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Yasawa Island Resort & Spa in Yasawa Island, Fiji

Imagine a beautiful island gem resting in crystalline seas under sunny skies, glowing with 11 private white sand beaches and shimmering emerald forests, and open your eyes to the wonders of Yasawa Island Resort & Spa. On a magnificient, tranquil Fijian island surrounded by the warm Pacific Ocean, this fabulous beachfront retreat invites you to cast off from the world and relax in tropical splendor. Luxurious private bungalows are hidden amidst swaying palms, dotting the powder-soft white sand beaches just outside their doors. Step into your private oasis, and enjoy a stylish modern take on classic Fijian thatched roof bures. Open to the beauty of the island, sunlight streams through plantation-style windows while the crisp, refreshing ocean mist drifts past your plush king sized bed. Private sun decks offer the perfect place to relax, while outdoors showers are enticingly elegant. Enjoy your own private beach hut and warm hammock, and soak in the sunshine and the stunning weather. At Yasawa Island Resort & Spa, less is more than enough.

As the morning sun warms the surf, step out onto the soft sands of your quiet beach, and dive into the refreshing waters. Spend the day splashing in the waves and soaking in the sun, or enjoy a scenic kayaking adventure along the coast. Delight in a gorgeous catamaran sail in the afternoon, or fly across the ocean on a windsurfing adventure. Cruise out for an amazing scuba diving excursion and discover the vibrant undersea wonders of Rainbow Reef, Magic Wall, or Shallow Bay, or visit the legendary Blue Lagoon and snorkel in its crystalline waters. Lose yourself in the natural tropical beauty as you hike along picturesque trails crisscrossing the island, and even visit the amazing local village of Bukama to learn about their fascinating culture. Delight in a picnic on the beach or a friendly volleyball match, then relax and sip your favorite cocktail as you watch the sun set beautifully over the sea. Dine that night at the al fresco restaurant, and enjoy fabulous cuisine under breathtakingly clear starry skies. At Yasawa Island Resort & Spa, each day is an adventure in paradise.

Location of Yasawa Island Resort & Spa

P.O. Box 10128, Yasawa Island, Fiji

Nearest Airport: NAN

Amenities for Yasawa Island Resort & Spa

  • General Information
  • 18 Bures
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Private Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • Picnics
  • Oceanfront Dining
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Private Beach
  • WiFi
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Beach Access
  • 2 Outdoor Pools
  • Tennis Court
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Luxury Linens
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Outdoor Showers
  • Hammocks
  • Bottled Water
  • Private Decks
  • Indoor/Outdoor Sound System
  • Activities
  • Cultural Classes
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Excursions
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Windsurfing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Stargazing
  • Nature Walks
  • Boat Excursions
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Cultural Tours
  • Boating
  • Paddleboarding
  • Nature Hikes
  • Nearby
  • Beaches
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Honeymoons & Romance

Reviews for Yasawa Island Resort & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I can not speak highly enough of this gorgeous Resort. It was the holiday of a lifetime for my partner and I in a truly stunning location. From the flight there to the incredibly warm and gracious welcome from the staff it was a humbling experience to say the least. The Bures are gorgeous, clean, beautifully presented with everything you need in them. The bar is fantastic, the pool divine, the activities truly wonderful and the staff are some of the most beautiful people I have ever met. I left feeling more relaxed and energized than I have in years, and was grateful to receive such wonderful warmth and kindness that we received in every way. I hope I am lucky enough to go back there one day to gain some more cherished memories of paradise.

Katie-Jane B

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed in the family bure (2 separate bedrooms with a common living room) and it was wonderful - it is at the opposite end of the resort to the spa and honeymoon bure, a nice walk (at first it is quite hot but after a few times you get used to the incline and look forward to stretching your legs). This family bure is perched up above the beach with a wonderful outlook over the resort and out to the beaches and ocean. There are only 2 air conditioners in this bure (both in the bedrooms) and if you shut your louvered windows and the door to the bedroom before you go to bed, these units work very well. Housekeeping was fantastic and an added bonus is a minibar that is filled with your specific requirements, so we were kept happy with beer, lemonade and sparkling water (Perrier) - you really do not need any more because you get the most wonderful cocktails from the cocktail bar. I can't fault the food - every meal was wonderful and by the second day the staff not only knew our names but how we liked to have our coffee or tea - and once they knew we were Aussies then the vegemite appeared on our breakfast table for our toast. The husband and kids (20 and 18) did lots of scuba diving - I don't scuba dive but they would drop me off on a remote island to go shell picking on the beach whilst the divers went about their underwater business. I would encourage everyone to visit the local village - we had the pleasure of meeting the Chief and had a communial chat with him in his house. We also went back to the village to attend Church on Sunday - we are not a religious family but the amazing singing by the choir gave us goosebumps and at the end of the Church service we were in tears because this was the service to say goodbye to all the older children who were heading to boarding school (on the mainland) for the year. Secondary schooling for these village children is only possible because of the visitors to Yasawa Island Resort. We had a wonderful time and most certainly will be returning. BULA.

Katrina G - Sydney, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This is the most relaxing vacation we had in years! You are picked up in this remote island and shuttled through a dirt road to gorgeous resort among palm trees, and the dream begins; staff bursts into singing welcome, waits on you endlessly and happy, always eager to please, singing to many for their anniversary celebration and upon departure. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is included, all delicious over looking the beach. Our package included daily massages for 2, which we greatly enjoyed, especially body wrap after too much sun) massages are on a deck on the beach! The rooms are huge and private with your own personal reading hut on beach, outdoor shower, room service, unlimited non alcoholic beverages, etc We opted to sign up for the "private beach drop offs" every time we could, you basically are dropped off with an umbrella and a cooler filled with delicious local food and spend about 3-4 hours enjoying, swimming and snorkeling in turquoise emerald clear warm water with no one around! Every beach had its own unique reef to discover with incredible and multicolored formations and its variety of sea life; including the most amazing pastel colors of reef splashed with fish of different sizes and colors. Some very unafraid and unconcerned of our presence. We spotted bright blue star fish, groupers, eels and everything in between. We did swim about half a mile out, sometimes, enjoying the cooler waters. You really get a cast away feeling many times there. We also went into local village; it is very poor financially but very rich in many other ways. Visiting the school children was very moving, their contagious boundless energy moved some of us to tears when they san their good bye song in english. The hardest decision that week was at what time to book the massage! We didn't want to miss the crab race or the sand news newsletter for the activities, at Manasa's Bar. Manasa is the keeper of all knowledge, he even allowed us to hang around while only downing Perrier water bottles, hard to escape is his Kava function and required sampling, though you will sleep well that night. We enjoyed conversations with many other guests and joined some for dinner, many on anniversaries and honey moon. Our week had guests from Australia, New Zealand, US,Hong Kong, and China. Now some warnings: you will put on weight, how much depends on how many chocolate desserts you can resist (they are heavenly) If you enjoy Wailea and Vegas, and need dry cleaning, this definetely is not for you: period. This is a very remote and quiet island. On the other hand, if peaceful off the beaten path with a tiny taste of adventure is your type of gateway, look no further. You also have to be flexible with weather, we welcomed the rain (in February) and enjoyed just watching the storm and its cooling effect after. The nights we had out of this world sunsets, we also had mosquitoes during dinner by the pool, as well as night when staff surprised us with local singing and dancing. The wifi only works in main building (good for unplugging) even addicts start leaving their phones behind after the 3rd day. Signal can be sketchy sometimes. The phone in our room never really worked; sometimes we had dial tone, but we couldn't call, others they couldn't call us, then they don't quite work when it rains, but we really didn't need it, if necessary someone would have shown up at our door, and phone in main building works. We started the day with a walk on the beach in front of our room and took another walk before dinner. It is so warm that we usually ended up in the water at one end or the other. Our small plane couldn't fly in, due to weather, so we embarked instead in a multiple island stop catamaran, which I found fascinating, riding waves and watching countless islands go by. (Others were looking for Dramamine). The landing strip can also be muddy on rainy weeks. The locals are a happy contented people and they are contagious. We enjoyed every minute, it was hard to leave, and we understood the people on the Mutiny on the Bounty, it's very tempting...even today...

isildor - Fair Oaks, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Me and my wife are glad that we choose Yasawa for our honeymoon!!! There can't be any other place on the earth to make a perfect honeymoon destination! We stayed in Deluxe bure and the view from the bure is just simply amazing! We woke to the beautiful sight of Ocean with its magical music of waves and birds chirping. Everything on the resort was excellent. Very delicious food presented beautifully. Very friendly staff who took care of us very well. The trip to Blue Lagoon cave was awesome followed by our memorable beach picnic to Yawini Island was a life time experience! Even the flight trip on a sea plane to the resort was breath taking! Now coming to our bad experiences of NOT taking a travel Insurance. We had booked this resort for 7 days. But when we arrived at Nadi, our trip to Yasawa was cancelled due to heavy rain which resulted in low visibility and risk of landing on a grassy runway of the resort. We ended spending our first 2 days of honeymoon trip in a boring hotel room in Nadi as the flights to Yasawa was cancelled for the following day as well. I dont blame Yasawa for this as their booking policy says that they are not responsible for any cancellation caused due to weather. I would strictly recommend to take the travel insurance considering the expensive booking cost and the season of your travel. The resorts claimed that the credit card companies would cover this cancellation but my claim was rejected by my credit card company. Credit cards do NOT cover partial cancellations like in our case. We tried to get some help/suggestion from the resort but they stopped responding to our emails. Overall we had the best time of our life on this trip! We would definitely recommend this resort if you are looking for celebrating your special occasion in a special way! Will visit you soon, but this time with travel insurance :)

Mujahid M

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

2 older couples and we stayed in a 2 bedroom beachfront chalet . The sea and sand just a few steps away. It was a lovely peaceful place and we were there just 3 weeks before xmas. I would advise always have reef shoes and one of us was badly stung by stingers in the water so please b prepared for that. The pool is lovely and the meals divine, all made absolutely fabulous by the wonderful staff. We arrived by boat and that was great too.

rewarewa361 - Auckland Region, New Zealand

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