Yasawa Islands

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  • 3-Night Mamanuca & Southern Yasawa Islands Cruise

    1. 3-Night Mamanuca & Southern Yasawa Islands Cruise

    Captain Cook discovery cruises are designed to offer you an authentic and personal experience. The Yasawa Islands are situated off the northwest coast of the main island and being volcanic in origin, they offer some of the most dramatic scenery in the South Pacific. With a new island and coral reef to visit every morning and afternoon these cruises have a greater emphasis on beach and water activities. The 3-night cruise features the southern islands including the Waya and Sacred Islands. The pristine islands of Malolo lailai, Nuku i Mana, Sacred Islands, Monu & Waya boast some of the most beautiful beaches, coral reefs and sand cays in Fiji. On our journey through the Southern Yasawa Islands you’ll experience a traditional village sevusevu ceremony and meet the children of an island school. Music and song is an integral part of Fijian life and the special choral church service on Sunda...

  • Fiji: 7-Night Yasawa Island Cruise

    2. Fiji: 7-Night Yasawa Island Cruise

    Throughout your 7-night Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands cruise you will experience highlights including the idyllic Monuriki Island, where the Tom Hanks movie "Cast Away" was filmed. Also come across the Sacred Islands where the first Fijians are said to have landed in their canoes. Visit the private island of Tivua, where you can snorkel through pristine coral gardens right off the beach, Sawa-i-lau with its famous limestone caves, and blue lagoon and Naviti Island, where you’ll enjoy a traditional Fijian feast, lovo, and cultural ceremony. As an special extra cruise inclusion, you will also be offered the choice of a complimentary tour to the Sabeto Mud Baths or the Orchid Garden of the Sleeping Giant.

  • Fiji: Four-Day Northern Yasawa Islands Cruise

    3. Fiji: Four-Day Northern Yasawa Islands Cruise

    Get to know the more isolated and less touristy northern Yasawa islands on a four-day cruise. Head first to the privately-owned Tivua island, where you’ll spend some time exploring the beaches and the island's incredible coral reef (there is also the option to do a one-day tour to Tivua). If you're feeling adventurous, dive the new wreck site of Raiyawa. Encounter a number of unforgettable beaches in the northern Yasawa Group. Visit Drawaqa Bay on day 2, known as a prime spot for sighting manta rays. On day 3, See the Yasawa cave lagoons, spectacular limestone formations that make up part of the enchanting Blue Lagoon. Spend some time on your final day at the and the luxurious, picture-perfect Yaqeta beach. Get your fill of Fijian culture with stops at Gunu for a feast and cultural performance and Matacawalevu for the shell market. Make a school and village visit to understand day to d...

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