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Surfers reach Frigates Reef from the paradise island of Yanuca (pronounced Ya-NU-tha) just seven miles off the south coast of Viti Levu, the main island of Fiji. You stay at Yanuca Island Resort with a real surfer's feeling, looked after by surfers and the friendly Fijian family which owns the land. This beautiful resort is protected in a small jungle filled cove and you can dive into warm blue water from the incredible white sandy beach straight in front.

You can sleep comfortably in a twelve-bed dormitory with shared facilities or as couples and families in Click to enlarge (71468 bytes)your own private bure (pronounced m-bur-ay). You'll enjoy buffet meals of cooked breakfast and delicious dinner and have lunch on the boat at the reef. There are plenty of freshly caught fish dishes, chicken and lamb curries, fresh vegetables, sandwiches, fruit, cereals, juices, snacks, and some beverages.

Click to enlarge (53347 bytes)A week long stay will offer you more than just the barrels of your dreams and there is plenty to do for non - surfing partners.

Swim, laze in the hammocks, scuba dive, fish for your dinner, wander the island, discover other beautiful beaches and the breathtaking views of Frigates Reef and the Beqa lagoon.

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Scuba dive to soft and hard corals with a myriad of sea life.

Cross the island through pristine jungle to breathtaking views of the Click to enlarge (117214 bytes)Frigates Reef and the world famous Beqa Lagoon.

The island of 450 acres has one village of 300 people and the Fijians are world renowned for their friendliness and hospitality. They accept you in like family and also leave you to your privacy.

We have booking enquiries into 2004 and in some months accommodation is becoming limited.

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