Ports of Call Resort

Upon arrival on Vanua Levu’s Savusavu, leave all your cares behind as you check into Daku Resort. This 3-star property has a relaxed, comfortable vibe. The resort offers 30 rooms with a variety of accommodations ranging from villas with their own pools to simple bures around the main resort pool. The comfortable and large rooms are equipped with a private bathroom, hair dryers, tea and coffee making facilities and offer panoramic views of the pool or the beach. A ceiling fan and a refrigerator can be found in each room of the resort. An internet connection is also provided as well as air-conditioning in most units.  

The on-site restaurant offers everything from gourmet dinners to traditional Fijian dishes to even just a plate of fries for the kids when needed. At dinner, Daku invites everyone to dine together at the resort’s communal table or you may choose a quiet table on your own. Daku’s popular bar serves up drinks ranging from the exotic “Dakuree” cocktail to a glass of wine from a competitively priced wine list to a bowl of Kava shared with the friendliest staff you’ll ever meet.

Daku is an active resort with a wide range of water and land sports to choose from. Start your day with some mindful yoga; the resort offers yoga daily as well as weeklong retreats. A Diving Week at Daku is with the world-renowned Jean-Michel Cousteau Diving Centre just down the road. Dive the awesome reefs of Northern Fiji and experience the Marine Reserve at Namena Island, recently voted one of the best dive sites in the world. You’ll also see the Hammerhead Sharks at the aptly titled Dream House and have the benefit of the highly experienced Jean-Michel Cousteau team to guide and develop your diving skills. Other activities available at Daku include snorkeling, kayaking, trekking and river tubing, Open Ocean Swim Meets, plus more artistic pursuits such as writing, painting and singing. Daku is like summer camp for the entire family.

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