Fiji Islands Escape
December 3-9, 2023
Discover Fiji, known for its dreamy blue sea and white-sand beaches
6 nights/ 7 days
Starts in Nadi
Ends in Nadi
PLACES VISITED: Denarau Island, Mamanuca Islands & Yasawa Islands
ACTIVITIES: Snorkeling, Relaxing, Hiking, Kayaking
GROUP SIZE: 16 people max
PHYSICAL RATING: Level 1: Easy
Bula! Welcome to Fiji! With an archipelago of more than 330 islands, Fiji is the perfect place to relax after an incredible adventure. This trip will take you to the beautiful Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands, where you’ll experience some of the best beaches and snorkeling in the world. Sparsely populated, the Yasawa Islands are best known for desert-island-paradise dreams and the Mamanucas for it’s white sand beaches and world-class surf breaks.
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$2495/ person (double/twin share)
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Single Supplement Fee: $1320
A 25% deposit per person is required to reserve your spot on this trip and payment is due in full by September 4, 2023, but you are free to make payments any way you prefer as long as you are paid in full by the due date.
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- Spend some time at Denarau Island, Fiji’s most popular playground.
- Relax on pristine white sand beaches.
- Go island hopping on a high-speed catamaran
- Discover the Yasawa Islands, known for their dramatic landscapes, pristine beaches, and clear turquoise waters.
- Visit the majestic Sawa-I-Lau caves, considered a sacred site by the local Fijian people.
- Visit a local village offering you the chance to learn about the culture and catcha glimpse of real Fijian Island life.
- Go snorkeling at world-class reefs and the famous Blue Lagoon and discover a colorful marine wonderland.
- Enjoy a Fijian cultural performance and a traditional Fijian feast, known as a lovo, which is cooked in an underground oven and features a variety of local dishes including fish, chicken, taro, cassava, and coconut cream.
- Local guide(s)/ Trip Leader
- 4 Breakfasts; 4 Lunches; 4 Dinners
- Accommodations listed in itinerary
- Airport Transfers
- Yasawa Flyer High-Speed Ferry
- Sawa-I-Lau Limestone Caves TourCultural Village Visit
- Snorkeling Tour at Blue Lagoon
What's Not Included
- International Airfare
- Airport taxes and excess baggage fees
- Beverages & Meals not specified
- Optional Activities
- Personal Expenses
- Travel Insurance
Is This Trip Right For You?
- The accommodations included in this itinerary are a 3* Resort on Nacula Island that has been recently renovated but is more Fijian authentic with beachfront/oceanview bungalows. On Naukacuvu Island, we will be at a luxurious 5* resort. On Denarau Island, we will be in a guest room apartment located a 1 min walk from the port.
- This trip includes a combination of shared ground transportation and high-speed catamarans as well as other motorized water transportation.
- There are a couple of long boat rides on this trip, 4.5 hours, making stops at several islands for travelers to go get on and off to go to their resorts.
- This tour requires a minimum of 6 participants and a maximum of 14 participants in order to ensure the best small group tour experience. With such a small group, you’ll be able to enjoy activities that would not be accessible to more people.
- There are several snorkeling opportunities on this trip and you must know how to swim and be comfortable being in the ocean for you to participate.
- The weather in Fiji in December can be quite hot and humid with temperatures in the 90’s. It is recommended that you carry water with you at all times and stay hydrated.
- A single supplement is available if you’d prefer to not share a room on this trip, but is based on availability.
- Culture is very important in the islands, so we ask you to respect a few practices upon entering any village. Please remove any hats or sunglasses when ventering the village and ladies are required to have shoulders and knees covered. A sarong is a great option to wear when visiting the village.
Places We'll Visit
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