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  • Location: Nadi, Fiji
  • Duration:  6 days (approx.)
Island-hop your way around the beautiful islands of Fiji! This 6-day hop-on hop-off cruise takes you to several stunning locations in the Yasawa Islands and Mamanuca Islands. Enjoy leisurely beach strolls; fun activities like snorkeling, kayaking and swimming through caves; and visits to great local attractions. Choose to stay in budget-friendly, shared dormitory accommodations or upgrade to standard rooms with additional amenities. Or stay like a local in a traditional Fijian bure (huts). Meals and all transportation included!

Highlights

  • Island-hop your way around the Yasawa and Mamanuca Islands
  • Stay overnight on three stunning islands
  • Enjoy traditional Fijian hospitality
  • Swim in the Blue Lagoon
  • Snorkel on reefs filled with fish and coral
  • You’ll have the chance to swim with the spectacular manta rays (May-Oct)
  • Learn the secrets of a traditional Fijian feast!
  • Visit the legendary Sawa I Lau Caves
  • Enjoy Seaspray Sailing Adventure
  • Remember your trip with a complimentary 80-page Yasawa Island photo book

What You Can Expect

6-Day Yasawa and Mamanuca Island Adventure

Yasawa Island Hop

Day 1: Port Denarau -The Blue Lagoon (B,L,D)
Depart Port Denarau and cruise on board the legendary Yasawa Flyer catamaran to the northern Yasawa Islands. When you arrive at Nacula Island and step onto the white-sand beach, you’ll immediately feel a sense of calm and relaxation.
Overnight: Budget: Nabua Lodge or Long Beach Resort; Standard: Oarsman’s Bay Lodge or Otto and Fanny's Resort

Day 2: Blue Lagoon (B,L,D)
Wake up to the refreshing sea breeze on your second day and savor your little slice of island paradise. Take your choice of visiting the amazing Sawa-i-Lau Island and swimming through the underwater caves, or take a snorkeling trip to the stunning Blue Lagoon. If you’d rather just relax, indulge in a free island massage.
Overnight: Budget: Nabua or Long Beach Resort; Standard: Oarsman’s Bay or Otto and Fanny's Resort

Day 3: Mid Yasawa Islands (B,L,D)
On your third day in paradise, explore the waters by kayak or take a snorkel trip around the islands before boarding the cruiser to island-hop to Naviti or Drawaqa Island. You will be welcomed warmly by your Fijian hosts and gain a unique insight into local life with a two-night stay at a family-run property.
Overnight: Budget: White Sandy Beach; Standard: Korovou Eco-Tour Resort or Barefoot Island Lodge

Day 4: Mid Yasawa Islands (B,L,D)
Today, snorkel or dive at spectacular reef sites bursting with fish and coral or take a Fijian cooking class and learn the secrets of a traditional Fijian feast! From May to October, you’ll have the opportunity to swim with manta rays – the giant butterflies of the sea! Although there is no guarantee that you will see them if you do, it’ll be an experience of a lifetime! During November to April, you can take a snorkel trip to spectacular reef sites.
Overnight: Budget: White Sandy Beach; Standard: Korovou Eco-Tour Resort or Barefoot Island Lodge

Day 5:Mamanuca Islands (B,L,D)
Enjoy time in the morning to explore, swim or lounge in the sun. Then, board the cruiser and head to South Sea Islands or Beachcomber Resort. These smaller islands are big in character, offering some of Fiji’s most amazing coral reef areas - perfect for snorkeling and diving!
Overnight: Beachcomber Resort or South Sea Island

Day 6: Port Denarau (B,L,)
Your last day in paradise to revel in the calm tropical atmosphere of palm-fringed beaches, clear blue waters and hammocks swinging in the breeze. You can return to Denarau whenever you choose, so feel free to have another cocktail! Or, end your vacation in style with a sailing adventure aboard the Seaspray and visit the island where the movie Cast Away was filmed. Meet the locals and join in a traditional kava (local wine) drinking ceremony and enjoy morning and afternoon tea, and a barbecue lunch with beer and wine!

Itinerary

Accommodation Options: Subject to change
Blue Lagoon Region:
Oarsman’s Bay Lodge, Nabua Lodge, Long Beach Resort, Otto and Fanny's Resort

Mid Yasawas:
White Sandy Beach, Korovou Eco-Tour Resort or Barefoot Island Lodge

Mamanucas:
Beachcomber Resort or South Sea Island

Budget:
The budget accommodation is basic, but the beautiful locations will surely make up for lack of amenities! Bedding is provided, but you will need to bring you own towel(s) and soap. Meals are included in the price. There is no hot water or air-conditioning available.

Standard:
A higher level of accommodation with more amenities than the budget option, standard room bures (traditional Fijian huts) have a fan or air-conditioning. All meals are provided at an additional local payment of FJ$168 at Oarsman’s Bay Lodge, or FJ$178 at Otto and Fanny’s Place. No other dining options are available.

Customer Reviews

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2014

When you don't want to think about what to do where to go next and want to see stunning spots, book this Trip. When you'd like to have a little bit more flexibility, and choose yourself, rather go on your own.

3 star rating: Worth doing September 2014

There were some great aspects to this trip eg Caves Trip, staff everywhere ++, snorkelling etc, but a couple of could be improveds as well. White Sandy Beach 2 comments: I expected basic food but some of it approached inedible eg watered down tomato soup, tomato sauce beribboned rice a riso. Also the beds, the foam mattresses were so old and thin you could see the slats below clearly through them (and usually I can sleep anywhere I can lie down). And no toilet paper most of the time.

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