Yanuca Lailai

Yanuca Lailai

Yanuca Lailai (also known as Lost Island to travellers) is an uninhabited, 72 acres, volcanic rock, limestone island located between the islands of Ovalau and Moturiki in Fiji. The coastline has mangrove trees, volcanic rock cliffs and beaches while the interior abounds in jungle.

The island has a tourist resort. The island was used as quarantine station when the first Indian indentured labourers arrived in the Leonidas.

External links

* [http://www.owlfiji.com/lostisland.htm LOST ISLAND - Fiji Islands]
* [http://www.fijiguide.com/Guide/Islands/ovalau.html Robert Kay's Fiji Islands Travel Guide]

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