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Yasawa Islands

Located to the north of the Mamanuca Islands, the untouched islands of Fiji’s Yasawa archipelago are the most archetypal of the classic South Pacific paradise. Remote, unspoiled and strung out like green beads amongst pristine reefs, these islands are fringed by long stretches of powdery white sand beaches and azure seas. Six main islands and numerous smaller islets stretch north-east for more than 50 miles. Volcanic in origin with soaring mountainous peaks, these quintessential paradise islands are striking.

The Yasawas were sighted by Captain Bligh in May 1789, a few days after he began his legendary voyage post-mutiny. For the most part, the Yasawas were of little interest to European traders or settlers, and for many years remained one of the most isolated parts of Fiji. Due to their remote location, Yasawans are more traditional than other Fijians, making this region a very special place.  If you're looking for perfect beaches and a taste of Fijian culture, the Yasawas are a 'must' on your island hopping itinerary.

There are 15 words in the Fijian language for ‘heaven’ – and there's little wonder that 'Yasawa' is one of them!

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