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Yasawa Homestays(Nacula Island)
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Reviewed 15 January 2018

Great way to end or start a Yasawa Island trip, but then you'll never want to leave! I was lucky enough to have a beautiful bure right in front of the beach, just a few steps to have that swim after a swing in the hammock. The room was clean and comfortable, with a massive bed, fridge, fan and its own ensuite. Staff went out of their way to make me feel welcome, they were very friendly, accomodating - plus provided me with 3 delicious meals a day. I never went away hungry! This price was included with the accomodation, so it was fantastic value for money. Activities were also at an amazing price, so you could afford to swim in the limestone caves, snorkel in the Blue Lagoon, and still be able to go for a fish (or 2 like me I so much fun out in the boat). You could also go on village visits and diving but I'll have to do on my next trip there, & I will be back! But after exploring the lovely coastside and enjoying the spectacular dusks & dawns - time just seems to melt away here.

  • Stayed: January 2018, travelled solo
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Reviewed 8 January 2018

This was our first island stop and also the furthest away from the port. While it is pretty simple accommodation, the rooms and amenities are cleaned regularly.

We didn't think that we had a bathroom in our room which wasn't a big deal as our hut was right next to the toilet/shower block. However, while at the toilet block a friendly member of staff showed us that we had our own bathroom. We felt a little silly but there was a bathroom in our room, we just had to go into the closet to find it! The showers in the toilet block only lock from the outside which is a little inconvenient.

The food was a bit hit and miss. You get what you are given unless you have a dietary need. You will definitely be eating a lot of rice.

Snorkelling at Paradise Cove and the caving trip are both worth the money and I would recommend highly.

If you wander up the beach there is a little cake shop that serves cake and coffee between 3-5pm. It's quite cheap and a good snack between lunch and dinner.

  • Stayed: December 2017, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 14 November 2017 via mobile

This lodge is the furtherest from the port but I strongly suggest you start or finish here life we did. The facilities are much better than most if not all the one coconut lodges. Food was a three course style for dinner, buffet for breakfast and a large plate of food for lunch. Staff don't say much again I get a feeling that all the people on the islands are pretty over having new people arrive in their paradise everyday. We didn't pre pay for anything before heading to the yaswas and I think this worked out better as a lot of people with vouchers missed out on their trips due to numerous reasons. Just take extra money and pay the resort directly that way you know that you will get to do each activity.
We would definently come back here if we visited the Yasawas again.
The tea house is an experience but don't expect to much. Very basic but great little village buisness, we bought a coconut to drink and it only cost $4

Stayed: November 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Rissa609
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Reviewed 28 October 2017

Nabua was our fist stop on the Yasawas. We were greeted by Ben and Roussi on the boat, who instantly had us in giggles. As we approached Nabua, it just hinted paradise, with its cream buildings and thatched roofs, a sun deck and Palm trees.
We arrived to food on the table which was lush especially after a 4 1/2 hour boat ride. The staff were so friendly, we Bula danced every night and they really looked after us. Lulu took us on a few village/ church trips which was lovely to see how much he loved where he came from. The boys were greatful as he went out of his way to get the local rugby teams tops for them. Our main highlight was visiting the tea lady, a 5 min walk from the resort, freshly baked cake and tea overlooking the ocean.
Th resort was well organised and clean, and the only place we could refill water for free. I would recommend this resort for a first stop!
Loved it, going back again next year!

  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Arrived here after we had stayed at very good resorts and done a lot. So we experinced this place as a little bit boring. The staff were frendly and the food was good. But there snorkeling outside the resort were bad. It was also not a good beach for swimming. Works as a short stop, but would not stay more than 2 nights.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled with friends
Thank mathilda p
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