The island is surrounded by a blossoming rich colourful coral reef that is abundant with a variety of aquatic life, making it a fantastic location for diving, fishing, snorkeling and other water sports with a white sandy beach and crystal clear turquoise water. The island's first inhabitants were from mataqali o Koro, from Naviti, who first settled at Najia, the second wave of settlers were the mataqali Yaukuve from Yalobi, Waya who settled in Naibalebale. The I Cavuti Vakavanua is "Taukei Na Gaunavou, Turaga Na Ratu, Na Tui Viwa". It is the island for the surfer Isei Tokovou. The three villages are Naibalebale, Yakani and Najia. The island has its own primary school and nursing station. The islanders are facing transport problem as they do not have any consistent transport service to their island.