Yasawa is as authentic as it gets in Fiji. Great for snorkelling and diving enthusiasts, these islands are also excellent for travellers wishing for their first up, close and personal encounters with friendly dolphins and majestic manta rays.
The limestone caves of Sava-i-Lau are an exceptional day-tour. Visitors will have to swim down a tunnel before breaching a magnificent limestone grotto with streamers of sunlight filtering in. Definitely a bucket-list experience.
With plenty of isolated beaches and private island experiences along with swimming and diving in crystal-clear waters, Yasawa Islands are one of the finest examples of a honeymoon destination. Ask our South Pacific Specialists for our unique romantic escapes in these islands for more ideas on dinners under the starry skies and picnic lunches on deserted islets. Just call us on 1300 991 751 or fill out the enquiry form to get us started.
With its gin-clear waters, the Yasawas have a number of dive-liveaboards, luxury yachts and power catamarans ready for charters and day-tours. Call us to find out which sailing experiences are in vicinity of these islands; alternately, if you already have a particular experience in mind, fill our Enquiry form for more details on how to bring about the perfect cruise in Yasawa Islands, Fiji.
From the day Yasawa Islands were open to tourists, Hideaway Holidays has cherry-picked the best resorts and hotels for you. From family-friendly resorts with oodles of fun activities for children and teens to adults-only beach resorts, we have them all. Plus, do have a look at our seasonal Hot Deals section for limited-time offers on all-inclusive Yasawa holiday packages.
Simply put, the Yasawa Islands are the picture-postcard version of Fiji.
Everything that travellers expect from a beach destination – white, sandy beaches, pale malachite-green seas, the bracingly crisp Pacific winds with a hint of sea spray – comes true here. Right from the moment visitors board the catamaran, private speedboat or charter plane to the Yasawas, the brochure starts unfolding. As the transport get closer to the islands, the craggy peaks and the distinct olive of tropical forests come into view.
Up till 1987, no tourist could stay even a night at these pristine islands. That is one of the reasons why the islands are refreshingly ‘un-commercialized’. But now, there are a number of resorts and motels which cater to the international traveller. From luxurious haunts like the Yasawa Island Resort and Spa, which has just 18 decadent villas to pamper its guests to the fun and casual Blue Lagoon Beach Resort, the islands have a lot of choice to suit every kind of traveller.
Guests can enjoy lazing on the flawlessly beautiful beaches or snorkel their way to heaven in the endlessly clear waters. The islands are world-renowned for the quality of beaches, amazing marine life while snorkelling and beautiful coral reefs. Additionally, day tours include adventurous activities like swimming with manta rays in Drawaqa or with friendly reef sharks in Kuata island. The villages will show the world’s best hospitality when you sample their evening barbecue or get invited for a yaqona ceremony with the elders on village visits! As the Yasawas were originally formed from volcanic activities, there are hills and mountains for the nature-lovers to trek around, waterfalls and rivers filled cold, pure water to explore and canoe in.
Please scroll down to find our list of partner hotels and resorts. In case you have special requirements or need more information to decide, just fill out the enquiry form and let our South Pacific Specialists assist you in selecting the right Fijian holiday package.