Bure Vonu is boutique accommodation on the Coral Coast close to Sigatoka Town. We are a beach front property of one & half acres. The bure has a private entrance off Beach Rd & is fully self contained. We provide snorkelling gear/beach towels. We also do horse treks for experienced & inexperienced riders along the beach or through the mountains. We organise trips to the local horse races every Thursday. There are restaurants nearby & Cafe Planet, a very good coffee shop.
“Bure Vonu is a great place to stay if you're wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of life. Set in a lovely location, a short walk from the beach it definitely is a good place to go and relax and recharge. The place was very clean and Save was very hospitable and friendly. Basic amenities were provided and it was in walking distance of a few eateries. (Otherwise you can always do your shopping and prepare your meals). Will definitely go back.”
We are close to Nadi Town (10 mins walk) & Nadi Aiport (15 mins drive). Close to Bus & Taxi Station and Restaurant. Pick & Drop to & from Nadi Airport is FREE. PORTABLE Wi-Fi is FREE (unlimited usage). However, transfer from our place to Port Denarau at FJD $20, & vice versa. Transfer to any locations can be done at a cost. Pls enquire. Breakfast - FJD $15/person & Dinner - FJD $20/person can be provided, upon request. Shared laundry is provided but at FJD $10/load. We have a pet Cat.
“Stayed here for 5 nights while attending a workshop near the airport. Zibran was kind enough to drive me to the meeting venue every morning for a very reasonable fee! However airport transfers were free :) The pocket wifi was especially handy and the internet was very fast. Fully equipped kitchen! I had fun cooking my own meals, all I had to provide were the ingredients, the kitchen came with everything else! A little workspace was available with power outlets. Hot water in the shower was very nice since it was raining and cold during my stay. I had my own set of keys and private entrance so I did not have to disturb the hosts whenever returning home late. The home is in a very quiet neighbourhood and I found myself sleeping in due to its quiet and peaceful surroundings. Public transport is a fair bit of walking distance away but the hosts are happy to call a taxi for you and the taxi fares are not that high to get into the main Nadi town. Less than $5 to the market and Nadi Bus Stand. Zibran was a very helpful and considerate host and chatting with him every morning was a good start to my day. Thanks bro. Will definitely stay here again.”
Cola Vina or Bula Vinaka (Hello in Yasawan and Fijian) and welcome to Nanuya Lailai Island in Fiji. My name is Terry. My family and I invite you to stay at our beach homestay called Vunidaka, named after the shade trees in our garden. Bula means ‘hello’ and also ‘life’. So come and experience real Fijian life on an island with only 50 inhabitants. We have more beaches than streets and more coconut trees than worries.
“We'd spent 2 nights with Terry and her family, and everything was much better than expected (excepting for the toilet that wasn't really clean at any time). The food was outstanding. We've enjoyed every single meal (best of the 3 islands we've been) The hut was located in front of the beach and although it doesn't have any fan or of course aircon, we've been able to enjoy the breeze of the ocean. They provide you with solar chargers and in the night they turn on the generator so you can charge your devices. The beach in that side of the island is quite wavy and not clear, but there's a nice walk (25 mins) to the other side where you'll find a little shop in the resort and the blue lagoon, where the water is beautiful and clear blue, and if you are lucky and find a cruise you might be even able to connect to their WiFi. The only thing that wasn't advised and upseted us a little bit is that you have to pay extra for the pick up from the boat But we definitely recommend Vanudaka and the stay with Terry and her family. Luna and Nick”