What a fantastic idea! I can't wait to come back to the village. My children had a wonderful time and my husband and I could relax without the pressures of television, phones or other "civilised" distractions during my Fiji holidays. Thank you so much! Mary MacMahon (October 2003)

Just above the meeting place of two beautiful rivers not far from the town of Navua lies the small village of Namuamua. In 2003 this traditional, unspoilt, Fijian village community opened up their doors to tourists who wish to enjoy a few days experiencing their traditional village life. The village recently celebrated its first wedding for outsiders... who proclaim the experience as exhilarating and unforgettable....

The village is just a few minutes by water taxi from the village of Nukusere so larger groups can be accommodated by sharing between these two inland villages.

Activities include: bush walking, star gazing, photography and boat adventures up the river

Your hosts and guides

Tui and Emma- your hosts & activities manager

Eramasi - the guide

to find out more about staying at Namuamua click on the image blow.

Email: info@fijibure.com


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Bula - Hello Ni Sa Bula or Bula Vinaka - A warm hello

Andra Vinaka - Good Morning

Kava - traditional narcotic (relaxing) drink)

Nataune ni gunuyaqona - Is it kava time?

Kana - let's eat

Wai - River

Waitui - Sea

Lotu - Church

Tapa - traditional Fijian cloth used to wear at weddings

Tambua - Whale's tooth

No qu Itau - My boyfriend/girlfriend/partner

Mone - Children

Chillow - Excuse me (as you walk past someone seated)

Savica ma ka loko - What's the time now?

Idini cavu - Water taxi

Dunuti  - rapids (on the river)

Au via sisili - I want to swim

Keitou via sisili - We want to swim

Io - yes

Au katakata - I am hot

Vale ni so qo - large community hall (vale - house)

Liuliu ni koro - Chief

Au maru - I'm happy

Au maru vakalevu - I'm very, very happy

Vunde - Dancing

Tavako - Cigarette

Taxi - Taxi

Valelailai - toilet (Small house)

Savu - waterfall

Dredre (pronounced drendre) - smile (for the camera)

Laugh - Veiwali

Kere Kere - Please

Vinaka - Thank You

Vinaka Vakelevu - Thank you very much

Au vine kati iko - I like you(iko)

Vinaka na... kana/kava/sisili - Thank you for the.... food/kava/swim etc...

Kedere rawa ni lako vata - Would you like to join me

Ni Sa Moce - See you again (respectfully)

Moce (name of person) au salako - Goodbye XXX I have to go

Iko sa rawa ni lako - Could you go now

Namuamua - where two rivers meet