FIJI

Fiji is the perfect holiday destination, blessed with 333 tropical islands in the heart of the South Pacific. Fiji is also the home of happiness. After researching the different areas, we decided on the Yasawa Islands.

Octopus Resort

Our first stop was Octopus Resort, 2.5 hours boatride from Nadi on the main island. The minute you step onto the beautiful mile long, golden sand beach at Likuliku Bay, you will be on ‘Fiji Time’.
With a keen focus on the fijian culture and a strong connection with the local village, the resort offers what Fiji is all about and boasts some of the warmest, friendliest people anywhere in the world. The spotless rooms have roofless showers so you can stargaze while you wash.

Barefoot Manta Island Resort

As our name suggests, our island is home to one of Fiji's most iconic inhabitants, the manta ray. Barefoot Manta Island is the best location in the Yasawas to witness these majestic creatures at close-quarters between May and October. Supported by a team of in-house marine biologists, guests are taken on daily excursions to visit them, as they gather to feed, mate and get cleaned in the nearby channel.
Snorkel and SCUBA dive right from the shore, in our pristine, locally managed marine protected reef. You can also spend your hours unwinding on one of 3 glistening beaches or sampling one of the many pursuits on offer, ranging from conservation diving, private picnics, kayaking, hiking, to guided cultural tours of the local Muaira village.

Coconut Beach Resort

Located on a former copra plantation Coconut Beach Resort offers a front row seat to the world famous Blue Lagoon. Featuring only 8 guest bures nestled amongst the coconut grove you can be assured
of that tropical island getaway you are always dreaming of. Enjoy the spectacular views across the stunning turquoise lagoon, venture in underwater explorations just meters from the beach that will introduce you to our vibrant house reef and tropical marine world, the warm Fijian hospitality will leave you with lasting memories and experiences that will immerse you in local culture and tradition.

Pacific Sunset

These days my father in law is visiting from Denmark. We try to go diffrent places, it’s often places he has already been, but it’s okay cause we always have new things to talk about. Yesterday was such a nice day, and we decided to go to Mt. Tam and watch the sunset over the Pacific. It was such a beautiful sunset and I feel like there is not much that gets better than that. Afterwords we drove to Stinson to have dinner at Parkside Café, and it was a perfect way to end an amazing day.

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