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Yasawa Islands INTRODUCTION
Forbidden to travelers up until the 1950’s, the Yasawas are a sparsely populated and beautifully pristine chain of islands that, compared to other parts of Fiji, still show little sign of civilization.
What they lack in shops and banks they more than make up for with gorgeous beaches and abundant sunshine – sometimes a little bit too much as the islands can be prone to drought. Just north of the Mamanucas and making up the western border of Fiji, it should be noted that the Yasawas aren’t any more difficult to get to.
A short seaplane flight from Nadi will have you there in 30 minutes, so you can arrive to your resort in time for breakfast and be stretched out on the sand by lunch.
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