Yasawa Islands Sightseeing Cruise

The remote Yasawa Islands group consists of a chain of 20 ancient volcanic islands, some with dramatic summits just short of 600 meters. The pristine beaches are surrounded by crystal clear lagoons. You’ll see a more traditional Fijian way of life and enjoy Fiji at its best!

The ‘Yasawa Flyer’ a comfortable, fast catamaran provides a vital link to the remote ‘Yasawa Islands’ for both locals and visitors looking to spend some time in these idyllic islands.  Her job is to travel into the Yasawas every day, dropping off and picking up sun-kissed travelers as they island hop from resort to resort in the remote Yasawas.

On this day cruise, you’ll travel aboard the Yasawa Flyer, seeing the stunning and varied scenery of this chain of ancient volcanic islands. Cruise along the coast of the many islands – at the southern end of the island chain are steep volcanic cliffs and unusual rock formations, whilst in the northern Yasawas – home to the famous Blue Lagoon region – the surrounding islands are more low lying with palm-fringed long sandy beaches. The Blue Lagoon will astound you with its vivid shades of turquoise and aqua.

You’ll cruise close to endless beautiful beaches, villages and the numerous locally owned resorts catering to backpackers and travelers looking for that something a bit different. Perhaps you’ll spot your next Fiji holiday choice as the ‘Yasawa Flyer’ follows her busy schedule calling at each property.

Note that it is a long day, but the scenery is truly worth it. We’ll provide you with a tasty packed lunch and there is a licensed bar onboard where you can purchase drinks and snacks. Don’t forget your camera and enjoy your scenic journey exploring the Yasawa Islands.

Ideal for:

    • Those who are happy to stay onboard the lovely cruise.
    • Those on a cruise ship from Denarau.

What’s not so good about it…

    • Can’t get off and explore any islands

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The Facts

  • Your crew will provide an informative commentary enroute
  • Transfers from Nadi hotels to Port Denarau included and no transfers from Coral Coast
  • Departs daily...
    • 8.30 am and returns 5.45 pm
  • Kids under 5 free
  • Kids 5 to 15 inclusive
  • Prices valid from 1 Jan 2018 to 31 March 2019

Payments and Info...

  • We only take a small deposit now of approx 10% and you pay the balance on arrival at the South Sea check-in desk at Denarau.
  • No Booking Fees or Credit Card Fees on your deposit with us
  • If you pay the balance in cash you will avoid the extra 2.5% credit card charges.
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  • No "Fiji time" here, we're on the computer all day every day making sure bookings are processed really fast
  • As soon as you book we'll send you an "Order Pending" email to say we have received this. No money is taken yet. We then book your trip (as fast as humanly possible) then send you a second "Order Confirmed" email with all the important details of your trip, pick up times, booking reference number etc. You'll need to print the second email out and bring it with you or be able to show it on a mobile device.
  • Your credit card is stored in our booking systems secure vault and will automatically be deleted 30 days after your trip.

Cancellation...

  • If you cancel for any reason within 3 days of departure we are unable to give you a refund PLUS you will have to pay the full balance owing on the order. We will automatically deduct the balance from your credit card.
  • If you cancel before 4 days there will be a cancellation fee of 20% of your deposit.
  • We highly recommend you have travel insurance to cover any possible cancellations.
  • If the tour operator canceled due to bad weather they will move the tour to another day. If, on that day you couldn't make it due to it being the end of your holiday, we will refund 90% of your deposit.
  • We're based right here in Nadi, Fiji