Traditionally the gateway for luxury yacht charter to Fiji, the Nadi Corridor comprises the western side of Fiji's main island, Viti Levu commencing from Vuda Point, Nadi Town, Wailoaloa Beach, Nadi Airport, Martintar, Denarau Island, Korovuto, Momi Bay to Natadola. Effectively this region falls under the two provinces of Ba and Nadroga characterized by year round fine weather, its proximity to the International Airport, whilst the surrounding countryside is rolling and verdant, the beaches are relatively unpopulated, and the mountainous region (known as the Nausori Highlands) to the east are nothing short of spectacular.
The Port Denarau Marina is the main departure point for the Mamanuca and Yasawa islands and is located on Denarau Island. This fast developing marina complex is the centre of yachting activity in Fiji.
Ancillary facilities include tour desks, a convenience store, laundry, fuel depot and public washrooms.
Denarau Island is a Fiji tourism institution. With more than 8 major hotel options including world recognisable names such as Sheraton, Sofitel, Radisson, Hilton, and Westin among others, Denarau offers a standard of service that can be trusted for savvy international travelers.
There are other major amenities that make Denarau Island the leader for room counts in Fiji's. If golf is your game, you'll certainly enjoy the championship caliber course at the Golf and Racquet facility which also houses impressive tennis options including spectacular grass courts.
The Marina at Denarau port provides Fiji's finest off-resort dining and shopping experience. The eclectic dining options include steak, seafood, Indian and even a Hard Rock Cafe. There are plenty of other food choices to consider while working up a hunger walking around the premium shops and handicraft retailers.