There is a range of mountains that run down the length of the Natewa peninsula and in the middle of these mountains is a plateau area where the Natewa Camp was established to survey the northern part of the peninsula. Accommodation is in tents on platforms and shaded under tarpaulins. The tents all have mattresses in them so are comfortable. There are flush toilets and showers in the camp and a central wooden building used as the kitchen for the camp. There is generator power and a central area where the South Pacific Island ecology course lectures are given. One of the outstanding features of this camp is the dawn chorus of Golden Whistler and within a short walk of the camp you can see Vanua Levu endemic species such as the Natewa Silktail, Orange Dove and Maroon Shining Parrot.
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