The Yasawa Island Resort and Spa, a Fiji favorite independently owned and operated luxury destination, will reopen to international travelers on December 18, 2021, with specials offering up to 20 percent discounts.
For those celebrating a special occasion or just looking to relax and recharge, Yasawa offers everything for a memorable and rejuvenating vacation. The property is hidden among the secluded islands with which it shares a name, with only a handful Fijian villagers as neighbors and only reachable via private plane.
The unspoiled tropical preserve and pristine white sand beaches are the perfect backdrop to 18 luxurious bungalows with thatched roofs and private sun decks. Bures are air-conditioned but guests will find themselves wanting to live outdoors with discreet outdoor showers, large decks with daybeds, hammocks surrounded by palm trees, and incredible views of the ocean. Visitors also have access to their own thatched cabana with sun loungers on Yasawa’s famous white sand beach. The island also offers guests access to 10 private beaches.
The resort’s all-inclusive offerings include fresh, contemporary dining al fresco with 180-degree panoramic ocean views. But guests may also choose private dinners on the beach, room service, secluded beach picnics, or dinners poolside. The resort’s executive chef creates daily menus featuring the freshest local ingredients including fresh fish, lobster and crab delivered to the resort daily by local fishermen.
During the day, guests can enjoy signature cocktails at Manasa’s poolside bar with a 270-degree view from the expansive decks. The Baravi Spa, located on the beachfront, specializes in its signature “Baravi Rhythm” four-handed massage in which therapists synchronize their treatments with the waves of the ocean. Volcanic hot rock therapy is also a local favorite offered by the spa. Baravi Spa received recognition at the 2016 World Luxury Spa Awards
Also included is a variety of resort activities like swimming through the famous Sawa-I-Lau Caves, snorkeling among tropical reefs, kayaking, catamaran sailing, paddle boarding, and windsurfing. Back on the island, guests can play tennis, volleyball, rugby, or hike through the lush tropical island environment. For guests seeking even more adventure, the resort can charter deep sea fishing and PADI scuba trips. Many guests also choose to experience a traditional Fijian Lovo feast picnic with a ceremonial Fijian ‘meke’ performance.
At the Yasawa Island Resort and Spa, relaxation is never more than a few steps away.