Reading a mixture of reviews, I still decided to stay there for 2 nights due to the ability to snorkel even at low tide, which is not possible in many other locations. This is also probably nearly on par or the 2nd best snorkelling after Mantaray Island resort on Yasawa islands, as both have marine reserves. When I arrived, I was the only guest staying, then the next day another couple arrived. It is definitely a pleasant change from large hotels on Denarau island or large island resorts. It is great to swing in hammock looking at the beautiful lagoon and drinking coconut water. The snorkelling is pretty good with plenty of fish, corals and occasional white tip shark or turtle. It is a nice hike to the top of the hill (do it early after breakfast, as it is hot on a sunny day) with views of the south part of Yasawa islands. The accommodation is basic (with occasional lizard getting into bure, which is painted/decorated in Fijian style) and there is no choice of meals, but food is cooked fresh. It is great stargazing. At night in beachfront bure, you hear a gentle swell of the ocean. Thus, if you are not after a 5 star resort with TV, but after peace and quite of a Pacific island, then this place is for you.The staff in this resort are all very nice.