You've Found Paradise

Fiji's Yasawa and Mamanuca Islands are home to crystal-clear waters with palm-fringed white sandy beaches, tempting lagoons, and colourful coral reefs. Perched on these white sandy beaches you'll find what we consider to be some of the South Pacific's most amazing resorts.

333 islands set in crystal-clear waters

Relaxation is big in Fiji but if you're into adventure, there are incredible activities including some of the world's best snorkelling and diving, local villages to visit, cultural activities, handline fishing, hidden caves to explore, sailing, hiking... even swimming with sharks and manta rays depending on the season!

The Yasawa Islands

The majestic Yasawa Islands group is the playground for Awesome Adventures Fiji. This chain of 20 ancient islands is remote, rugged, and undoubtedly one of the most stunning regions in Fiji with many of the islands home to traditional island villages. The southernmost islands of Kuata and Waya Lailai have dramatic elevations, honeycomb rock formations, and summits just short of 600 metres above sea level. The pristine beaches and dramatic landscape provide a beautiful environment in which to relax or enjoy the many activities on offer. 

Further north lies the azure lagoons and white sandy beaches of the famous Blue Lagoon which is the Fiji you dream of. A truly amazing 'bucket list' location.  

The Mamanuca Islands

The Mamanuca Islands, just off the coast of Denarau, are a series of picture-perfect tiny little islands ringed with white beaches and topped with a forest of coconut palms. These islands offer beautiful cobalt blue waters, palm-fringed long sandy beaches, coral reefs and a huge array of activities. There are villages and resorts plus fantastic snorkelling and swimming. Awesome Adventures Fiji includes some 'favourites' from this little group of islands in our experiences: South Sea Island and Beachcomber.

Island Villages

Many of the islands we take you to are home to traditional Fijian villages, which hold true to the colourful, culture and traditions practiced by their ancestors some 3,000 years ago. The culture is particularly evident at many of the resorts where you'll be welcome to participate in traditional rituals, such as the meke and kava ceremonies or take a tour through a local village.