Relax in gorgeous isolation in Yasawa Islands accommodation, one of Fiji’s premier islands. Palms trees sway around enchanting azure lagoons and rugged mountains soar over untouched white sand beaches. Largely uninhabited, these castaway islands are a South Sea traveler’s Eden. Hop from one of these pristine little islands to another via catamaran service, carrying nothing but a backpack and your spirit of adventure, or plan an extended stay at one of several elegant resorts.
Most accommodations are beachfront bures, Fijian thatched huts, mere steps away from swimming and snorkeling.
Several luxury resorts grace the islands, offering such amenities as full-service spas and world-class restaurants. The Yasawa Island Resort features graciously appointed, air-conditioned beachfront bures, each tucked into its own private jungle glade. Nightly rates start at AUD$880. At Mantaray Island Resort, stay in comfortable beachfront bures, or try a tree house. Highlights include swimming with the manta rays and beach bonfires under the stars. Prices range from AUD$277 to AUD$369. The tiny boutique resort of Navutu Stars spans two tranquil bays, with nine gorgeous bures ranging in price from AUD$278 to AUD$473. Popular with backpackers, the Octopus Resort offers a dorm bed for as little as $AUD192. Sporting a variety of accommodations, a stay at the Octopus can be in the jolly camaraderie of the dorms or the elegance of a private bungalow. The Yasawas boast an impressive network of budget accommodations, many of them small, family-owned bure clusters. In this string of enchanted islands, the mixture of tranquility and adventure creates unforgettable Yasawa Islands holidays.