RELAX IN FIJI PARADISE
Fiji is one of the best holiday destinations if you want a place to relax. And contrary to the hustle and bustle of the main island of Viti Levu, you will revel in the easy-going pace of life that the Yasawa Islands has to offer.
You will no doubt be accustomed to ‘Fiji Time’. ‘Fiji Time’ is not about slow service, but rather appreciating that we don’t need to race through life. It is appreciating every moment and your connection with loved ones, and taking moments to feel grateful and happy for it. It is a part of the DNA of the Fijian people and highly contagious. Within a few hours you will find yourself walking slower, breathing deeper and finding clarity in the tranquil surroundings.
Escape to Honeymoon Island
Also known as Yaromo Island
Duration: 2 hours
Pricing – adults: FJ$55 pp, children: FJ$30 pp
Just a quick 10 minute boat ride from Oarsman’s Bay Lodge, be marooned on this island paradise known as Honeymoon Island (Yaromo Island), where you get to explore the whole island or snorkel for two hours. The island is privately owned by the local Nacula Island community, who co-operate Oarsman’s Bay Lodge.
What to bring: swimwear, sunscreen, hat, towel, snorkelling gear, camera and water.
Nacula Island Medicinal Plant Tour
Duration: 1 hour
Pricing – FREE
Nacula Island is home to a number of amazing plant species, many of which are the source of modern medicines and local remedies. For guests interested in learning more about the island’s medicinal plants, one of our team from the local community will take you on a guided tour. They will point out their favourite plants, traditionally used by the community of Nacula to assist in general health maintenance and the administration for specific conditions and concerns. Plants include BoteBote Core Leaves that contain antiseptic properties, Quawawa or Quava to treat diarrhea, dysentery and many more.
What to bring: closed sporting shoes, insect repellant, sunscreen, hat, camera and water.
Sunset Boat Cruise
Hermit Crab Race
Listening to our Island Serenaders