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The Yasawa Islands are famed for their crystal-clear turquoise waters, incredible coral reefs, dramatic volcanic landscapes, and white-sand beaches – so where better to stay than Yasawa Island Resort and Spa? Located on the northern tip of the archipelago, this place is the only resort on the 22-kilometre-long Yasawa Island. The exclusivity of the resort is just one part of the appeal. You can look forward to pristine private beaches, authentic Fijian culture and untouched reefs for snorkelling and diving. The resort is also home to an award-winning beachfront spa offering indulgent treatments, and an infinity pool perfectly positioned for epic sunsets.
When you stay at Yasawa Island Resort, you can choose to simply laze around or explore. The resort is surrounded by magnificent, unspoiled coral reefs, so there’s a range of diving and snorkelling suitable for all levels, from beginners to experts. If you want to try scuba diving for the ﬁrst time, the resort even offers complimentary PADI Discover Scuba Diving pool sessions. For a taste of traditional Fijian life, you can visit the nearby village of Bukama where you’ll be serenaded by local children. You could even take part in a traditional ‘lovo’ – Fijian feast cooked underground – or watch an evening ‘Meke’ dance ceremony. A visit to the nearby Blue Lagoon Caves can also be arranged, as can romantic, private picnics on any number of deserted beaches.
Home to just 18 traditionally thatched, beachfront bures, this place is truly idyllic. You might find it hard to venture beyond Yasawa Island once you arrive. Each bure comes with a discreet outdoor shower, an expansive deck with daybeds, your own thatched cabana with sun loungers, and a hammock strung between the palms – and that’s before you even step indoors. Inside, you’ll find an extra large king-size bed, a separate lounge with mini bar, a host of Fijian design features and the all-important sea view. If you’re celebrating something special, the Honeymoon Bure is the one for you. Hidden away at the end of a deserted white beach, ‘Lomalagi’ is a private retreat with its own infinity pool and huge deck overlooking the ocean.
Dine al fresco overlooking the beach, pool and sea, while the resort’s executive chef cooks up a storm. The daily changing menu features Fijian ingredients, including fresh fish, lobster and crab caught by the local fishermen.
From your morning espresso to your evening cocktails, Manasa’s Bar has got you covered. The barman is a deft hand with the cocktail shaker, and keeps an incredibly well-stocked bar.
If you’re celebrating a special occasion or you just fancy a romantic lunch, request a delicious picnic to enjoy on the beach. Order from a selection of tasty options, select a bottle of Champagne, choose your beach, and off you go.
With just 18 beachfront bures, Yasawa Island Resort and Spa is a secluded paradise. Here, there’s no such thing as a standard room. All rooms feature modern styling, open-plan living, traditional Fijian touches and incredible ocean views.
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