Visit Rewa

The Rewa of Fiji is a district renowned for its rich cultural heritage and stunning natural beauty. Located on the east coast of the main island, Viti Levu, the district encompasses over 10 villages, including Dreketi, Bureta and Naqali.

One of the most popular tourist destinations in Rewa is Nananu-I-Ra Island - a secluded paradise just offshore with crystal clear waters perfect for swimming and snorkeling. There's also a traditional Fijian village on the island where you can learn about ancient customs and witness pottery demonstrations by local artisans.

Rewa also has some interesting historical facts associated with it; it was once ruled by an indigenous chieftain called Tanoa Visawaqa who adopted Christianity back in 1854 after hearing a sermon delivered by John Hunt - one of Fiji's first missionaries. Today his legacy lives on in both language and culture throughout the region.

Cities in Rewa