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Yes that's actually me (Sandra) lazing around in the super warm, stunningly clear waters at South Sea Island in tropical Fiji - need to experience the trips ourselves or we don't know what we're talking about, right? - such a hard life we have here. Garry took this photo with his new GoPro*, its truly just like this. Of course as much as I'd love to spend all day out in the islands relaxing this way, someone's gotta book in your tours! *Would definitely recommend bringing your GoPro if you have one, make sure to get a waterproof housing for brillant underwater shots of tons of fishies and coral.
Cheapest Bula Pass you can buy in Fiji…
Starts at 5 days right up to 21 days of awesome fun hopping around the islands in Fiji. The Bula Pass is used for flexible boat transfers on the Yasawa Flyer and a great way to see lots of different places in one easy way
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Snorkelling with Sharks Day Trip
Ancient Village Fort & Valley of a Thousand Hills
Paradise Cove to Mantaray Island (Yasawa Flyer)
We only take a small deposit now and you pay the balance on arrival. NO Booking Fees or C...
The dinner and show at Robinson Crusoe Island was totally different to what we expected. It turned out to be one of the greatest nights ever. The sh Read the full review
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We jumped on to the Excitor and shot out to treasure Island at 39 knots. The Excitor's two 570 HP engines use 117 LPH at 2065 RPM. The port engine Read the full review