The island of Vanua Levu in northern Fiji remains largely undeveloped, making it a charming, unspoiled haven. It is the second largest of Fiji’s 300 islands, and, because of its remoteness, it is reminiscent of the South Seas before its colonization by Europeans. Nestled among lush green hills and surrounded by coral reefs, Savusavu is sometimes called the “Hidden Paradise of Fiji,” with its half-mile main street facing a beautiful bay. The 19th-century Copra Shed Marina, the centerpiece of the town, now houses the Savusavu Yacht Club. Hot springs bubble up throughout the town; in the afternoon, you can see pots on top of steaming fissures as women prepare the evening meal.