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Taveuni to Taveuni, Fiji: 8 Days

Fiji consists of 322 islands and 522 smaller islets. The two most important islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. They are mountainous, with peaks up to 1,300 meters, and covered with thick tropical forests. Fiji has a culture that is a mosaic of indigenous, Indian, Chinese and European traditions, comprising unique language, food, craft and music.

 

Day 1: Taveuni

Fly to Taveuni which is located on the north east of Fiji. This will save a 14 hour passage from the mainland. Don't waste any time and jump in the water to dive the famous white wall. Hike to one of the many waterfalls in the afternoon for some amazing vistas.

Day 2: Weilagilala

The yacht will depart anchorage at first light for a two hour run to the uninhabited atoll of Weilagilala. This is a stunning area and perfect for snorkeling, kayaking, and fishing. The crew will set up a picnic lunch on the beach.

Day 3 & 4: Vanua Balavu

After an early morning dive on the Wailagilala passage the yacht will make way towards northern Vanua Balavu. This will be an opportunity to go sport fishing or kayak and jet ski among the many rock islands. Go ashore to visit a 500 acre working cropra plantation. There is a fantastic hour and a half hike to the lookout point.

Day 5: Bay of Islands

The yacht will move anchor amongst the rock formations in the Bay of Islands. There is great diving and snorkeling on the Boehn Rocks. The crew will organize an island night to go ashore and sample the traditional kava. Perhaps the local village musicians will come out to the vessel for some live entertainment.

Day 6: Island of Matangi

Weigh anchor early and set sail, for the Island of Matangi. There is a fantastic spa on the island so why not get pampered. For those more adventurous the island offers wonderful hikes.

Day 7 & 8: Taveuni

Departing to return to Taveuni, stop along the way at some of the amazing spots already seen because no dive in Fiji is ever the same! Depart back to the mainland via plane.