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Oarsmans Bay Lodge offers accommodations in Nacula Island. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant and bar. Absolutely fantastic ! The lagoon, the view, the staff, the share room is perfect. You can travel alone, you will meet people easily. This place is wonderful.
Ideally located for diving, Barefoot Kuata Island offers a bar, restaurant, swimming pool and games room. Daily activities include coconut bowling, traditional dancing, live music and crab racing. Barefoot Kuata was one of my favourite resorts ever! The island is unique, the morning sunrise hike was magical and the islands around are just as beautiful. Loved the beaches and the sunset spot. Also loved the staff , I really felt part of the family! Dorms were very good, spacious and clean. The snorkel and diving with the sharks are a one time life experience!
Located in the secluded Yasawa Islands, the eco-friendly Barefoot Manta Resort is ideally located for swimming, diving and snorkeling, as all bungalows are set on the beach. Of all the islands we’ve been to, this was the best vibe for young people / back packers. Lovely staff which went into the trouble of learning everyone’s names which was very impressive. Amazing food, menus changing every day Stunning island and lots of nice activities at no extra cost. Trip to the village was fantastic - don’t miss it The best snorkelling
Boasting a waterfront location, Paradise Cove Resort features over 656 feet of private beach area. Surrounded by a garden landscape, this property offers a day spa, an outdoor pool and a restaurant. The rooms are clean, comfortable, and beautiful! The bathroom is luxurious, loved showering under the stars. I was unsure how I would like the mandatory meal plan, but I was happy it’s how they do things. the meals are excellent and the service is even better. You’re provided breakfast, lunch and dinner. All the staff are welcoming and helpful. The snorkeling off the beach at the resort is great! I’m an avid snorkeler and diver and really enjoyed the ease of access to the coral reef. The resort dive shop also offers many other activities. Some are free and others at a very reasonable cost. Highly recommend the Manta Ray Passage, short 10 min boat ride from resort!
Set within a tropical garden of coconut palms and surrounded by turquoise water, Coconut beach Resort directly overlooks the world famous Blue Lagoon in the Yasawa Islands. The staff were amazing and made the experience unforgettable. They all get to know you personally, have authentic friendliness and enthusiasm and bring lots of joy and happiness. There are lots of activities - both free and value added to select from. Jump out of bed and wake up with a swim in the crystal clear water. Food was delicious. Snorkelling and diving incredible. Super relaxing yet adventurous holiday.
Set on half a mile of beach in Likuliku Bay, this resort has a swimming pool and a luxurious day spa. There are 2 bars, a restaurant and a variety of cultural activities available. All meals included, the menu has a great selection with local specials every day, the beach and island is beautiful, so is the staff, and the local villagers.
Mantaray Resort Fiji features a choice of private and dormitory accommodations in the stunning Yasawa Island group. There was a great selection of Menu and all of the meals are substantial/big portions. Food was delicious as well. Toilet and shower facilities are well maintained. Staff are so welcoming, accommodating and friendly.
Offering garden views, Malakati Village Beach House in Nacula Island has accommodations and a private beach area. Some units feature a terrace and/or a patio with sea or mountain views. Staying in Malakati was an exceptional experience. Locals are incredibly welcoming, kind, and helpful. Families took turns in preparing delicious fresh meals 3 times a day. There are many opportunities to explore the island and surrounding areas such as caves, snorkeling, diving, fishing, and hiking as well as learn about Fijian culture. I would recommend this picturesque village for real travelers who are ready to experience Fijian everyday life. I am hoping to return soon.
On average, 3-star hotels in Yasawa Islands cost $11 per night, and 4-star hotels in Yasawa Islands are $73 per night. If you're looking for something really special, 5-star hotels in Yasawa Islands cost around $107 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
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One of my best places i ever been for that low price. The food was so delicious & the view was amazing. Its a real Fiji Dream. They have the perfect beach. The Oarsmans Bay is so peaceful and not to crowd. I really enjoyed. Also the stuff is so friendly, lovely and very welcoming. I slept in the dorm room and it was one of the best also i ever been. I wish i had more nights there (because i think it was the best Resort on the Yasawa Islands) but when i will come back to fiji i will definitely go back there!!! Vinaka!!!!
So many places to choose in Fiji and we were lucky to choose Navutu Stars. We had a wonderful experience. This is the perfect hotel for a relaxed holiday. The villas are big, private and clean. The thing that makes this such a good place to stay are the staff. All of the people are incredibly helpful and generous with their time and advice. All staff always smiling and making feel like at home. Every day we enjoyed around 6 - 7 pm the perfect sunset in front of the dinner room with an amazing cocktail. Thank you every one for this amazing experience..... and thanks to the bartender for the great drinks! Carlos
Very private,food was exceptional.
Everything. location, the staff, the locals, the beach, the activities!
Very authentic. No electricity just a few solar lights but this is how they live. An amazingly simple life. The family is lovely and made us so welcome. We harvested and planted cassava, grated fresh coconut, met the village chief, drank cava along with many other traditional things. Beautiful location. We highly recommend this homestay but remember you will not be at a resort. No cocktails by the swimming pool - just authentic Fiji island life.
The family running the Eco Lodge were super friendly and helpful. Because the guests all sit together for meals we became good friends and did activities together. The buffet and dance on our last night was the highlight of our 12 days in Fiji. The colourful, live coral and fish within snorkel from shore were a huge bonus.