Yasawa Island Resort and Spa is an exclusive all-inclusive resort on one of the most remote and unspoiled islands of Fiji.
The Yasawa Islands are famous for their beautiful white sand beaches and gorgeous weather. Located at the very top of the Yasawa Island group, Yasawa Island is in the sunniest and driest part of Fiji, enjoying tropical warmth and ideal ocean temperatures all year round, and the least amount of rainfall even in Fiji’s wetter months. Yasawa Island Resort and Spa is the only resort or commercial development on an island that is 22 kilometres long. The Yasawa Island Resort and Spa features 11 private beaches for guests’ use, a truly authentic culture, untouched snorkelling & diving, and the space to escape from the pressures of the ‘real world’.
With the inclusion of all standard activities (kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, tennis, guided walks, catamaran, etc) plus all scheduled activities like Village Visits, half-day Blue Lagoon Caves trips, guided snorkeling trips and private beach picnics make a stay at Yasawa incredible value and offers you a stress-free way to enjoy your Fiji holiday.
Yasawa Island Resort and Spa is inclusive of all gourmet meals & snacks, all non-alcoholic beverages, and complimentary wiﬁ in all of our public spaces. Our inclusion of all standard activities (kayaks, stand up paddle boards, tennis, guided walks, catamaran, etc) plus all scheduled activities like Village Visits, half day Blue Lagoon Caves trips, guided snorkelling trips and private beach picnics make a stay at Yasawa incredible value and offers you a stress free way to enjoy your Fiji holiday.
Yasawa Island Resort & Spa shares a truly authentic culture with its guests. The Yasawa Island Resort is the only commercial development on an island that is 22 kilometres long; and its only neighbours are the beautiful inhabitants of the six villages of Yasawa Island. What makes a visit to the Yasawa Island Resort so special and unique is the opportunity to get to know the Yasawa Family; visit the local village; share some kava with the village elders; listen to the school children as they burst into song to welcome you; experience a traditional meke (Fijian singing and dancing); or enjoy the choir’s incredible voices on a Sunday, as you sit with your feet in the sand watching the sun sink into the Pacific. It is these moments that will stay with you long after you leave Yasawa’s sandy shores.
Your dining experiences at Yasawa will be extraordinary. Enjoy your meals in our al fresco restaurant with incredible views overlooking the pool, beach and ocean. For additional time alone with the one you love, the possibilities are numerous… private dinners on the beach, room service, secluded beach picnics, or dinners poolside. Yasawa’s nightly tariff includes all gourmet meals and non-alcoholic beverages.
The executive chef creates delicious menus daily featuring the freshest of local and regional ingredients. The village fisherman regularly deliver fresh fish, lobster and crab to the resort, which features prominently in the Yasawa Island Resort menus, but each menu has a variety of options to satisfy all palettes.
Yasawa’s ocean-based activities are the most popular, from a gentle dip in the clear blue waters to something more adventurous like scuba diving. No matter how you choose to spend your days, Yasawa Island Resort will make them as relaxing as possible.
Blue Lagoon Caves
One of Yasawa’s unique water-based activities is an excursion to the Blue Lagoon Caves.
Visit this spectacular lagoon and swim within its hidden chambers, linked to the sea by underwater passages.
Whether it’s an afternoon relaxing on the beach or a romantic getaway, our friendly staff will pack a delightful picnic for you.
Yasawa Island Resort is surrounded by deserted beaches, ready for you to enjoy a specially prepared private beach picnic. Like all meals at Yasawa Island Resort, the private beach picnic is included in the all-inclusive tariff.
The Yasawa island’s western side (where the resort is located) is surrounded by magnificent, unspoiled coral reefs. It offers a broad cross-section of dive possibilities for all levels of divers.
Yasawa Island is made up of rugged volcanic rock whose sheer cliffs fall into the sea creating the most amazing limestone coral formations and drops offs. The island is surrounded by uncharted reefs, submerged in turquoise and jade green seas. Yasawa’s remote location will give you the enviable situation of having all of Yasawa’s incredible dive sites! ( Additional charge may apply )
With the permission of the chief, guests can visit the nearby village of Bukama where school children offer a welcome in song. Or at the resort, guests might 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.
Yasawa Island Resort & Spa takes great care to ensure all guests enjoy their dining experience in Fiji.
Freshly caught seafood and local produce will be available when you experience Yasawa’s local cooking demonstrations. The cooking style is Fijian, featuring traditional South Pacific recipes using all local ingredients, herbs and spices and you’ll be able to return home and recreate your Fijian experience for your friends and family.
Fiji is famous for its kava, and at the Yasawa Island Resort & Spa you’ll be able to partake in a traditional Fijian kava ceremony.
Nestled among the palms, each air-conditioned bure has a discreet outdoor shower; an expansive deck with daybeds to while away the afternoons; a separate living area with a minibar and iPod docking station; a hammock strung between the palms; incredible views of the ocean,
At Yasawa, there’s no such thing as a standard room. The six Bure Suites set a luxurious benchmark with their modern styling, open plan and ocean views. Scattered in pairs among the palms, they share just one adjoining wall and are positioned for privacy – the only thing you’ll see and hear from inside is the ocean.
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.
Perched on a rise overlooking the rest of the resort is the expansive Two Bedroom Bure.
With two separate bedrooms 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 (during family season only). Its elevated outdoor deck provides magnificent views over the island and out to sea.
The name says it all – Lomalagi (Lo-ma-lang-ee), another Fijian word for Heaven. 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. This is Yasawa at its best – absolute luxury and complete seclusion.
All prices are per person twin share and unless otherwise stated, are in Australian dollars, are correct at the time of publication and subject to change without notice. For room upgrades, additional nights or guest pricing please contact us.
The baggage limit (for both checked and carry-on bags) for charter flights is 23 kg
per person (50lbs). The airlines reserve the right to charge overweight luggage at FJD$5 per kilogram.