Welcome to Kadavu Group
Snaking its way around the islands, the Great Astrolabe Reef is justifiably renowned in diving circles. People come from all over the world to sample its underwater delights. Handsome stretches of long, sandy beach and sheltered coves ring the islands’ perimeters. In the interior you’ll find all manner of bird life, including the colourful Kadavu musk parrot, thriving in an impossibly green rainforest that’s ripe for scrambling up hillsides, splashing about under waterfalls and kayaking through mangroves.
The group is made up of several islands including Kadavu (the country’s fourth-largest island), Ono, Galoa and Yaukuve Levu. Kadavu is irregular in shape and is almost split into three by deep bays along its length. At its southern tip sits its highest peak, the impressive 838m-high Nabukelevu (Mt Washington).
Most visitors will stay on Kadavu, where you’ll find the bulk of the accommodation and the group’s only town, petite Vunisea.