Yasawa Island Fiji is the most beautiful and most South Pacific Islands in all of Fiji. Both versions of Blue Lagoon were filmed in this tropical and breath taking Yasawa Fiji. Many tourist plan vacations here year round to bask in the tropical setting and leave their cares behind.
Cruise ships consider Yasawa Island Fiji a must see as they leave Lautoka and stop off at the white sandy shores of Yasawa Fiji. The most popular islands in the Yasawa Island Fiji cluster for visitors are Yasawa, Nacula, Tavewa, Nanuya Lailai, Matacawa Levu, Naviti, and Waya.
Yasawa Island Resort is one of the most luxurious accommodations you will discover in Fiji. There are 18 thatched bures cuddled upon a beautiful white powdery beach at this Yasawa Island Resort. All the bures have wonderful large decks, large bathrooms, and comfy king sized beds. Not only will you enjoy the comfort and quiet of the Yasawa Island Resort but also you will love the homemade cookies and awesome half shell clam basin. Attractions and activities close by include mountain biking, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Your appetite will soar sky high once you wet your lips with the freshly caught fish and fresh vegetables. Your palate will love the vacation as much as your body.
Nacula is home in central Yasawa with a few backpacker accommodations that offer white sand beaches, scrumptious food, and water sports such as kayaking and scuba diving. A few of the lodging facilities allow guests to live life like locals in traditional thatched roof bures.
Another great place to stay is the Nalova Bay. Here you will enjoy the hospitality of a local Fijian couple with a wonderful beach that beckons children. Activities the family will enjoy include snorkeling on both of the bay sides where you will see all kinds of sea life especially turtles. Not far from here is another great attraction, Yasawa Lau Caves Fiji. The underwater cave at Sawa-L-lau is great for open ocean snorkeling.
Yasawa Lau Caves Fiji are known by the local villagers as Sawa-l-lau caves. The Blue Lagoon is the breath taking first encounter before you swim to the beach that takes you up to the opening of Yasawa Lau caves Fiji. There are several tours that will take you here and when you come out of the caves, you will have a delightful lunch picnic waiting on the beach.
On Tavewa, you will find Otto & Fanny's which is a great place for a family vacation. Backpackers also enjoy the dormitory with eight single beds while families love the family bure that is perfect for four. Enjoy taking up scuba diving while visiting you will not be disappointed.
Nanuya Lailai may look a bit familiar, as this is the location where the Brooke Shields movie "Blue Lagoon" was filmed. The Nanuya Island Resort is home on the northern end and offers white beaches, kayaking, scuba diving, village visits, and fly-fishing. There are no dormitories on this island at all; you can only find double occupancy accommodations.
Navutu Stars Resort is found on Matacawa Levu. This
resort offers wet bars, CD players, and their famous "outdoor
day beds" so you can soak up the sun. The restaurant
is wonderful for a la carte dishes with seafood at the
top of the menu. Snorkeling and swimming are the hottest