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See the famous Caves and Coves from the movie Blue Lagoon!

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Yasawa Island Resort

amed by Conde Nast Johansens Luxury Hotel Guide as Winner – Most Excellent Romantic Hideaway (2006)

Yasawa Island Resort beach

Yasawa Island Resort is a remote oasis of luxury where you can truly unwind from the stress of everyday life.  Since 1991 guests have savored it’s solitude and seclusion, reveling Yasawa Island Resort burein the quiet of one of the 11 deserted beaches nearby or exploring the caves and coves made famous in the movie The Blue Lagoon which was shot Yasawa Island Resort poolon location here.  There are no other resorts on the island, only a handful of local Fijian villages who’s residents are content living in their traditional way. Access to the resort is by air only, and once-daily transfers are operated by the resort to their private landing strip on the island.  Seaplane and Helicopter charters are also available.

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ust 18 bures mean that a maximum Yasawa Island Resort deckof only 36 guests will share this jewel at any given time.  All bures at Yasawa Island Resort are sheltered among stately palm trees and just steps from the water’s edge.  At night the murmur of palm fronds in the breeze and gentle lapping Yasawa Island Resort bureof waves promise to put you into a deep and restful sleep.  Each bure reflects a contemporary Fijian style, featuring thatched roofs, local building materials, ceiling fans and air conditioning.  Private outdoor showers as well as indoor showers, spacious living areas with King-size beds generous decks, hammocks, thatched beach huts and many Yasawa Island Resort beachother amenities make every bure an excellent choice. The deluxe bures also offer shaded outdoor day beds. 

omalagi is a very private split Yasawa Island Resort beachlevel bure with it's own pool set apart from the main resort for total seclusion.  An  sprawling patio overlooks the private beach and ocean beyond.  Some of the luxuries included at Lomalagi are daily flower arrangements and turndown service, complimentary Yasawa Island Resort bure private poolsparkling wine, exclusive Lomalagi perfume, use of a CD collection, and a Valet service at your beck and call for transport to the Bure Levu (Lomalagi is separated by about 500 metres from the rest of the resort).

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uisine at Yasawa Island Resort is contemporary, with fresh seafood being a prominent component (lobster being a specialty). Yasawa Island Resort champagne The resort also claims one of the top wine cellars in Fiji with offerings from France, Italy, Australia and New Zealand (try the 1996 Dom Perignon Cuvee Champagne). 

Yasawa Island Resort massageight on the beach you’ll find the new Baravi Spa where a full menu of both healing and beauty treatments are available.  Choose from therapies from a cool menthol body pack Yasawa Isalnd Resort night view(improves circulation, reduces aching, and eases fatigue), to a hot volcanic stone massage to a hydra-firming facial (a fast-acting treatment that firms, lifts, moisturizes and brightens the skin).

hile you might be tempted to spend your entire stay at the Spa or just let yourself melt Yasawa Isalnd Resort activitiesinto relaxing environment, it would be a mistake to miss Yasawa Island Resort activitiesout on the Yasawa Island Resort activitiesactivities available.  The not-so-active guests can enjoy private picnic on one of the many deserted beaches, do a 4WD safari, visit local villages or take a launch trip to the ‘Blue Lagoon’ caves on the adjacent Saw-i-Lau Island.  More active pursuits include snorkeling, catamaran or sailboard sailing, kayaking or game fishing in the resort’s purpose-built fishing boat.  For those who want a real work out, there is tennis (on the lighted court), beach volleyball and hiking trails that run the length of the island.   

eddings are very popular at the resort as well.  Take (or renew) your vows in a wide variety of settings, from a fiji weddingbright sunny day on the beach to a heavenly ceremony under a blanket of stars.  You can choose a traditional Fijian ceremony with customary costumes and decorations, a modern ritual with orchids and a tiered cake, or just about anything your hearts desire!  The standard wedding package covers all the basic requirements, from your license and minister to the choir, decorations and set up.  Add any extras you like for a custom ceremony tailored just for you.  Of course Fijian weddings are legally binding and internationally recognized.

Ultimate Spa Bonus - A one time charge of US$260 per person covers one 50-minute spa treatment per day for your entire stay!  The longer you stay the more you save.

 

 

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Yasawai diving

f course, Fiji diving is always a favorite activity and Yasawa has a PADI dive centre with experienced Instructors and guides that can either ease you into diving, extend your training or just take you out for some incredible dives.  There are many established dive sites around the island, and exploratory dives are common.  The dive shop carries many accessories from masks to tee shirts.  Rental equipment is included in the diving tariff, so there’s no need to bring your heavy and bulky gear.   
 

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