Yasawa Island Hopping
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The Yasawa Islands remote, rugged islands with white beaches, swaying palms and turquoise blue water. They consist of about 20 volcanic islands that are spread out over an area of 135 square kilometers, there are six main islands and several small ones. The extensive group of mountainous islands, some with peaks reaching as high as 600 metres above sea level, stretch in a north-east direction for about 80 kilometers.
Before 1950 tourists were not allowed to set foot on the islands, with land based tourism only starting in 1987. The islands are now a popular, but certainly not crowded, destination for travelers seeking a true tropical island paradise escape.
The accommodation on the islands are often run and staffed by locals which makes it easy to learn more about the Fijian culture. They usually provide evening entertainment through traditional dance, storytelling, and native songs.
Traveling through the Yasawa Islands can be done aboard the Yasawa flyer or you can book a day cruise, boat charter (leisure and fishing) or a jet skiing trip.
There are loads of other activities within the Yasawa Islands which you can find on our activity page that you can book together with your boat tickets.
For more information about the Yasawa Islands on things to do, places to see, where to eat & drink and its nightlife you can check out our travel guide.
Boat Trips in the Yasawa Islands
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Activities in the Yasawa Islands
Seaplane Day Trip to Yasawa
The ultimate day trip! Travel to Yasawa in style, arriving at Nanuya Lailai Island's pristine white sandy beaches and amazing crystal clear waters that boast some of the best snorkeling opportunities in the region.
The memorable seaplane trip will depart directly from the airport in Nadi, taking approximately 30 minutes, during which you will enjoy magical views of all the islands in the Mamanuca Group.
This day trip includes light refreshments and a double coursed lunch. As an optional extra, you may take a trip to the Sawa-I-Lau caves, which were made famous from the 90's 'Blue Lagoon' movie starring Brooke Shields.