Nestled deep within the lush verdant mountain found on the isle of Sawa-i-Lau lies caves of spectacular natural beauty. This secret attraction comprises two caverns filled with seawater pools an eye-popping shade of turquoise, both of are which generously replenished by the Pacific.
Situated within the verdant jumble that is the Yasawa Islands, Sawa-i-Lau beckons the jet-set with its unique good looks: on sunbaked afternoons daylight illuminates the largest cave. With the latter cave though, you'll need a little dose of courage to reach it: one can only access it through a mysterious underwater entrance. Not for the faint of heart, but you'll be richly rewarded with a swim in the most remarkable of surroundings.
On sunbaked afternoons daylight illuminates the caves
A South Pacific archipelago comprising more than 300 islands, Fiji is a tropical wonderland that is equally perfect for an indulgent honeymoon as it is for family-friendly adventures or serene escapes. Beckoning with pristine beaches, a colorful underwater tapestry and largely unspoiled islands to cruise, what is not to like?
Sawa-i-Lau Island, Yasawa, Fiji