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7 Days

Fiji Islands Escape

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$2495/ Adult

Private departures available on the date of your choice for 2+ people.

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What's Included

✅ 4-5 Star resorts

✅ Airport Transfers

✅ Full Board Meals (indicated in itinerary)

✅ Yasawa Flyer High-Speed Ferry

✅ Sawa-I-Lau Limestone Caves Tour

✅ Cultural Village Visit

✅ Snorkeling Tour

What's Excluded

❌ Airfare

❌ Airport taxes and excess baggage fees

❌ Beverages & meals not specified

❌ Optional Activities

❌ Gratuities

❌ Personal Expenses

❌ Travel Insurance

❌ Any Visas, Innoculations, or COVID Tests (if required)

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Overview

Bula! Welcome to Fiji! Spending a week in the Yasawa Islands, Fiji, is like stepping into a postcard of paradise. With their pristine white sandy beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and lush green landscapes, the Yasawas offer a serene escape from the hustle of everyday life. Each day can be filled with snorkeling among vibrant coral reefs, exploring hidden caves, or simply lounging on the beach with a refreshing coconut in hand. The warm hospitality of the locals and the laid-back island vibe makes it easy to unwind and immerse oneself in the natural beauty of this stunning archipelago.

Adventure Highlights

⭐ Spend some time at Denarau Island, Fiji’s most popular playground.

⭐ Explore the Yasawa Islands, known for their dramatic landscapes, pristine beaches, and clear turquoise waters.

⭐ Discover 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 catch a glimpse of real Fijian Island life.

⭐ Go snorkeling at world-class reefs and the famous Blue Lagoon and discovera  colorful marine wonderland. 

⭐ Explore nearby islands and hidden coves by kayak and SUP.

⭐ Enjoy world-class cuisine with full-board meals included at our resorts.

Group Trip Dates

TRIP DATES AVAILABILITY PRICE
December 8, 2024 - December 14, 2024 Available $2,495

A 25% deposit per person is required to reserve your spot on this trip and payment is due in full by  September 9, 2024, but you are free to make payments any way you prefer as long as you are paid in full by the due date.

Traveling solo? No problem!
On our group trips, we offer free roommate-matching and will pair you with a same-sex roommate, so you are never obligated to pay the single supplement fee. 

 

Want Your Own Room?
Single Supplement is available for $2110 (based on availability)

By booking this trip, you agree to the Booking Terms and Conditions.

Is This Trip Right for You?

  • The accommodations included in this itinerary are a 4* Resort on Nacula Island that has been recently renovated but is more Fijian authentic. 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 high-speed catamarans as well as other motorized water transportation. The catamaran ride is 4.5 hours, making stops at several islands for travelers to get on and off to go to their resorts.

  • This tour requires a minimum of 6 participants and a maximum of 16 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 entering the village and ladies are required to have shoulders and knees covered. A sarong is a great option to wear when visiting the village.

Sustainability Commitment

We choose our local travel partners based on their commitment to social and community development and environmental preservation. Our local partner for Fiji is a member of the Mamanuca Environment Society which was created in 2003 out of growing concern for the fragile marine and terrestrial ecosystems in this region. It brings local village communities, tourism operators, government, and non-governmental organizations together to collaborate and work towards preserving and protecting this area with initiatives to raise awareness and promote sound environmental practices for the benefit of future generations of communities living, working, and visiting the Mamanuca group. 

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PLACES YOU'LL VISIT

DAILY ITINERARY

  • Arrive in Nadi

    Day 1

    Upon arrival at Nadi International Airport, you'll be greeted by your driver who will transfer you to your accommodation at Denarau Island, Fiji’s most popular playground, our hotel is directly opposite Port Denarau, the gateway to the islands.

    Overnight at The Palms Denarau

    Day 1
  • Port Denarau to Nacula Island | Cultural Village Visit

    Day 2

    This morning, we’ll take the Yasawa Flyer High Speed Ferry to Oarsman's Bay Lodge, located on the northern tip of the remote Yasawa Islands. Situated on one of the most stunning stretches of beach fringing the Blue Lagoon, this is one of the most photographed locations in the Yasawas.

    Overnight at Oarsman’s Bay Lodge

    Day 2
  • Nacula Island | Sawa-I-Lau Limestone Caves

    Day 3

    No trip to the Yasawa Islands is complete without a visit to the majestic Sawa-I-Lau Caves. It is a must-do for travelers visiting Fiji’s spectacular Blue Lagoon. There are two main limestone caverns and they are dominated by luminous saltwater swimming pools; the first is lit by a natural overhead vent, and the second, is a more secretive cave, only accessible via an underwater tunnel. Wow!

    Overnight at Oarsman’s Bay Lodge

    Day 3
  • Nacula Island - Naukacuvu Island | Snorkeling Tour | Ferry to Paradise Cove Resort

    Day 4

    This morning, we’ll experience the best of Fiji water on a guided snorkeling trip. We’ll visit three different sites and you’ll see hundreds of coral varieties in warm lagoons which are home to thousands of species of fish. This afternoon, we’ll jump back on board the high-speed catamaran to take us to another resort on Naukacuvu Island.

    Overnight at Paradise Cove Resort

    Day 4
  • Naukacuvu Island | Free Day

    Day 5

    Every day there are various activities on offer such as snorkeling tours, scuba diving, island excursions, hiking, cultural village tours, and much more. Today, you are free to choose what you’d like to do. With 35 different diving and snorkeling sites, Paradise Cove offers an incredible number of opportunities to explore the underwater world, including an incredible coral reef right off the beach!

    Overnight at Paradise Cove Resort

    Day 5
  • Ferry to Port Denarau | Free Time

    Day 6

    This afternoon, we’ll depart our resort at 3pm for the return back to Port Denarau. This evening, we’ll choose a restaurant to have one final dinner before we say ‘Moce’ (pronounced ‘mo-they’ and means goodbye) to our new lifelong friends we’ve met on this adventure.

    Overnight at The Palms Denarau

    Day 6
  • Port Denarau | Departure

    Day 7

    Today is departure day and at the appropriate time, a representative will be waiting to transfer you to the Nadi Airport.

    End of Tour/ Departure

    Day 7

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