Home to the Kanak and the Tavu’avua native inhabitants, Loyalty Islands were first discovered by the British Captain William Raven in 1793, when he was sailing from Norfolk Island to Batavia. Consisting of six inhabited islands spread over 1,981 square kilometers, Loyalty Islands are generally divided into three communes for administrative purposes. These uniquely beautiful mystical islands behold a fabulous natural wealth which is hidden within an excellent landscape.
Featuring several pristine white sand, deserted beaches, mesmerizing crystal-clear turquoise-lagoons, sheer cliffs, legendry rocks and colonial pine trees, which seem to have deliberately come together for an exquisite purpose; so as to hypnotize you at the Loyalty Islands Archipelago.
Endowed with a multi-colored sea life consisting of fishes and coral fauna unsullied by man, Loyalty Islands is a tropical paradise where the islanders have managed to preserve the environment guided by powerful traditional values they have cherished all along. The natural hospitality displayed by the inhabitants is alluringly pleasant, and good enough to entice the visitors extend their vacations as long as they can.