To share or not to share, that is the question.

There is a tiny jewel in the Mamanuca group of Islands in Fiji. It is not in the glossy tourist brochures. An internet search reveals its location and guest comments speak favourably – always a good sign.  So that was how I discovered this wonderful holiday destination. BUT – following my third visit to this idyllic Fijian tropical isle, I considered NOT writing about my experience. By keeping my silence, I thought booking numbers would stay low, allowing me to re-visit whenever I wished.  But as a lover of travel and unique places, my conscience got the better of me. To not allow others to share in this special place would be selfish.

Besides, repeat visitors and word of mouth fill their Bures – without me having to write about it.

The Island responsible for luring me back for two further holidays, is Navini Island, one of the smallest island resorts on the Nadi side of Vitu Levu.  Although diminutive in size – a stroll around the entire island takes 15 minutes – Navini has much to offer.  In May 2011 and again in July 2012, Trip Advisor awarded a Certificate of Excellence to Navini Island Resort, for a consistently high standard of reports received by Trip Advisor guests.

To read more about the wonderful Navini Island – please go to my travel blog: travelbugwithin 

Without TV or internet access, by the second night, the stresses of the Western World seem miles away. You will succumb to Navini’s gentle routine, leaving you with no other choice but to relax. Your only wish will be for your leaving date to be further and further away.


Visit a nearby island inhabited by noone