Yasawa Island Resort
Yasawa Island Resort
Yasawa Island Resort and Spa Yasawa Island Resort : Film 2 - Play (Beach & Pool)) Yasawa-i-Rara, Fiji There are 15 words in the Fijian language meaning Heaven and ‘Yasawa’ is the first word. Yasawa Island Resort and Spa is an exclusive luxury resort on one of the most remote and unspoiled islands of Fiji. Just 18 luxury bungalows are hidden among the palms, each just a few steps from a pristine white beach. Swim in crystal clear waters, dive on vividly colored corals, connect with an ancient culture or indulge in Fiji’s first beachfront spa. Whatever you choose to do at Yasawa, you’ll do it in complete seclusion.What makes Yasawa special and unique is our access to 10 private beaches for romantic beach picnics; activities like the Blue Lagoon Caves visit and most importantly our authentic culture… the majority of our staff come from the local villages and are truly excited to share their island and their culture with you… visit the local school, meet the Village Chief, partake in the songs and dances of the local villagers. It is these moments that will stay with you long after you leave Yasawa’s sandy shores.The easiest and most reliable way to travel to the resort is via our daily air charter service. This scenic flight is approximately 25 minutes along the west coast of Vitu Levu; over the incredible reefs and up along the Yasawa group of islands. Please see our Rates page for more information.English is widely spoken throughout Fiji and at the resort.There are no banks or ATM machines on the island or in the villages. The resort does accept VISA, MasterCard and American Express at a surcharge of 2.5%.Power in Fiji is 220-240 volts with a three pin flat plug. Plug adapters are sold in the resort boutique.Complimentary wireless internet access is provided throughout the main complex, but we ask that you consider the experience of your fellow guests and refrain from using your electronic devices in the restaurant during meal times and in the bar when other guests are present.Tipping is not a customary act in Fiji and the resort management and staff are not permitted to accept gratuities directly. If you wish to thank the staff for their service and hospitality, a donation to the Staff Christmas Fund would be greatly appreciated. This consideration is not mandatory and entirely at your own discretion.