Kadavu Island is 60 km long and has a population of 10, 167. It is located approximately 90 kilometers south of the main island of Viti Levu and is the least developed areas of Fiji. Kadavu is like stepping back into Fiji's past with the way of life being much more traditional.

The Island of Kadavu is famous for its natural beauty and amazing rugged landscape. The Island has a pastel aqua blue waters with miles of palm fringed beaches, colorful tropical fish darting underneath your kayak as you glide past a "bombie" (coral head) and brilliantly colored Kula birds darting from swaying palm to swaying palm. If you're looking for your next travel destination, you will surely love this remote and untouched island of Kadavu.