Our most popular day trip by far!
This day trip to Nanuya Island Resort in the Yasawa Islands is simply sensational.
We fly low so you get spectacular shots of the beauty of the Fijian Islands from your guaranteed window seat!
The Yasawa Islands offer pristine, stunning white sandy beaches, amazing azure crystal clear waters, fabulous snorkelling opportunities and some of the best resorts to be found in Fiji making this group of islands an experience you do not want to miss. 
 
Fly by seaplane in one of our amphibious new aircraft direct from the airport in Nadi to the beach!  The flight takes around 30 minutes.  We fly to Nanuya Island Resort.  Along the way, you will see the islands in the Mamanuca & Yasawa Island groups.  Your pilot will point out the various islands and resorts and any other interesting facts. 

Fly to Nanuya Island Resort where the famous Blue Lagoon beach is situated.  The trip includes a 2-course lunch and light refreshments, use of non-motorized water sports.  As an optional extra, a trip to the Sawa-I-Lau Caves can be organised.  These amazingly beautiful caves were made famous in the ‘Blue Lagoon’ movie starring Brooke Shields.  The boat ride to the caves from Nanuya Island Resort is approximately 30 minutes, the cost is inclusive in the package. Swimming inside the caves is a fantastic experience, outside the caves the Pacific Ocean awaits with crystal clear azure blue waters with exceptional snorkelling. The boat will be on standby to take you back to Nanuya Island Resort after your cave visit. Where lunch is served. 

After lunch, you will have spare time to explore the resort and make use of the resort facilities and complimentary non-motorized water sports.

Fly by seaplane back to Nadi at the end of the day.  Complimentary drop off to your hotel or resort in Nadi or Denarau completes this fantastic day out.

Contact

Flight departs from Nadi Domestic Terminal, counter number 6.
  • Adventure
  • Backpacking
  • Beaches & Coastal Activities
  • Families
  • Sightseeing
  • Yasawa Islands