Guesthouse | Wayalailai Island, Yasawa Island Group, Yasawa Islands, Fiji 000
8 out of 9 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (24/05/2015)
Charlotte Longhurst thinks…
"Staff were all so lovely, made you feel part of the family, would love to go back and see them all again!"Read all Naqalia Lodge reviews
- Credit cards accepted
- No curfew
- Lounge area
- 24 hour reception
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Internet café
- Onsite shop(s)
Late check out policy: Late check-outs are subject to availability and may also be subject to additional charges. Policy on children staying with parents: Children are welcome at Naqalia Lodge however the extra person charge will apply.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 10:30
Latest Check-out: 9:30
Group of 15 or more traveling to Yasawa Islands?Contact us directly
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|Shared Rooms A shared room (typically a dorm) is a bedroom which you share with other people from the property. The number of beds in a room is shown in the room name, e.g. ‘5 Bed Dorm’, and you can book as many as you need. Some properties have male only dorms and female only dorms.|
1 Bed Dorm - Mixed (Shared bathroom)All meals included
|Private Rooms A private room is a room that is not shared with other people from the property – in other words, you book and pay for all the beds in the room. If you are traveling alone, for example, but want to book a double room, you must pay for two people in order to book the whole room.|
1 Bedroom Bungalow Ocean View (Private bathroom)All meals included
Tent Pitch (Shared bathroom)All meals included
About Naqalia Lodge
All the meals are included in the accommodation rate .Delicious fijian food, friendly welcoming smiles, and clear aqua waters.
Relax on the white sandy beach, hike the mountains and get a panoramic view of the Yasawa and Mamanuca archipelago, snorkel and dive the vibrant reef or have a taste of kava (yaqona in Fijian), a mild narcotic drink, while singing Fijian songs and sharing stories with the local community.