Our neighbouring village, Soso, located two islands away, is the largest village in the Yasawa Archipelago. Guests can experience first hand what life is like in a traditional Fijian village. We visit the community church, explore the village, talk with the elders and of course, no trip is complete with out stopping by to play with the kids during break at the village school. A donation is made to the village for each visitor.
A Fijian church service is something everyone should experience once in their life. The sound of an entire congregation signing in beautiful harmonies is something people cherish forever.
Each Friday our Executive Chef prepares a traditional Fijian lovo or ground oven feast. After another sumptuous meal the village Meke group perform traditional Fijian song and dance before turning from performer to teacher and getting you on your feet.
Sunday and Wednesday nights are Polynesian nights - be wowed as our entertainers take your breath away through flaming batons in to the air balancing fire sticks on their feet or even resting them on their tongues! The staff dance troop perform a range of traditional dances from across the Polynesian region including Rotuma, Tonga, Samoa and the eastern islands of Fiji.