Famed for their welcoming, white sands and clear blue waters, the Yasawa Islands Fiji are a top choice for island-hopping. The Yasawas offer a vast selection of island resorts, each unique. This 8-day adventure takes you to two of our favourites, where laidback relaxation, fantastic service and spectacular views mean you'll never want to leave!
These small, locally owned properties offer a variety of different types of accommodation for different budgets and a relaxed, boutique style. Its impossible not to fall in love with these captivating islands!
This itinerary can be tailored to suit your requirements, please contact one of our consultants to start planning your dream trip.
On arrival, you will be greeted with a tropical lei (flower garland) and taken by shared transfer to your hotel located in Nadi, only a short drive from the airport.
Once you've checked in for a one night stay, you have the rest of the day to spend relaxing by the pool.
After breakfast, you'll be collected and taken to the marina to connect with your boat transfer out to the Yasawa Islands. The boat transfer takes around 3 hours, so you have time to relax on the top deck to catch some rays and meet your fellow travellers.
On arrival at Nacula Island, you'll check in to the Blue Lagoon Resort.
There’s plenty to keep you busy at the resort, from paddleboarding, snorkelling and fishing to cultural activities such as visits to a local Fijian village or the village church for a Sunday service. Why not book a trip to Sawa-i-lau Caves and explore these limestone caves, steeped in Fijian legend?
Evenings offer oceanside dining, movie nights, quiz nights and traditional Fijian dancing and singing, this relaxed resort is a great place to meet and connect with other travellers.
Take you'll make the short journey to Waya Island, a boutique hotel which is set in a marine reserve and offers some of the best snorkelling and diving in Fiji. Check-in for a 3-night stay at Octopus Resort and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.
Octopus has its very own PADI dive operation so if you enjoy the ocean why not head out to one of the many dive sites and spots sharks, turtles, lobster and crabs as well as an array of colourful coral. If you’d prefer to stay closer to the shore, you can grab a snorkel and spot the tropical fish living around the island.
Alternatively merely sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
Enjoy your last breakfast on the island today before heading back to the mainland and to Nadi Airport to connect with your onward travel plans. Depending on your flight you may have to spend a night again on the Viti Levu - your consultant can help advise on this.
Fiji’s wet season is from November to April with the heaviest rains and highest humidity from December to mid-April. The Dry season goes from May to October with low rainfall, low humidity, milder temperatures and less extreme weather. Peak season in Fiji includes December, January and June, July coinciding with Australian and New Zealand school holidays – prices will peak during these times.
This itinerary is purely a suggestion and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests, and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you