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Found on the small northern peninsula of Drawaqa Island, one of the smaller landmasses that make up the long streak of islands off the coast of Fiji, is the Barefoot Kuata Island resort. It’s a destination of idyllic proportions. An arcing beach of velvet sand separates the lush tropical woodland from the still waters of the bay, the shallows of which are home to an array of multi-coloured marine life.
The coral reefs surrounding the island have become a premium spot for divers and snorkelers who want to catch a glimpse of the harmless reef sharks that glide along the underwater currents. The verdant hills that ripple through the centre of the isle are perfect for hiking, their peaks offering spectacular views over the ultramarine blues of the surrounding Pacific Ocean.
The port of Barefoot Kuata Island is nothing more than a designated spot on the beach of the north-facing bay. As such the nearest facilities are those found at the resort itself just a few steps up the coast. These include free Wi-Fi, a mobile phone signal spot, a safebox for storing possessions and a tourist information desk. There is no road network or public transport on Drawaqa Island either, meaning the only way to cover the region is on foot.
There are seven weekly sailings from Barefoot Kuata Island to the port of Denarau, a small harbour in the northwest corner of the Fijian mainland. It is the gateway to beautiful islets all along the northwest coast.