The beautiful islands of the Mamanucas and the Yasawa group are the most established resorts areas in Fiji. The Mamanucas provide a stunning array of activities as well as stunning white sandy beach sceneries. The Yasawa group is more grand in stature but less commercialised making them popular with backpackers and those looking to get away from it all. The Mamanucas are made up of tiny coral atolls and small volcanic islands all within sight of each other merging into the Yasawa islands.
The glorious Mamanuca Islands are the picture postcard of Fiji with eternal sunshine, pristine beaches and coconut palms, young or old, party animal or looking for a family holiday, in the Mamanucas there is an island for everyone.
In surroundings that are beautiful enough to star in ‘Cast Away’ and ‘Survivor: Fiji’ these beautiful island gems offer parasailing, windsurfing, dolphin-watching and some of the best surf breaks in the world. There are also some excellent snorkeling and diving opportunities with famous dives such as the Big W and Gotham City on your doorstep.
In the evenings, the islands become very calm and serene but just like on any other Fijian Island you will be entertained by the local school and village groups that come to the resort to show you a little bit of their culture. This is the perfect atmosphere to relax and unwind while enjoying a cocktail with your loved ones.
The Yasawa Islands are just as beautiful as the Mamanucas with its beautiful land and seascapes and just enough remoteness to offer a get away from it all holiday experience.
The Yasawa Group is composed of around 20 populated and barren islands with no roads, cars, shops or banks. Locals live from agriculture and the income that tourists bring to the island. As opposed to the flat Mamanuca Islands the Yasawa Group is mostly hilly with some of the islands with summits of up to 600 metres.
Fiji is a year round destination with the most popular time to visit being during the peak season from July through to September when the weather is pleasant and slightly cooler compared to the rest of the year.
Fiji has two major seasons, the dry season from June to October and the wet season from November to April.
|Internal Flights & Luggage||The Mamanuca & Yasawa Islands are easily accessible from Nadi by light plane taking around 15 minutes or by the boats or catamarans that travel between Nadi and the islands.|
|Transfer Information||Our packages include transfers on arrival and departure day. On arrival you will be met by one of our representatives and transferred to the resort. Transfer times are as follows:
The Ultimate Fiji Holidays team has travelled extensively between the islands giving us inside knowledge on how to get the best out of you trip to Fiji. The islands are a great place to combine with the beauty and adventure of Pacific Harbour & Kadavu .
Fiji is absolutely amazing and offers an experience not to be missed with some of the most untouched, diverse and gorgeous islands on earth. Known for its palm-fringed beaches, cascading waterfalls,…
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