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Levuka Historical Port Town
Levuka Historical Port Town

Levuka Historical Port Town

Free admission
Levuka

The Basics

Nestled amongst swaying palm and coconut trees, stretched along white-sand beaches Levuka is an idyllic place to visit. As the only town on the island, Levuka is rich with the island’s history (it’s home to the oldest hotel in the South Pacific) and was the site for several historical events including the signing of the 1970 treaty that officially claimed Fiji’s independence from the British.

Stroll along Beach street for classic colonial architecture,stop into the quaint cafes and restaurants for a drink, or go for a swim or snorkel in the cooling waters.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • You can book a guided hike up to the peak of the extinct volcano, where you can get a panoramic view of the entire island.
  • Levuka is a great jumping off point for other day trips or island-hopping excursions to other offshore islands including Leleuvia and Caqalai.
  • There are a variety of hotels, homestays, bungalows, and other lodging offered in town.
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How to Get There

From Monday to Saturday, travelers can take a 12-minute flight from Fiji’s capital of Suva to Levuka, or hop on a bus and take the ferry for the 60-minute scenic route.

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When to Get There

While there is never really a bad time to visit the Levuka Historical Port Town, for fewer crowds and lower costs consider planning your trip for the milder months of October and November.

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Wildcard

Island Hop to Leleuvia A tiny coral cay south of Levkua and Ovalau Island. It is a popular destination for beachcombers and kite surfers and truly makes one feel as though they are on a private island. Great for a day trip or maybe a stay overnight Leleuvia is just a little slice of beachfront paradise.

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