Matacawa Levu Island (aka Matacawalevu) is located in southern Yasawa Islands group (Fiji archipelago, South Pacific Ocean), and north of Viti Levu Island. Matacawalevu has length 4 km (2,5 ml) and is of volcanic origin. In its eastern side is Nasomo Bay. Turtle Island (Nanuya Levu) is to the east. To the south, across Blue Lagoon is Yaqeta Island. Matacawalevu has 2 villages - Matacawalevu (northeast coast) and Vuake (Nasomo Bay).
Matacawa Levu (meaning big beach) is famous for its proximity to Blue Lagoon (protected area) and beach. The village is small, with just 42 houses and around 200 inhabitants. Many of them starred in "The Blue Lagoon" movie (1980) and an "evening with the 'cannibals'" is a traditional shore event for cruise ship passengers. The event allows mingling with the locals and hearing anecdotes of what happened during making of the film.
Matacawa Levu Island cruise terminal
Cruise ships to Matacawa Levu Island dock (anchor) at Matacawalevu village on the eastern coast.
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