Fodor's Expert Review Nabukelevu (Mt. Washington)
Rising at the southwestern end of Kadavu, as if a terrestrial balance to the submerged Astrolabe Reef in the northeast, is the 805-meter-high (2,641-foot-high) inactive volcano, Nabukelevu. From pottery pieces discovered within avalanche debris, scientists conclude that the last eruption occurred within the last 3,000 years. At the volcano's base are good diving and a pretty white-sand beach.