Nanuya Levu

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Nanuya Levu (pronounced [naˈnuja ˈleβu]) is a privately owned island of the Yasawa Group in Fiji and the site of the Turtle Island Resort, a sustainable luxury resort and also a locale for the romance adventure film The Blue Lagoon (1980).

Coordinates: 16°58′S 177°23′E / 16.967°S 177.383°E / -16.967; 177.383