Welcome to Moala Group
The three islands of this group – Moala, Totoya and Matuku – are geographically removed from Lau, but administered as part of the Eastern Division. The islands are the eroded tops of previously submerged volcanic cones that have lifted more than 3km to the sea surface. Totoya’s horseshoe shape is the result of a sunken volcano crater forming a land-locked lagoon. Matuku has rich volcanic soil, steep wooded peaks and a submerged crater on its western side. However, this beautiful island is generally inaccessible to visitors. Each of the islands has villages.