The resort bures are hexagonal and built of native woods, bamboo and cane to blend with the environment. As each bure is perched along the ridge, all are oceanfront and each has its own unique view out to sea, overlooking either the beach or the reefs at the base of the cliffs. Four of the six bures face northwesterly towards the southern coast of Vanua Levu. 'Lawendua' is named after the elegant long-tailed tropicbirds which nest in crevices of the cliff-face below the bure. Several walls have floor-to-ceiling sliding louvered doors so by fully opening the doors, one has a 180 degree view out to sea. Various tropical bushes, plants and fruit trees lend color and provide privacy between each bure.
Rising dramatically from the depths of the Koro Sea and on the fringe of Bligh Waters, lies the mile-long 110 acre island of Namenalala.
Hotel Address: Namena, Savusavu
Moody's Namena is situated on Namenalala, "The Island of the Sleeping Dragon." Guests fly into Savusavu for inter-island transport to the resort. - Contact us for more information.