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Labasa, Fiji

If you’re looking for an off the beaten path destination to explore, then Fiji’s largest town on the island of Vanua Levu is the perfect place to jet off to! Labasa is located on the north-eastern part of the island, on a river delta formed by three rivers—the Wailevu River, Labasa River and the Qawa River. This mostly agricultural town is the perfect place for travelers to learn all about the unique Indo-Fijian culture.

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What to Do

  • Korovatu Beach

    Who doesn’t love the idea of a serene, private beach in such a quaint location? Korovatu Beach is the closest beach to Labasa, so you’ll often see the locals hanging out there! Make your way through dreamy coconut trees and onto the soft sand and relax for a bit. It’s not the typical beach you think of when you’re in Fiji, but it’s the perfect spot to unwind and enjoy a picnic by the water!
  • Colorful Shops

    One of the most colorful places you’ll come across in Labasa is its large town market where you’ll find a variety of local and handmade items. Stroll around, sample some tasty local flavors and find unique, handmade trinkets to take home with you! These colorful shops are also a great place to get to know the friendly locals, who are well known for their hospitality.
  • Explore Indo-Fijian Culture

    There’s no better place to explore the unique Indo-Fijian culture than the most agricultural and traditional town on Vanua Levu. The town consists of mostly sugar cane plantations, local markets and delicious restaurants serving a variety of authentic and Chinese-inspired cuisine.