Yadua Island, a jewel in the exclusive Mamanuca Group of isles is centrally located a short 15 minutes by helicopter, or 45 minutes by boat, from Nadi, Fiji’s largest city and international gateway. The Island is positioned 36.5 kilometres west of Nadi, a premier island resort locality and one of Fiji’s most popular tourist destinations. With world class resorts such as Varno Island, Plantation Island and Castaway Island positioned with the Group, Yadua is just a 25 minute boat ride from a wide variety of restaurants and attractions on the surrounding isles. The Group has a long association with Hollywood, with three versions of “The Blue Lagoon” being filmed on nearby Nanuya Levu, and Tom Hank’s “Cast-Away” which was filmed on location at Monu Riki Island. Snorkelling and Scuba Diving is a favourite pastime for visitors to Fiji and some of the world’s most premier diving and surfing sites can also be found within minutes of Yadua Island, with the Island itself being home to two superb and untouched reefs, Lotomansi reef and Utanivono reef. Yadua is an Island paradise for those who seek an exclusive and private “sense of place”. A resort atmosphere without the resort, which promotes the traditional Fijian hospitality of warmth, friendliness and relaxation uniquely blended within its natural bush-like setting.