Two uninhabited islands align to make a reasonably sheltered anchorage (Navadra and Vanua Levu Islands). To the North and South are two other islands (Eori to North, and Kadomo to the south) - the four islands together are important to Fijian culture and myth and are collectively know as the Sacred Islands).
It is very picturesque here. The main feature is a long, sandy beach leading to a big gumdrop-shaped rock which together act as the exclamation point at the west end of the island. The beach is completely surrounded by great fields of coral which makes even landing a dinghy impossible at low tide.
Even swimming ashore, it was hard to find a route through. We walked the beach and poked around in some of the shallow caves in the interior. I even managed to find a fairly treacherous route halfway up the gumdrop to a ledge where I could sit and enjoy the view for a few minutes before retracing my scratchy, thorny route back down.
Lots of fish and interesting drop offs/walls to explore (and there is a sea cucumber in there too)