Yasawa, which in Fijian means heaven, is a tropical island hideaway in Fiji with 11 white-sand beaches, numerous dive sites and native villages. Yasawa Island Resort offers just 16 luxury bures and is one the most secluded private island resorts in the South Pacific.
Resort accommodations are spacious with a separate lounge and ample deck space where guests can take an outdoor shower and relax in a hammock. The Lomalagi Bure was especially designed for honeymooners who can enjoy an outdoor dining area and a rock water feature on their island hideaway.
Guests spend their days exploring the beaches, getting a massage, game fishing, kayaking and scuba diving.
Food at Yasawa Island Resort is prepared using fresh local seafood, vegetables and tropical fruit. Dishes are light and artfully presented in a casual ambiance.
If you wish to get married on a beach, Yasawa Island Resort can arrange a romantic wedding, which will include beautiful floral decorations and a Fijian choir (wedding packages start at US $1,850).
Fly to Nadi International Airport in Fiji. From there, you will have to take a 35-minute flight to Yasawa, which has its own air strip. The transfers are operated by the resort so you should book your flight from Nadi to Yasawa directly with the resort (rates start at US $175 per person each way). There is a strict baggage limit of 15 kg per person.
Bures cost $1,000 per night for two guests; honeymoon bure is $1,800 per night plus tax. The rate includes all meals, all non-alcoholic beverages and many island activities.