Welcome to Nacula
Nacula, a hilly volcanic island, is the third largest in the Yasawas. Blanketed with rugged hills and soft peaks, its interior is laced with well-trodden paths leading to villages and small coves. It is possible to follow a trail inland through mangroves from the resorts on the southern point to those at Long Beach. Keep an eye out for mudskippers, a not-particularly-pretty amphibious fish living in the tidal streams among the mangroves; despite their primordial-swamp appearance, they apparently go very well in a coconut curry. For a broader view of your surrounds, a two- to three-hour return hike above Nabua Lodge provides 360-degree views across the islands.
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