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Spend the day sailing through the Mamanuca Islands of Fiji aboard a two-mast wooden schooner. Explore the uninhabited island of Modriki, swim in turquoise lagoons and be welcomed into a local village on Yanuya Island with a kava ceremony. Enjoy morning and afternoon tea plus a barbecue lunch with unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks served on board. Cruises depart from Mana Island, with round-trip catamaran or speedboat transfers from neighboring islands plus pickup and drop-off available from Nadi and Coral Coast hotels.

Highlights

  • Sailing cruise of Fiji's Mamanuca Islands
  • Join the captain and crew for an adventure around these idyllic islands
  • See where famous movies and television series were filmed
  • Enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch, plus morning and afternoon tea
  • Swim and snorkel in the warm turquoise waters
  • Visit a local village and experience a Kava ceremony

What You Can Expect

Fiji Mamanuca Islands Sailing Cruise including Lunch

Mamanuca Islands

While in Fiji, spend a spectacular day in paradise by sailing to the Mamanuca Islands, a chain of 20 volcanic islands lying to the west of Nadi. Start your day cruise from Mana Island aboard a classic 83-foot (25-meter) wooden schooner, which starred in the 1960s television series Adventures of the Seaspray, filmed on location. Round-trip transfers from surrounding islands to Mana by catamaran or speedboat are included.

After you set sail, your professional captain and crew drop anchor in warm, crystal-clear waters, where you can swim and snorkel with provided gear. Morning and afternoon tea are served on board along with a barbecue lunch and unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks.

Visit the uninhabited island of Modriki, which you may recognize from the film Castaway, starring Tom Hanks. Spend your free time here basking in the sun, strolling the long stretch of white-sand shoreline or snorkeling in the turquoise lagoons. Before returning to your starting point, you’ll be welcomed by local villagers on Yanuya Island, where you can take part in a traditional kava ceremony for a glimpse at Fijian life.

Please note: As a mark of respect, hats are not to be worn in the village, as it is customary that only the chief of the village is allowed to wear a hat. Women are encouraged to dress modestly and cover their knees when visiting villages.

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