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7 Day Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands Cruise

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Key Highlights

  • Perfect for backpackers!
  • See the very best of Fiji
  • All options include 6 nights’ accommodation and 7 days cruising
  • Upgrade to the “Full Monty” option for a range of exciting day time activities
  • Activity Schedule
    When does it run?



    7 Days/ 6 Nights

    Start time

    Start Time: 0830h (08:30am)
    Duration: 7 Days/ 6 Nights

    Meeting Point

    Tour departs Port Denarau Marina.

    Ending Point

    Tour ends at the starting point.

  • Overview & Itinerary


    Explore two of the best regions in Fiji - the Mamanuca Islands with beautiful crystal clear waters & palm fringed long sandy beaches and the Yasawa Islands with pristine white sandy beaches and dramatic monoliths surrounded by crystal clear lagoons.


    Day 1 & 2:

    Join fellow travellers and cruise on board our famous Yellow Boat, the ‘Yasawa Flyer’, to the southernmost islands of the Yasawa chain. Stunning monolithic mountains with sheer rock peaks, beautiful greenery and golden sand beaches dominate these islands.

    Activities vary depending on where you stay and can include summit walks, reef snorkelling, guided kayaking or swimming with sharks and manta rays (depending on the season) (optional extra).

    Overnight stay at Kuata Natural Resort or Wayalailai Ecohaven Resort.

    UPGRADE TO FULL MONTY: If you stay at Kuata Natural Resort, you can choose to do two of the following activities: a guided summit walk; reef snorkelling/swim with the sharks trip; a guided kayaking trip. If you stay at Mantaray, you can enjoy a sunset tube cruise, cocktail or beer in hand!

    Day 3 & 4:

    Jump back on the Yasawa Flyer for a mid-morning transfer to your next dose of Fijian paradise. White Sandy Resort share the beach and beautiful bay, sitting just a short walk from each other.

    All resorts are Fijian family-run properties where you’ll feel at home with the staff. Relaxation is the name of the game here – lie on your beach towel or hammock, read or snooze, sip on a beer or wine. But if you insist on being active, there is plenty on offer!

    Overnight stay at White Sandy Beach.

    UPGRADE TO FULL MONTY: Experience the awe-inspiring feeling of swimming with manta rays (October to May). Or from June to September, enjoy a snorkelling trip by boat to fantastic Fijian reef sites. If you’re staying at Korovou, you can also take part in a Fijian cooking lesson.

    Day 5:

    Cruise up the Northern Yasawas to the stunning Blue Lagoon region. You may recognise the aqua and turquoise waters from the famous Brooke Shields movie ‘The Blue Lagoon’.

    Enjoy the island walks, magnificent beaches and spectacular coral. Hit the beach at sunset and watch for the flying fish. This is Fiji paradise!

    Overnight stay at Nabua Lodge or Gold Coast Resort.

    UPGRADE TO FULL MONTY: You can choose to do two activities: the Sawailau Caves Trip; a snorkelling trip by boat to awesome reef sites in the Blue Lagoon; or a Fijian village visit.

    Day 6:

    Snorkel in Fiji’s famous Blue Lagoon or enjoy a fantastic trip to the Sawailau Caves where a short underwater swim takes you into a surreal underground cavern. The scenery on the trip out to the cave is unforgettable. The rest of the day is yours to chill out and do as you please.

    Overnight stay at Nabua Lodge or Gold Coast Resort.

    Day 7:

    Today it’s time to depart the Yasawas and return to Nadi. You’ll have the morning for relaxing, snorkelling, kayaking – doing what you please for your last day in the Yasawas.

    You’ll then board the Flyer for the scenic cruise back down through the spectacular Yasawa Islands and then through the tiny Mamanuca islands. It’s a view to remember.

  • Inclusions & Exclusions


    • Boat, Bed, Meals option:
    • 6 nights Island Resort accommodation
    • All vessel transfers
    • Meals where specified
    • Complimentary transfers from most Nadi/Denarau area hostels and hotels to Port Denarau Marina (clients must book in advance)
    • Full Monty option:
    • As above with additional activities
    • Guided kayaking & summit walk
    • Reef snorkelling & Swim with reef sharks or manta rays (seasonal)
    • Fijian cooking lesson
    • Sawailau Caves trip
    • Fijian village visit


    • Breakfast on Day 1
    • Dinner on Day 7
    • Fuel Surcharge (FJ$10 Adult and FJ$5 Child)
  • Please note & Additional info

    Please note

    Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details

    Departs Denarau Marina at 08:30am and returns 05:45pm

    The fuel surcharges (FJ$10 Adult and FJ$5 Child) will be collected at check-in prior to departure from Denarau Marina.

    Complimentary transfers from most Nadi/Denarau area hostels and hotels to Port Denarau Marina, but clients must book in advance. Pick-Up Time will be advised at time of booking.

    Additional info

    Travel between Denarau and South Sea Island is included in the Pass

    Travel between Denarau and Beachcomber is provided by the tour operator.

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have

  • reviews
    • F*cking Fantastic

      This is a truly great way to see the bits of Fiji that you might not otherwise see. There was GREAT value for money, 7 days and 6 nights in 3 different resorts, 19 meals, all...

      R J Brender, Australia, 12/Sep/2012
    • very nice holidays in Fiji Islands

      You should do this trip, I think it is the best of Fiji!!...

      Martin Finger, Czech Republic, 21/Sep/2013
    • Amazing, incredible, awesome experience - a lasting memory

      An amazing experience not to be missed if you are visiting Fiji. These islands are so special and unique as are the welcoming friendliness of the people. I loved every moment . I...

      Ms J M Day, United Kingdom, 20/Jun/2011
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