Full Day Cruise
See the majestic beauty of the islands on this full day cruise to Barefoot Kuata Island. Barefoot Kuata is nestled along a white sandy beach on picturesque Kuata Island with magnificent tall peaks and huge honeycomb rock formations.
Barefoot Kuata Island is characterised by its friendly hospitality, superb location and warm waters. Boarding from Port Denarau, cruise past the stunning Mamanuca Islands enroute to the southern end of the Yasawa Islands where the delights of your island paradise await you.
Once you arrive you’ll have approximately five hours ashore to enjoy lunch, wander the sandy beach, go kayaking, take a dip in the ocean or enjoy superb snorkelling with good coral and abundant fish life.
The Yasawa Flyer will call by the resort later on in the day and transport you through the scenic islands to Denarau Marina.
Food and Drink
A delicious two course lunch with a vegetarian option is included. If you require your meals as a vegetarian option, please specify in the "special requirements" box when you go through the booking process.
Valid 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019. Prices are per person. Child age is 5 to 15 inclusive.
|*Snorkelling with the Reef Sharks||FJ$100||FJ$64|
Valid 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020. Prices are per person. Child age is 5 to 15 inclusive.
|*Snorkelling with the Reef Sharks||FJ$90||FJ$50
The Snorkelling with the Reef Sharks optional extras is payable directly to the resort and price is in Fijian Dollars.
*The Guided Shark snorkelling trip runs for 1 1/4 hours and takes place 15 - 20 mins by boat from Kuata. Weather & sea conditions permitting.
All prices are in Fijian Dollars
A non-refundable credit card administration fee of 3% applies to all bookings.
Features & Highlights
|See Yasawan honeycomb rock formations||Island walks|
|2 course lunch||2 hour scenic cruise through the islands there and 2 hours back on a modern, fast catamaran|
|Use of snorkelling gear||Drinks & refreshments continuously available for purchase onboard the catamaran|
|Use of Kayaks||Optional Snorkelling with the Reef Sharks|