Daku Resort

In Savusavu, we’re an upscale budget resort in a coconut plantation by the sea. We’re small, low-key, and casual. At Daku the smiles are large and guests are welcomed like friends of the family.
Daku Resort Bures, Savusavu Island, Fiji.
We have a range of places to stay to meet all budgets and group sizes, from standard rooms to ocean view bures, to larger houses suitable for tour groups, and private two and three bedroom villas.

Single Bures and standard rooms | Three Bedroom Houses | Bayview Garden Villas | Bayview Heights Villas | The Pool House | Three bedroom villas
Daku dinner, Savusavu Island.
We have some fantastic dining experiences, with lovely bar staff happy to serve you drinks. At Daku Resort, dinner is an almost family gathering at our long tables, and we aim to keep you entertained through ’till bedtime! We provide a daily special four-course menu on the board, or you can order from our à la carte menu. We also put on regular special dinners, such as Indian curry nights, Chinese nights, and ‘Lovos’, a traditional Fijian method of baking food in ground ovens!
We can take you snorkeling, supply you with kayaks, direct you on a mountain hike, schedule you a relaxing spa massage, book you SCUBA diving with the local dive operators, or organize excursions to a number of nearby places – like a nearby waterfall to cool off under, a thermal mud pool, or a visit to a nearby village where you can enjoy the thunderous meke dance!
Daku Resort is a calm and peaceful environment, perfect for finding that quiet space where you can practice yoga in peace.

We have a beautiful yoga platform with stunning views over the bay, which you are welcome to use for your own practice – just check with reception to make sure that it’s available. We also have equipment: yoga mats, bolsters, straps, blocks, and blankets.
Our island, Vanua Levu, is home to a large number of birds, including the rare silktail which is found in the eastern end of the island!.

The excursions are to areas noted for particular birds, and we’ll also walk around the extensive land of Daku Resort itself. As well as many more common Fijian birds such as the reef heron, the kingfisher, the shrikebill and the honey eater, we will set out to see the orange dove and the silktail, both of which are to be found on our island. In fact, the orange dove has been spotted on the estate of Daku Resort itself. A reasonable degree of fitness is required if you are to access all the sites; the two areas where the silktail and the orange dove are found are steep and difficult. We set out early on most days.

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