Naitaba Island (Naitauba,Naitaba)  is an island of the northern Lau Islands of Fiji. It is a triangular shaped island approximately 2.4 km (1.5 mi) in diameter. The island is volcanic with coral and rises to 186 metres (610 ft) on a flat-topped hill toward the southern end of the island. The island is forested and coconuts were grown commercially for copra. There is a barrier reef completely surrounding the island.
In 1965 the actor Raymond Burr and his partner purchased 1,625 hectares (4,015 acres) on the island, where they raised copra and cattle. This land was sold in 1983 to Johannine Daist Communion for the use of Adi Da, with a purchase price of $2.1 million.