The long, thin chain of volcanic islands of Yasawa, to the north-west of Viti Levu, is rightly regarded as one of Fiji's outstanding natural attractions, with a landscape of jagged peaks, calm bays and awe-inspiring beaches.
Island-hopping cruises are a good way to get around, providing the means to see a number of islands and the many snorkelling reefs that lie between them.
Waya, Tavewa and Turtle islands are some of the best known of the 30 or so islands that comprise the Yasawa group. Tavewa and Turtle Island sit beside Blue Lagoon Bay, known for its turquoise waters and for the 1980 movie The Blue Lagoon, which was filmed around the Yasawas.
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