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Fiji Islands

The Fiji islands are home to over 300 islands. These volcanic and coral reef fringed destinations remain rather unexplored and untouched. This charter destination is most famous for being a diving and fishing haven, especially between May and October, when average temperatures never fall below 20 degrees, and sea temperatures never below 25 degrees. These islands are a true paradise for luxury yacht charter, with perfect conditions, surrounded by spectacular, untouched, natural beauty.

 

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Suggested Itinerary

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WHEN TO GO- JULY-SEPTEMBRE

Mamanuca Islands and Yasawa Islands and Viti Levu

Day 1   

Port  Denarau  Marina  is  located  15min  from  the  international  Airport  at  Nadi.  After joining the yacht  we  depart  immediately  for  Navadra  island,  this  is  great  place  to feel the peace and serenity of an uninhabited island. The island is split into two with a beautiful reef and sand bar linking them together. Explore the little visited beaches and snorkel the crystal clear water surrounding this beautiful island.   

Day 2  

Waya island is  the  Southern most island in  the  Yasawa Group.   Anchor  off Natawa village (South  Waya).  Present  your  kava  to  the  village  chief  in  the  traditional “sevusevu” ceremony. This  high  island  has  spectacular  views  from  its  peak  and  is worth  the  short  hike  to  the top.  Stop  and  refresh  in  the  natural  spring  on  the  way. Continue  to  walk  right  over  the island  to  your yacht.  There  are  some good dives and snorkeling on the peninsulas and the small nearby islets. Spend the night at Naluwaki Bay on the North side of Waya island and explore the uninhabited beaches.

Day 3  

Located East of Matacawa Levu Island is Blue Lagoon (this is the location where the famous Brook  Shields  movie  of  the  same  name  was  filmed).  There  is  some  exciting snorkeling through  the  passes  in  the  reef  and  the  neighboring  islands  can  be explored on foot.

Day 4  

Heading North to Sawa I lau, a large bay dotted with beaches and shallow passes ideal for snorkeling and exploring. Present your kava to the village and visit the huge chandelier  caves formations  on  Sawa  i  Lau  island.  You  can  swim  through  these magnificent caves with sun light filtering though holes in the roof. 

Day 5   

Cruise to the top of Yasawa Island. Round the top of the island and anchor in Yasawa-  I-  Rara Bay.  This  is  the  cream  of  the  Yasawa  islands  with  10  kilometers  of pristine beaches interrupted by lush green headlands. There is some great snorkeling and  diving  off  the northern  tip  of  Yasawa  Island.    Explore  this  remote  coast  at  will, walk the coast line at low tide to view the varied fish life in the corals and pools.

Day 6  

Cruise  back  towards  Port  Denarau  stopping  overnight  at  a  one  of  the many uninhabited islands in the Mamanucas. 

 Day 7

Disembark in Port Denarau Marina.

 

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