you then pay us a visit for an authentic Fiji island experience!

Kayaks and Stand-Up paddle boards are free to use


View across to Viti Levu