As ships are moored in this port, you will be tendered ashore.
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Dravuni is home to about 200 Fijian natives who live together in the small central village. As their guests, you will discover what island living is all about. Nestled in the spectacular Kadavu group of islands, Dravuni normally provides perfect weather both day and night. For the adventurous a trek up the grassy slopes of Dravuni's highest peak will give you a fantastic view of the ship and the surrounding islands. Don't forget your camera!
The swimming and snorkeling are good and very safe. The beach to the right (when coming ashore) of the pontoon is easily accessible.
The locals provide boat trips around the island.
Fijian dollar (FJD)
English is an official language and is the language of instruction in education, and is spoken by most in Nadi, Suva, and any other major tourist area. On a few of the less touristy islands, English may be spoken with some difficulty. Fijian or Hindustani (Hindi/Urdu) is spoken by most adults and children, and learning even a few key phrases will help you gain the respect of the locals.
On Sundays almost everything shuts down.
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