Unique is your own private floating resort.
The beauty of a bespoke yacht charter is that if you fall in love with a place you have the flexibility to change your plans and stay and enjoy as long as you can.
You will be surprised how fast the days pass, swimming, snorkeling, paddleboarding, eating, relaxing and socializing onboard. Here are a few other things you could incorporate into your Unique Fiji holiday.
Can you imagine diving with an aquarium like array of coloured fish, crystal visibility and water temperature of 26 degrees at 30 metres?
Unique has great relationships with PADI and SSI dive operators throughout the Mamanuca and Yasawa Island groups who provide all your equipment and give you specialized local dive knowledge.
You can either choose to join a group dive or have a private guide show you why Fiji is such a world renowned diving destination.
The Mamanucas are home to world famous surfbreaks including Cloudbreak.
If you are a seasoned surfer why don’t you bring your board and if the conditions are right you can experience firsthand why the world’s best surfers flock to these breaks?
These are reef breaks so not the ideal place for you to learn how to surf.
If you are a kite boarding enthusiast there are some excellent kiting opportunities. We have room onboard for you to bring your own kit, or if you would like to learn we can organise lessons.
Onshore pamper sessions
If you need some help letting go of your stresses and unwind fully – we can organize a pamper session at a resort that could include massages to knead away those knots, facials and wraps to exfoliate away the remains of your first day sunburn.
After presenting your sevusevu and being welcomed in the village, you may get the chance to visit a school and get a glimpse of daily life.
Or you may like to be involved in a church service. Fiji is a multi-racial, multi-cultural nation but when you are onboard Unique and visiting the remote outer islands the majority of worship is with the Methodist Church. Experiencing a service will give you a good insight into how the Fijian village culture is structured and why the people are so friendly and family-focused.
You may not understand many of the words, but the singing and ceremony will stay in your memory.