Yasawa Island Resort

Yasawa Island Resort and Spa is an exclusive retreat on one of the most remote and unspoiled islands of Fiji. Just 18 luxury bungalows are hidden among the palms, each just a few steps from the pristine white beach. Swim in crystal clear waters, dive on vividly colored corals, connect with an ancient culture or indulge in Fiji’s first beachfront spa. Whatever you choose to do at Yasawa, you’ll do it in complete seclusion.

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Deluxe Bure Beachfront

Yasawa’s 10 Deluxe Bures are vast and free standing, offering ocean panoramas from inside and out. A split-level design creates separate living and sleeping areas inside, while broad decks, shaded day beds and private outdoor showers extend the living space outside. Each air-conditioned bure is superbly fitted in contemporary Fijian style, with a thatched roof, plantation shutters, an expansive sun deck, an outdoor shower, a personal hammock and a private beach hut on the edge of the sands.

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2 Bedroom Bure Beachfront

The spacious Two Bedroom Bure is perched on a rise overlooking the rest of the resort. With two separate bedrooms on either side of a large central living area, the Two Bedroom Bure is ideal for two couples travelling together or a family with older children. Its elevated outdoor deck provides magnificent views over the island and sea. Each air-conditioned bure is superbly fitted in contemporary Fijian style, with a thatched roof, plantation shutters, an expansive sun deck, an outdoor shower, a personal hammock and a private beach hut on the edge of the sands.

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Honeymoon Bure Beachfront

Hidden from the rest of the resort at the end of a deserted white beach, Lomalagi is a private retreat with its own horizon pool overlooking the ocean. The air-conditioned bure is superbly fitted in contemporary Fijian style, with a thatched roof, plantation shutters, an expansive sun deck, an outdoor shower, a personal hammock and a private beach hut on the edge of the sands.

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Yasawa Island Resort Restaurants

Yasawa might be an island of isolation, but it’s also an island of plenty. All meals are included at Yasawa, promising contemporary cuisine at every sitting and an emphasis on the succulent seafood caught daily in surrounding waters. Lobster plucked from the nearby reefs is a specialty. Dine at the restaurant, on the beach, in your bure or beneath the stars. The choice is yours.

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Yasawa Island Resort Activities

Swim or walk along the incredible beach. Snorkel among vivid corals and tropical fish at various spots around the island. Take to the water aboard a sea kayak, catamaran, wind surfer or stand up paddle board. Take a complimentary picnic on a deserted beach.Land-based activities include guided walks, village visits, tennis and beach volleyball. Or simply set out upon the island’s hiking trails to explore the bays and headlands of this scenic isle.With the permission of the chief, guests may visit the nearby village of Bukama where school children offer a welcome song. Or at the resort, guests may take part in a Lovo (Fijian feast), witness an evening Meke (dance ceremony), or sense the full resonance of Fijian voices when the village choir pays a visit on Sunday evenings. All activities at Yasawa are included in the tariff (except spa treatments, scuba diving and sport fishing).

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