The Yasawas are a northern island group in Fiji, the most beautiful in the 330-strong archipelago. It has the bluest waters, the most attractive landscapes and a deliciously laid-back vibe. With enough amenities and awesome marine life – turtles, dolphins, giant mantas and giant clams – you’ll never get bored.
The Yasawas Islands are rugged, remote and awe-inspiring. The chain is sparsely populated and there are no roads, cars, banks or shops, and locals still live in small remote villages, surviving on agriculture and tourism for their livelihoods.