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This island is a great place to visit if you want to meet the locals. Everyone was friendly and wanted to know a bit about you. We had young kids on the beach making sand castles with our family. When went for a walk along...More
Arrived here very sick from some dodgy food at another island and staff took one look at me and put me straight into private room even though I had paid for a dorm. Staff are so friendly and could not have done enough for me!...More
Staying in Wayalailai is a must do experience when hopping around the Yasawas. Staff were excellent to my girlfriend who was feeling unwell on our arrival. Really great experience, ate some traditional food they cooked in an underground bbq took part in a Kava ceremony....More
We had no running water while we were there which was frustrating at times. No internet but it was nice to disconnect from the world. Very chilled and spent most of my time in a hammock. Sunset walk is a MUST with a great tour...More
This was the second to last stop on our 7 day trip to Fiji. These guys couldn't have been more friendly, completely village run, Waya Lailai is a lovely spot. Sarah allocated us the Bures as another group wanted the dorms. The night's entertainment was...More