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Yasawa Wanderer - 4 Islands


Yasawa Wanderer - 4 Islands

Day 1

Depart Port Denarau and enjoy a cruise through the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands on board the Yasawa Flyer headed for Octopus Resort. Get settled in and then stretch your legs with a guided mountain hike.

Barefoot Kuata (6-bed dorm, shared bathroom), or Beachfront bure (private ensuite with fan)
Octopus Resort (14-bed dorm, shared facilities, aircon), or Garden Bure (private ensuite with fan)

Days 2 & 3

Late morning, board the Yasawa Flyer headed for the Blue Lagoon region and spend the rest of the day exploring the resort. On day 3, experience the Sawa-I-Lau Caves where a short swim underwater takes you to a surreal underground cavern.

Oarsmans Bay Lodge - Standard Dorm (8 bed unisex Shared, aircon), Beachfront Bure (private ensuite, aircon)
Blue Lagoon Beach Resort - Dorm (8 bed unisex, shared facilities, aircon), Garden Villa (private ensuite, fan)
Cooonut Beach Resort - Garden Villa (private ensuite, fan)

Days 4 & 5

Explore the lagoon this morning with a guided snorkelling trip and then transfer to Mantaray Island Resort in the early afternoon. On day 5, from May to Oct, swim with manta ray or go on a guided snorkelling trip at one of the best reefs in the region.

Mantaray Island Resort - Paradise Dorm (32 Bed unisex, shared, aircon), Seaside Bure (private ensuite, fan)
Barefoot Manta Island Resort - Vai (Mantaray) Dorm (7 bed unisex, shared, fan), Beachfront Island Bure (private ensuite, fan)

Days 6 & 7

Spend the morning exploring, relaxing and swimming before boarding the Yasawa Flyer again mid-afternoon headed for the beautiful Kuata Island. On day 7, you get to snorkel with reef sharks! Not as scary as it sounds, but if you wish, you can choose a guided night snorkel instead. Make sure to do the Sunset Hike while here!

Accommodation on Day 6 only
Barefoot Kuata Island Resort - Kuata Dorm (6 Bed Unisex), Beachfront Bure (private ensuite, fan)
Octopus Resort - Dorm (14 bed unisex, shared facilities, aircon), Garden Bure (private ensuite, fan)

Day 8

We know it is tough but you have another day relaxing and enjoying everything this resort has to offer before boarding the Yasawa Flyer in the late afternoon arriving back at back to Port Denarau.


This itinerary operates in the order noted above or can operate in reverse order.

Bonus Malamala Day Pass and Awesome Pack

All packages get a bonus Malamala Day pass to use pre/post package and an Awesome Pack containing a Sarong, Drink Bottle & Day Pack to be picked up at check-in.

Book one of our Inclusive Packages and you’ll receive a full-day experience at Malamala Beach Club to use either before or after your island trip. Make sure to leave enough time on the mainland pre or post your island trip to fit in this awesome day out. Malamala Beach Club is the world’s first island beach club, located just 25 minutes from Port Denarau. Surrounded by crystal-clear waters, the beach club offers a delicious à la carte menu and handcrafted cocktails.

Experience the white sand beach, resort-style infinity edge pool, use of complimentary non-motorised watersports equipment and laid back tunes played all day long. Add on a poolside daybed or beachside cabana with butler service for a day you won’t forget!

Full Day Pass Includes:
- Return coach transfers from most Nadi, Denarau and Wailoaloa resorts / hotels
- Return vessel transfers
- Towel service
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Use of non-motorised watersports equipment including kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and snorkelling gear

It is highly recommended to book an Arrival or Departure Package in order to secure enough time to use your free Malamala Day Pass. Please ask your travel advisor about this.

Wat is inbegrepen?

Extra kosten tijdens tour
Compulsory meals package of FJD $1046 is to be paid in local currency (FJD) upon arrival, or you can ask your travel advisor to book it for you at AUD $711 (subject to change).


See the whole length of the Yasawas
Amazing snorkelling and diving locations
Spectacular scenery
'Picture postcard' Fiji beaches
Plenty of optional activities

Awesome Experience Inclusions
Day 1 - Octopus Resort - Guided Night Snorkel (Tue, Thu & Sat) or Guided Mountain Hike With Octopus Resort (Mon, Wed & Fri)
Barefoot Kuata Island Resort - Guided Snorkelling with the Reef Sharks OR Guided Night Snorkel with Barefoot Kuata (daily)

Day 2 - Oarsmans Bay Lodge - Free Day
Blue Lagoon Beach Resort - Free Day
Coconut Beach Resort - Free Day

Day 3 - Oarsmans Bay Lodge - Sawa I Lau Caves Trip - 2 hours - with Oarsmans Bay Lodge (Mon-Sat)
Blue Lagoon Beach Resort - Sawa I Lau Caves Trip operated by Blue Lagoon Beach Resort (Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat)
Coconut Beach Resort - Guided Sawa I Lau Caves trip with Coconut Beach Resort - operates Mon & Fri (on other days, an alternative activity will be offered once guests arrive at the resort)

Day 4 - Mantaray Island Resort - Sunset Tube Cruise & Guided Village Visit with Mantaray Island Resort
Barefoot Manta Island Resort - Conservation Safari including dedicated time with Marine Biologist & participation in conservation activity (daily) with Barefoot Manta Island Resort

Day 5 - Mantaray Island Resort - Swim with Manta Rays (valid May to Oct) OR Guided Snorkelling Trip with Mantaray Island Resort
Barefoot Manta Island Resort - Swim with Manta Rays (valid May to Oct) OR Guided Snorkelling at Reef Sites with Barefoot Manta

Day 6 - Barefoot Kuata Island Resort -Free Day
Octopus Resort - Free Day

Day 7 - Barefoot Kuata Island Resort - Guided Snorkelling with the Reef Sharks OR Guided Night Snorkel with Barefoot Kuata
Octopus Resort - Guided Night Snorkel (Tue, Thur & Sat) or Guided Mountain Hike (Mon, Wed & Fri) with Octopus Resort


The Yasawa Islands have that special remote and ‘untouched’ feeling to them. The resorts range in budget and style from very basic to very up-market.

Most of the Mamanuca and Yasawa Island resorts we work with are Fijian owned and run, making them super friendly, fun, relaxed and culturally authentic. You'll mix and mingle with the locals from the nearby island villages. Just about every resort is beachfront, with coral lagoons on your doorstep.

The resorts offer a range of room types including mixed dormitory, twin and double rooms. Many resorts are traditional thatched roof huts called 'bures' (pronounced boo-rays). The properties have generators, so you’ll have electricity from sunset ‘til midnight and generally for the first part of the morning. The local power socket is the same as for Australia and New Zealand. In most properties the beds will either have mosquito nets or the windows have screens, but we always recommend bringing along insect repellent.

The Resorts are more modern properties with a strong Fijian flavour, and they have a high standard of accommodation and amenities. Rooms have fans or air-conditioning and there is more variety of meals. You'll feel welcome and immersed in the Fijian 'family'.

Lokaal vervoer

All vessel transfers between the islands and the mainland are included.


Meal time is generally very social and a fantastic way to experience the Fijian culture. The menus at each resort differ, with some a la carte and some buffet style. Fijian food is generally very tasty and includes delicious fresh fruit, fish, barbecue meat and traditional fare, such as the melt-in-your-mouth marinated fish dish, kokoda.

Eating at the resort where you're staying is generally the only choice - there are no restaurants around the corner. The style of meals varies within the coconut tiers, but not surprisingly the general rule of thumb is the more upmarket the property, the better the dining experience you can expect. Having said that you’ll get some great meals at even the 1 coconut (Simple Stay) properties (especially the 'lovos' where food is cooked in the ground).

We recommend vegetarians inform the resort on arrival.

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Money Matters
Credit cards can now be used on most islands, but it is still advisable to have some cash with you. Please note there are no banks on the islands. The most convenient ATM machines are at Port Denarau, others are available in Nadi and at the airport. The currency is the Fijian dollar. Check out current exchange rates to get a sense of how much you’ll need.

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