Up Close and Personal
There are few places left in the world where you can enjoy an entire beach to yourself.
Imagine just you and the love of your life escaping to one of the 11 private beaches for
a private island picnic.
Our remote location gives us the enviable situation of having all of Yasawa’s incredible dive sites to ourselves.
Yasawa is made up of rugged volcanic rock whose sheer cliffs fall into the sea creating the most amazing limestone coral formations and drops offs. The island is surrounded by uncharted reefs, submerged in turquoise and jade greenseas.
Yasawa offers an intimate and authentic cultural experience. With the permission of the chief, guests can visit the nearby village of Bukama where school children offer a welcome in song.
Just metres from the ocean’s edge on a sweep of soft white sand. Baravi Spa is a blend of traditional and contemporary design. With an ocean-view massage
Blue Lagoon Caves
One of Yasawa’s unique water based activities is an excursion to the Blue Lagoon Caves. Travel the picturesque length of Yasawa Island by boat with your fellow guests; skim over turquoise waters and past incredible cliffs and beaches. Hidden beneath a dramatic volcanic peak at the southern end of Yasawa Island are the Blue Lagoon Caves, one of the settings for the 1980 movie starring Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins. Visit this spectacular lagoon and swim within its hidden chambers, linked to the sea by underwater passages.