Ferry to Yasawa Islands FijiYasawa Islands Fiji Ferry
Yasawa Islands Ferry - Compare ferry connections and fares
Yasawas consist of 20 wonderful islands in northwest Fiji, which include 6 major islands and many smaller islands on a surface area of 135 sqkm. Less suited to the tourist and less densely settled than the Mananucas in the southern hemisphere, these Fiji pearls are an excellent place for nomad backpacking or those who want to get away from the bustle of civilization.
As with the tragic mountains - four of the biggest island summits reaching a peak altitude of 600 meters - the blue water is waiting for a long time. Yasawa's long, slim islands also provide great cruising possibilities, with an apparently infinite number of quiet bays and wonderful islands to sail between.
It is also thought to be the cemetery of the old Filipino ten-headed serpent Ulitini, who gives the amazing landscape a touch of secrecy. For those seeking the ultimate in tranquillity, the Yasawas have some of Fiji's most beautiful sandy spots, where you can relax on a Hammock, have a cocktail or eat fresh fish from a beach cafe.
Yasawa Islands are easily accessible from Denarau on the Fiji continent, with frequent sailings to most islands every day. Itineraries are run by Awesome Adventures, a high-velocity shipping line that allows you to moor in the Yasawas within 2-5 hrs of sailing, according to your stop.
Transfers by boat to the Yasawa Islands Backpacker Resorts in Fiji
A quick day-to-day Katamaran shuttle from Port Denarau to Nadi takes passengers to most of the Yasawa Islands' insular destinations. Yasawa Flyer takes our visitors near the residence, where our rescue boats wait to collect them and bring them to our beaches. Yasawa Flyer leaves Port Denarau at 8.30am every day and arrivals in Long Strand at 12.30pm.
We have a Yasawa Flyer with our resin-transferboat. Yasawa Flyer leaves Long Beach at 1.45 pm every day and returns to Port Denarau in Nadi at about 5.45 pm. Free bus shuttle service to most of Nadi's resorts is provided by the Yasawa Flyer.