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We recently spent 5 lovely nights at Botaira.
The previous reviewers have really said it all. It is a lovely location with lovley people.
We chose Botaira because of the snorkelling and we were not dissappointed. I would have to agree with the previous reviewer...More
Asked by many to report on Botaria and Blue lagoon resort after my four nights on both islands.
Botaria is probably the best a tourist can get to the true fijian living in an Island paradise. We stayed in Bure 7 at the...More
Did a day trip on the Yasawa Flyer for the lobster lunch on the beach. Great opportunity to see some of the other resorts in the Mamanuca Islands as guests are dropped off at other resorts on the way. The lunch of kokoda and lobster...More
We had the privilege of spending 5 nights at Botaira Beach resort for my sister's wedding over Easter. As the wedding guests had booked out all the accommodation it was pretty special - lots of spending time together in such idyllic surroundings, being so well...More
Having just returned from Botaria Island Resort, I am missing it already! From our musical greeting "Bula" to our musical departure we were extremely impressed.
The accomodation exceeded our expectations - a spacious comfortable bure that suited us very well and wasnt as rustic as...More
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US$153 - US$302 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from HOOKED ON FIJI | Reviewed this property |
Yiu will nedd to catch the Yasawa Flyer it leaves Port Denarau at 8.30am so you need to be checked in bt no later than 8am. You will have to stay overnight in Nadi. There are people at the airport who can help you wlth this... More
Yiu will nedd to catch the Yasawa Flyer it leaves Port Denarau at 8.30am so you need to be checked in bt no later than 8am. You will have to stay overnight in Nadi. There are people at the airport who can help you wlth this. Just make sure you are up early enought to get to the marina, allow st least 1/2hour to get there. Raffles hotel across from the airport might be good. The lnly other wst go get there is by seaplane but hou have probably left it too latr to do this. You will pay in Fiji dollars. You will get a great exchange rate with US dollars. Probably around F $ 300 return. Per person . Get an early wake up all and arrange transport the night before if you can.
Response from Jezza1_au | Reviewed this property |
As previous people have mentioned there are no hard paths. The ocean front bures access both the beach and dining area via a sandy path but you can walk behind the ocean front bures (in front of garden bures) along flat... More
As previous people have mentioned there are no hard paths. The ocean front bures access both the beach and dining area via a sandy path but you can walk behind the ocean front bures (in front of garden bures) along flat grassed ground to the dining area and reception.
The snorkeling right at front of resort is great in my opinion. At low tide you must access the water via a concrete path made with squares of concrete laid out to past the coral. These concrete squares are VERY slippery! The coral at the resort is not iridescent in colour but lots of fish life! We saw brain coral, clams (bright blue and green inside) and lots of colourful fish. Even snorkelled through a group of squid one day!
We took the boat trip to a nearby channel to snorkel with the Manta Rays and that was magical!