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Restaurants and Lodging Outer Islands



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Outer islands hotels and restaurants

Although there are no free-standing restaurants in the Yasawa Islands, every resort offers dining opportunities or meal plans. The food tends to be of the highest gourmet quality to match the impressive views! Note that most resorts in the Yasawas only offer meals to their guests.

Accommodation and Restaurants on the Yasawa Islands

Beautiful sandy white beach in the Yasawa Islands. Yasawa Island Resort: The only resort on a 12,000 acre island - and boasting a mere 18 bures at that, romance is on order at the Yasawa Island Resort.

Relax in your thatched hut and revel in the fact there is no TV, no screaming neighbors and nothing but you, your partner and the ocean.

The chef here specializes in seafood - particularly fresh-caught lobster - and his meals are partnered exquisitely with one of the country's most impressive wine lists, with options from France to Australia.

View our photo album for Yasawa Island Resort.

Blue Lagoon Cruises: Although it's not in the Yasawas, per se, the luxury Blue Lagoon Cruises devote a majority of their time here...and with good reason. The Yasawas - meaning heaven in Fijian, are stunning in their water clarity and remote, undisturbed beauty. On the Blue Lagoon, all of the gourmet, expertly prepared meals are included.

Accommodation and restaurants on other Outer Islands

Turtle Island: Travel to Turtle Island and you're almost guaranteed to feel as though you're on your own private island.

After all, only 14 couples can experience the magic of this place at one time...and, fortunately for honeymooners, none of them are allowed to bring their kids.

Turtle Island resort has won a number of accolades - including the prize of best eco-resort by people who know... Outside magazine. Guests who travel here receive the personal attention of their own chef who specializes in western cuisine with Fijian influences.

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