We first visited the remote Yasawa Islands as travellers ourselves aboard longboats in the 1990s. The journey into the islands on these small and simple boats was, let's just say, adventurous to the extreme.

TRAVEL IS THE FREEDOM TO CHOOSE YOUR OWN PATH OF DISCOVERY

The remote, untouched beauty of the land and the warmth of the people encouraged us to start Awesome Adventures Fiji. We worked closely with local village chiefs and villagers, enabling us to take our maiden passenger voyage into the Yasawa Islands in 2002, opening the islands to travellers from around the globe with our frequent ferry service.

Explore Fiji's Islands

We offer a range of Passes and Packages exploring the islands, it's over to you how you travel! Choose to explore at your own pace with your trip filled with non-stop adventure and/or ultimate relaxation. Be it a spur of the moment flexible trip or something a bit more organised, we have the right travel options for you. We are not about escorted tours or guided groups, we take the hassle out of booking and then let you do your own thing. That's our style. That's how we travel.

Awesome staff

Fijians are among the world's friendliest people and our staff are no exception. The majority of our staff are Fijian and wherever you go, you'll be greeted with a large smile and friendly 'Bula!' We work hard to ensure you have the best possible trip and always have our travellers' enjoyment at heart.

Giving Back

We have a strong relationship with the people of the Yasawa Islands. We know how lucky we are to be welcomed into their amazing islands and so to give back where we can, we created the Yasawa Trust Foundation in 2010 which operates under the name Vinaka Fiji. The idea is to give something back to the villagers and to say "thank you (vinaka), for welcoming us into your islands".

We are major sponsors of Vinaka Fiji, donating FJD$10 for every booking of four nights or more. Vinaka Fiji runs three successful voluntourism programmes in the Yasawa Islands focusing on improving the basic needs missing from village life in the areas of water, power, education, and healthcare as well as marine conservation and research.

Sustainaiblity

Dramatic and colourful coral reefs have made the Yasawa Islands their home for thousands of years. These unique environments play host to a vast collection of fascinating and striking marine creatures. Exploring this world is a highlight of any Yasawa Islands holiday and we want to make sure that it's preserved for future generations to enjoy. Find out more about our marine conservation efforts.

 

 

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