Resorts on Yasawa Island Fiji

The Yasawa islands are ideally positioned about 50 kilometers north west of Nadi. This narrow archipelago consists of 4 main islands (Waya, Naviti, Nacula and Yasawa) as well as numerous smaller islands that stretch in a north easterly direction. The islands were formed by volcanoes millions of years ago and therefore have mountain peaks across the islands.

A number of years ago the Fijian government lifted their restriction on tourism for the Yasawa island chain and since then a number of budget and luxury resorts have sprung up, catering to a variety of holiday travellers. When staying at any of the resorts on Yasawa Islands guests can either admire the abundance of natural beauty including white sandy beaches, clear blue waters and the Sawa-i-Lau caves or make the most of the many activities that are available including snorkelling, fishing, scuba diving and even horseback riding.

 

How to Get to Yasawa Island

The easiest way to get to any of the Yasawa Islands is via the fast 200 passenger catamaran called the 'Yasawa Flyer'. This boat departs from Port Denarau every morning at 9am and returns at 6pm and stops at all of the resorts of the following islands, Kuata, Wayasewa, Waya, Drawaqa, Naviti, Yaqeta, Matacawalevu, Nanuya Lailai, Tavewa and Nacula. You can also charter private seaplane transfers to any of the Yasawa island resorts.

 

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