Situated on the southwest coast of Viti Levu between Natadola in the west and Waidroka Bay in the..Mamanuca Islands Information
Situated just off the eastern coast of Viti Levu, the Mamanuka Islands are perhaps as close to the..Denarau Island Information
Denarau Island is located just offshore of the "mainland" island of Viti Levu, near Nadi. It is..Kadavu Islands Information
The wild and stunning Kadavu Islands of Fiji are around 90 kilometres to the south of Viti Levu and..Beachcomber Island Information
One of the smallest of the Mamanuca Islands, Beachcomber Island has a reputation much bigger than..Nadi Information
Situated on the west coast of Viti Levu, the town of Nadi (pronounced Nandi) is Fiji's third lagest..Nacula Island Information
Part of the Yasawa Group that is to the north west of Viti Levu, Nacula Island is the third largest..Suva Information
Fiji's capital Suva is situated on the south eastern coast of Viti Levu. With a population of over..Viwa Island Information
Viwa Island is located approximately 60km northwest of Denaru and is part of the stunning Yasawa..Blue Lagoon Information
One of the most famous names for a tropical paradise in modern times would have to be "The Blue..Kuata Island Information
Kuata Island is the southern most island of the Yasawa group of islands which lie to the north west..Lomaiviti Islands Information
Just to the east of Viti Levu is the Lomaiviti group of Islands. There are nine main island in the..Pacific Harbour Information
Known as the adventure capital of Fiji, Pacific Harbour is a scenic two-hour drive from the..Nanuya Balavu Island Information
At the southern end of Naviti Island, in the Yasawa island group is Nanuyu Balavu Island. It is a..Naviti Island Information
Naviti Island is the largest of the Yasawa Group which is located to the north west of Viti Levu...
Heading northeast from the Mamanucas, the Yasawa island group consists of 16 islands strewn in a chain almost 90Km long. These islands are typically larger and more rugged than their southern neighbours. The Yasawas have long been a favourite destination for island-hopping backpackers, and it's not hard to understand why.
Many of the islands have outstanding fringing reefs and lagoons to explore with some world class scuba diving sites, whilst the islands themselves offer a wide variety of trekking options including rain forest, volcano peaks and the Sawa-i-lau caves.
An organised visit to one of the local villages provides a unique opportunity to experience local hospitality and customs which will often include a Kava welcoming ceremony and a traditional lovo feast.
In addition to a good range of budget accommodation, there are also a number of resorts scattered throughout the islands, ranging from simple beachside thatched huts called bures, to ultimate 5 star luxury. A regular fast catamaran service operates from Denarau.