Vanua Levu

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Va·nu·a Le·vu

 (və-no͞o′ə lĕv′o͞o)
A volcanic island of Fiji in the southern Pacific Ocean northeast of Viti Levu. Sugarcane is important to the island's economy.

Vanua Levu

(vɑːˈnuːə ˈlɛvuː)
(Placename) the second largest island of Fiji: mountainous. Area: 5535 sq km (2137 sq miles)

Va•nu•a Le•vu

(vəˈnu ə ˈlɛv u)
an island in the S Pacific, one of the Fiji Islands. 2145 sq. mi. (5556 sq. km).
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Noun1.Vanua Levu - a volcanic island in the Fijis
Fiji Islands, Fijis - a group of more than 800 islands (100 inhabited) in the southwestern Pacific; larger islands (Viti Levu and Vanua Levu) are of volcanic origin surrounded by coral reefs; smaller islands are coral
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Sau Bay Resort, on Vanua Levu, the second largest island, was the first stop on my most recent trip to Fiji.
Taveuni, Vanua Levu and the Ringgolds to the north.
Perched below steep hills, on the south-east coast of Fiji's second largest island of Vanua Levu, Vunisavisavi is relatively unassuming.
Namale Resort and Spa is a boutique, all inclusive luxury resort located on the island of Vanua Levu, in Savusavu, Fiji.
FHH general manager Duncan Fraser said that Mr Large was tasked to manage and execute all operations related to the North maintenance contract, which encompassed the whole of Vanua Levu, including the island of Taveuni.
Compared to the main island (Viti Levu), Vanua Levu remains underdeveloped, with a large (63.
Team Alpha--orthopaedic surgical team--based in the capital city Suva with a side trip to Labasa Hospital on the Island of Vanua Levu.
The largest planned expansion occurred on the island of Vanua Levu where the area under cane went from 11 000 ha in 1975 to 20 000 ha in 1984.
They visited the island of Vanua Levu, where the cyclone hit, and said they were amazed by the people's generosity and welcome.
The storm was tracked moving through the narrow waterway ocean in between the country's main islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu.
Historian, Andrew Thornley, notes '[t]he first generation of Christian teachers in Fiji was almost exclusively Tongan born' or had Tongan parents (Thornley 2002:20), an indication of the fact that there were many Tongans in Fiji at the time, especially on Vanua Levu and throughout the Eastern islands.
the northern areas of Vanua Levu, Lau and the waters off Yasawa and