Need to book transfers for your Yasawa Island holiday? if you already have your accommodation sorted, your can book your transfers to and from Port Denarau on our high-speed catamaran, the Yasawa Flyer.  If you have booked multiple hotels then our Bula Pass would be the best option for your transfers - please see here for more info & pricing

If you only need return transfers to one resort then you can book individual transfer sectors through our sister company South Sea Cruises.

How it works

The Yasawa Flyer which is one of our sister company South Sea Cruises' fleet of high-speed catamarans departs Port Denarau at 8.45 am to island-hop out through the Mamanuca Islands to their majestic neighbours, the Yasawa Islands. The Yasawa Flyer stops off along the way in the most scenic channels and bays, picking up and dropping off travellers at tropical island resorts with tenders (small motorised boats) motoring out to meet the Yasawa Flyer to transfer guests to/from the resorts! The northernmost stop is the famous Blue Lagoon, and from there, we head south again, arriving back at Port Denarau at 6.00 pm. 

Included in the price are pre-booked complimentary coach transfers from most Nadi, Wailoaloa, and Denarau hotels to/from Port Denarau. 

For more information visit our 'Transfers FAQs'.

The Yasawa Flyer

The Yasawa Flyer is a large high-speed, modern catamaran with air-conditioned areas, a travel desk, a licensed bar, a food & beverage kiosk, and outdoor viewing decks.  It's the most popular way to get to the Yasawa Islands.

Is the Captain's lounge more your travel style? For slightly more than the standard ticket price, experience access to the private lounge that seats up to 30 people, a designated onboard host and you will also receive complimentary snacks and beverages to enjoy during your journey. Ask at the check-in counter for availability.

Days of Operation

The Yasawa Flyer operates on a daily basis. 

Yasawa Flyer Transfer Route & Timetable

Coach Timetable