You will arrive in the center of town. The town retains many of its pre-colonial and post-colonial buildings, and is considered the most intact remaining example of colonial influence and life-style in the South Pacific.
Levuka is a town on the south-east coast of the Fijian island of Ovalau, in Lomaiviti Province, just off the main island of Viti Levu. Ovalau is a lush tropical volcanic island surrounded by large coral reefs. At the northern end of Levuka is the traditional Fijian village of Levuka, where the village chief is a direct descendant of the chief who welcomed the first European settlers.
Popular activities in Lavuka include a historical town tour or a daytrip to Silana (10km from Levuka)
A trip to Lovoni in central Ovalau., the town is nestled within a crater.
Other attractions include the Levuka Museum and Community center, a wide variety of water sports and visits to nearby islands.
The only restaurants on the Ovalau Island are located in Levuka town, or at the Ovalau Holiday Resort 4 km north of Levuka. However visitors may be offered food and drink when passing by a village. This is Fijian custom and should not be abused
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