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Cruises on the Yasawa and Mamanuca Islands - FIJI Shores and Marinas
Yasawas and Mamanucas are the nearest destinations to the Aiport. Departing from Port Denarau (only 20 min from Nadi Int'l Airport), you will reach Malolo Island, the southernmost of the Yasawa/Mamanuca range of islets. It is a necklace of reefs and islets stretching over 80 sea-mile from Malolo Island to Yasawa-i-rara at the northernmost tip of the Yasawas.
There is a reliable sunshine and the weather is on the "dry" side of Fiji. The Mamanucas have a few small shop areas where you can rent jets, parasail, do a spaside and do the common things. There are good moorings off Malolololailai and Qalito Isle.
On the most southern of the Yasawas - Waya Iceland is the beautiful Octopus Resort. Drive up the archipelago to the north to see the many other small backpackers and some more luxury hotels hiding on some of the isles. In the middle of the necklace you will find Blue Lagoon Anchor ( "Blue Lagoon" was the site for the film "Blue Lagoon" in 1980) and the Turtle Resort.
The Nanuya Island is located directly at the Nanuya Lailai beaches; very close to Tavewa Island, Fanny can organize a personal love adventure for you and your family. REPORTERS WEB CONTAINER reporters web container of dried fruit to store the meal, which is placed on the hot cliffs, coated with leafs of bananas and other leafs of dried fruit and bury for a few inches.
I' m guessing this is the next thing to a nightclub - South Pacific Islandstyle! It is easy to cross the Yasawa/Mamanuca area for 7-10 nights and find something interesting for everyone on board; beach, walking, canoeing, snorkelling, scuba-diving, angling, visiting local culture and water sports. More whitewashed and dramatically the further you go towards the northern side; Yasawa is the most beautiful of the islands, with kilometers of fine sandy beaches, nobody but a few towns and the very upscale Yasawa Lodge Resort, almost invisibly hidden between the palm trees.
Sawa-i-Lau cave is located at the south end of Yasawa Islands and is well known. There are many moorings on both the eastern and western sides of the archipelago. Best anchor in poor conditions is the Blue Lagoon mooring in Matacawalevu; other moorings are Sawa-i-Lau caverns, Vawa and North and South Naviti and Waya Islands, according to the prevailing winds to the west and north.