Yasawa Islands, Fiji

I got back last night from a lovely trip to the Yasawa Islands, which are north-west of the largest island in Fiji (Viti Levu).

Lizzy & I hopped on and off the bright yellow “Yasawa Flyer” catamaran and ended up exploring three islands: Barefoot, Bounty and Wayaleilei.

They were all absolutely beautiful with perfect golden beaches, palm trees everywhere and clear, warm (ish) water to swim in.

View through the doorway of our bure, Barefoot Island

Palm tree

Bounty Island

We had a gorgeous and very relaxing time lying on hammocks, eating coconuts, snorkelling (saw four more sharks!) and watching sunsets and sunrises.

Hammock, Barefoot Island

Sunset on the beach, Barefoot Island

More energetic activities included kayaking, jewellery making and very occasionally climbing up small hills to get better views of the surrounding islands.

And most importantly of all, I have finally got a tan!


One thought on “Yasawa Islands, Fiji

  1. It looks lovely but where are the people? Was it a deserted desert island? Did everyone else leave when they saw the two of you arriving or did the sharks get them?

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