For centuries Navo Island has been treasured as a special place by the people of Sanasana Village. Located across the channel from Navo Restaurant, the island was once used as a settlement and place of retreat during times of war and conflict, where women and children were sheltered by warriors in secret interior caves and as a burial ground for high chiefs.
Today, the people of Sanasana choose to live on the mainland and revere the island as a place of historical significance and a sacred burial place for local chiefs and dignitaries. Surrounded on one side by rolling seas & coral reefs and the other by a tranquil lagoon, the local community can often be seen gathering shell fish and fishing using traditional methods on and around Navo Island.
If you’re one of our intrepid guests, the Navo Cave Tour is for you! To join our Recreations team for a guided tour, please speak to our Concierge team as timings subject to low tides. For in-house guests Navo Cave Tour times are available on our ‘Mai Tovolea’ schedule, available at Concierge and on your TV activities channel.
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