Customised Holiday in Fiji Islands

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The Mamanucas and the Yasawas
Fiji has more than 300 islands and the Mamanucas and Yasawas are tiny groups that are the most popular.

The Mamanucas
The most developed and easily accessible form Viti Levu, the Mamanucas are a favourite with tourists of all kind. From Luxury resorts that are only for adults like Liku-Liku and Tokoriki, to family resorts like Mana Island and Malolo, to backpackers hotels, the Mamanucas have it all. Beautiful sandy beaches, crystal waters shimmering in innumerable shades of blues and greens, lush forests and abundant aquatic life make Mamanucas a hit with tourists. Ferries ply between the various islands from Port Denarau regularly or you can even opt for sea-plane transfer, the extra money you spend for the plane is worth the views.

Most resorts here have lots of activities included and you can always walk and trek around the islands to discover the staff villages, forests and waterfalls. You will have no time to get bored, in the evenings the resorts have a cultural entertainment programmes as well. With islands like the Cast-away island of the Tom Hanks movie fame and Monuriki island where the movie was actually filmed, the Mamanucas have featured in many a bollywood movies too.

The Yasawas
Lacing their way up the west coast of Fiji, the Yasawas are a chain of 20 ancient islands famous for crystal blue lagoons, rugged volcanic landscapes, abundant sunshine and some of the Pacific's most ethereal beaches. They're the big sister of the Mamanucas; grander in size and stature, sparsely populated and just what the doctor ordered for leaving civilisation and its consternations behind. Most of the people live in small isolated villages and have their own distinct dialect, which is known as Vuda. Technology is an enigma and any stay will nudge you surreptitiously into the true meaning of 'Fiji time'.

Snorkelling, swimming and diving are avidly pursued owing to wide banks of coral around most of the islands. Ample peaks ranging from grassy hills to jungle climbs also provide spectacular hiking and views from some of the summits take in the whole chain from north to south.

Backpacker lodges have dominated accommodation options in the Yasawas for many years but a new wave of midrange and top-end options are making appearances, so families and couples looking for creature comforts and pampering are now well-catered for.
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