Luvuka is located in Liku Bay on Naviti Island, slightly north of Narara Island in the Yasawa Group of islands. The Yasawa Group consists of six main islands and numerous smaller inlets and is positioned within one of Fiji’s premier island resort localities. The Group enjoys drier weather than other parts of the country and has beautiful scenery with white sandy beaches and lagoons.
This incredible site is located on the Western side of Naviti island that is part of the world famous Yasawa Islands.
The Yasawa Islands currently house international rated and world acclaimed Turtle Island Resort and Yasawa Lodge, both 5 & 6 star destinations.
Luvuka offers superior beach and marine features together with unspoiled tropical forest and natural spring water and foliage. Tropical fruit trees such as mangos, papayas, guava, oranges, mandarins, lemons, coconut, breadfruit, melons and pineapples; all growing wild in this tropical paradise.
The property in question is 160 acres of which a large percentage is flat with the balance undulating to steep, with high points up to 100m elevation.
Cast over the deep blue Pacific Ocean west of Fiji’s main islands, a magnificent daily backdrop of extravagant and awe inspiring sunsets.
Surrounding island resorts within the Group include Navutu Stars Resort, Nanuya Island Resort, Turtle Island and Yasawa lodge.
Luvuka is an excellent location and offers a diverse development plan offering outstanding un-touched, crisp white beach frontage, lush tropical bush and good elevation close in behind for alternative building platforms.
Luvuka is in a prime Fiji location and the natural terrain is conducive to tourism development.
Average temperatures on Naviti island range from 25 to 27 degrees (with a 2-4 degree variance in the cooler months).
The main mode of transport to the island is by helicopter, sea plane or by boat. From Nadi International Airport it is just a scenic 20-25 minute flight. Helicopter transfer is also available from Denarau Island. Marine transfer by the Yasawa Flyer is approximately 3 ½ hours, operating a daily route to the Yasawa Group from port Denarau.
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