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Nacula Island Blue Lagoon Beach Resort - Update 2018 Rates
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The Yasawa Islands - Blue Lagoon Beach Resort - Review of Blue Lagoon Beach Resort, Nacula Island, Fiji
When we were fetched by the Yasawa Flyer and we made the brief trip to Nalova Bay, we went into paradise......or the Fiji of! There was no color in the ocean like never before, and the small, gorgeous place was perfec. We' had 15 overnight stays in a lodge room with common amenities.
It was a light, breezy room and the ideal sized room for both of us. Use of the communal bathrooms was for all 6 rooms of the Lambda and the 2 dormitories. It was a great place on the shore and the meals were extraordinary. We had a great dinner, the only thing that was a snack was the delicious breakfasts, because we are not a big fans of snacks.
The lunch was chosen from an elaborate menue and the supper took place every evening at 7:30 pm, with another 3-course-menue per evening. All our caps go to the cook and his crew, because every dish was delectable! Snorkelling was best right on the shore, as there was a cliff that extended to the ocean.
While enjoying the activity, perhaps the two high points are the FOC (mountain hike) and the FOC (village tour). We made the only trip in addition to our overnight expenses was the Cave Trip ($49), which was nice, but not for the faint-hearted. All of the employees from the town were extraordinary - kind, always lucky and can never do enough for you.