Fiji Yacht Charter Guide
An exotic fantasyland of far-flung paradise islands
Strewn like petals along the crystalline waters of the South Pacific Ocean, the Fijian archipelago is the epitome of paradise. This haven of breathtaking natural beauty boasts glorious sandy beaches, cerulean waters and volcanic landscapes enveloped in complete and utter seclusion.
This stunning cluster of islands is comprised of over 300 rugged islets each of which are steeped with emerald green coves, jagged volcanic craters and inviting cerulean waters. The colourful scenic contrasts make for an astounding collage of rugged landscape views entwined with heart stopping vistas of an intensely beautiful utopia. Displayed in a horseshoe array, the isles of Fiji are mostly volcanic and sprawled across over 194,000 square kilometres.
Home to warm and friendly locals, this vibrant island group is brimmed with effervescent cultures, mountain villages, chic temples and gorgeous seaside resorts making for a truly extraordinary charter destination. For the avid travellers, the opportunity to swim with a shoal of friendly sharks off the southern Viti Levu or the astounding Coral Coast is irresistible whilst nature lovers will enjoy observing the resident turtles as they nest on the island awaiting their admirers.
The second largest island in this heavenly archipelago is Vanua Levu which lies to the northeast of the main island of Fiji. Dubbed as the “friendly north” Vanua Levu comprises dense rain forest, quaint coastal villages and two coastal towns to the north and side of the mainland. Labasa to the north is laced with sugarcane fields whereas to the south, Savusavu boasts a modest hub of tourism with boutique resorts to explore and excellent opportunities for diving, snorkelling, fishing and sailing.
To the north of Fiji lies the remote constellation of the Yasawa Islands. Boasting over 20 islands, the Yasawa archipelago is the famed film location of the Blue Lagoon where fringing reefs, crystalline waters and abundant sea life including, angelfish, butterfly fish and green hawksbill turtles can be found. South of the island of Fiji lies a collection of uninhabited coves, lustrous volcanic summits and tumbling waterfalls which make up the island of Kadavu. This island is a haven for hikers, trekkers and lovers of the outdoors with an abundance of walks to be had around relatively unexplored sites whilst surfers and snorkellers alike will revel in the chance to explore the famed Great Astrolabe and fringing coral reefs.
Whether you’re looking to wind down in a gently swinging hammock or take to some of the invigorating water sport opportunities, Fiji is a paradise destination with something to surpass the expectation of every visitor.
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