Facilities on the Island of Toberua Fiji| Toberua Private Island Resort Fiji
you will find good food, bars, souvenir shops, recently renovated sea front boers where you can unwind and indulge in a stress-free lifew. On our varied menus you will find a selection of produce, vegetable, fish, shellfish, New Zealand steak and mutton, bread, biscuits and tasty sweets. Our breakfasts consist of a refreshing snack based on the freshest tropic berries, homemade cupcakes and biscuits, muesli, juice, teas, coffee and a warm meal.
Fiji's cooks cook a choice of tempting three-course and four-course luncheon dishes based on Fiji's tropic surroundings and spiced with regional and foreign flavour. You can choose between a culinary or à la carte menus. Included in the culinary schedule are a delicious three-course luncheon, a 3-course luncheon and a 4-course evening snack - the menus change over time.
Childrens meal and supper will be provided at 6 pm. The saltwater basin provides a fresh and invigorating sea experience. A souvenir store selling Fiji souvenir items, clothes, snack foods and toiletry.
Toberua Story - Fiji Island Resort
Many years ago it seems that a young woman, Adi Asinate Lagi, had upset her folks somewhere in the Lau group of islets many kilometres eastwards of Toberua. As she was taking care of the mattresses, she went to bed and the breeze came up and blown the mattresses into the ocean.
This young woman made a rack of coconut and made her escape. It was finally flushed onto Toberua. A group of fisherman from Bau in search of tortoise balls spotted footprints in the sands and followed them to the young girl's shelter. A fisherman who was supposedly the sons of a tribe chieftain liked them very much and fed them a lot of seafood from his day-to-day haul.
Of course, he spent his angling years with the young girls, the girls with two plaits. In Fiji, a maiden was carrying two plaits. Toberua, two braids.