Lau Group, Fiji
|Trip||Days||Ports of Call||Dates|
|159||10||SavuSavu, Fiji||Oct 5 - Oct 15, 2015|
The Lau group is impossibly pretty and nearly untouched by modern society. The people there have guarded their isolation and way of live fiercely, opting to live in simplicity in a sustainable way rather than joining the rat race. It's a special and rare area that has much to offer that stand against our western methods. The archipelago also has some phenomenal breaks, or at least rumors of them. It's a large area and we have very little real knowledge of these islands so this will be very much an exploratory trip. No promises!
Permits to the Lau group are compulsory. Obviously we can only go if we are successful in obtaining the required transit paperwork. This is a highly recommended itinerary for those of you who are seeking real adventure. For a big step into the past, and a promise of the unknown in a world where unknown is hard to find- this is the trip!
Getting there: There are a number of ways to get to Fiji. Fiji Airways, Air New Zealand, or United Airlines. International flights arrive into Nadi, on the west coast. Domestic flights up to SavuSavu through Fiji Airways.
To find out more about Fiji and diving: http://www.fiji.travel/information/guides/diving
- Bucket list
- Kava ceremonies and untouched culture
- Very good waves
- Very very remote and beautiful
- Zero tourists
- Long sail to get there and back
- Not much information
- Permits can be tough
|Mean Avg Wind||12 kts, WNW|
Cabin 1 - Benny Abruzzo - Guests: Sandra Abruzzo
Cabin 3 - Dane Abruzzo - Guests: Guest
Cabin 4 - Ben Abruzzo - Guests: Guest