Starting from our home berth in Port Denarau Marina you are right on the doorstep of the Mamanuca and Yasawa Island Groups. These islands are located on the leeward side of Fiji, so you will generally experience dry sunny weather.
Protected by the reef, The Mamanucas is a chain of tropical islands that offer smooth sailing.
Ranging from flat atolls to hilly lush islands The Mamanucas have beautiful crystal clear waters, palm fringed long sandy beaches and coral reefs that you dream of on a cold winters day in the office. Enjoy a picnic on Monoriki where Castaway was filmed, have a pamper session in a tropical island spa, surf world-class breaks.
Sail further North and anchor off Waya at the bottom of the Yasawas. Present your kava to the village chief in the traditional “sevusevu” ceremony. Then hike up to the island’s peak and absorb the spectacular views. Keep trekking right over the island and uniQue will collect you on the other side with a cold beer and delicious lunch.
The Yasawa Group
The Yasawa Group gets more spectacular the further North you go. Stretching for 90kms this chain of 20 ancient volcanic islands has pristine white sandy beaches and dramatic monoliths surrounded by turquoise lagoons.
Swim with the Manta Rays at Naviti Island, anchor in the stunning waters of the Blue Lagoon where the famous film was made, explore the huge Lime stone caves at Sawa-I-Lau and finally stand on the fine sand of the 10km of pristine beaches of Yasawa Island.
In the Yasawas you will be in a stunning environment where you’ll see a more traditional Fijian way of life and enjoy Fiji at its best