Introducing Vomo Island
Vomo is a privately owned 225-acre island property with only one resort – the elegant, 5-star Vomo Island Resort – the perfect honeymoon escape where you can walk in the footsteps of Fijian Royalty who once favoured this scenic island retreat.
Explore the palm-fringed white-sand beach that nestles beneath a steep, 167m-high hill or swim out to the surrounding reef – a colourful underwater palette of coral heads perfect for snorkelling, diving and spotting hawksbill turtles, which breed in the calm waters surrounding Vomo Island.
Discover a range of creature comforts including luxury accommodation, elegant dining and a wide variety of water sport activities such as sailing, kayaking, snorkelling and diving at the Vomo Island Resort, which is located on the northwest tip of the island.
Honeymoon couples can relax in comfort at the luxurious Vomo Island Resort, which nestles in front of an unspoiled white-sand beach facing a pristine reef. Choose from hillside or beachfront villas. The former offer spectacular sea views over the Mamanucas, while the latter also come with a private sundeck and loungers. Both provide private sitting areas and a large bathroom with both shower and two-person Jacuzzi.
Facilities include restaurant, bar, outdoor pool, pitch-and-put golf course, laundry service, room service, massage, spa, tennis court and various water sports.
Note: Honeymoon couples may wish to plan their holiday outside the Australian school holidays as this luxury resort is popular with well-heeled families with young children.
The Yasawa Flyer departs Denarau Marina daily at 8:30 and arrives at Vomo Island at 9:45. Cruising time is approximately 75 minutes. Denarau Marina is a 20 minutes drive from Nadi Airport.
Helicopters and amphibious floatplanes on demand depart Nadi Domestic Airport and from other locations by prior reservation arrangement. Flight time to Vomo Island is approximately 15 minutes from Nadi.
Vomo Island is located in Fiji's Mamanuca Island Group, around 25km from Nadi.
Read more about the Mamanucas.