Fulaga is a crescent-shaped reef island in the Southern Lau Group of the Republic of Fiji, in the South Pacific. Over 100 tiny islands in the Fulaga Lagoon have been undercut into extraordinary mushroom shapes and the surrounding waters are tinged with striking colours by the dissolved limestone. The island has this unique, beautiful lagoon that adequately supplies the inhabitants with different varieties of fish and sea shells. There are three villages, Muanaicake, Muanaira and Naividamu. The people are traditional carvers skilled in the making of outrigger canoes and 'tanoa' (or 'kumete' in their dialect) -wooden bowls carved out of local hardwood.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.