Fiji Island Hopping - BULA PASS AND BULA COMBO PASS
The Bula Passes are an extremely popular way to explore Fiji's magnificent islands. The passes allow you the freedom to cruise where and when you want through the Yasawa Islands.
Bula Passes are valid for use on our rather legendary ferry the ‘Yasawa Flyer’. She's a large high speed, modern catamaran with air conditioned seating, a travel desk, licenced bar, cafe and outdoor viewing decks.Every day she departs Denarau Marina at 8:30am to island hop between selected tiny Mamanuca Island resorts en-route to their majestic neighbours, the Yasawas. Her route takes her to nearly 20 islands and more than 30 resorts, picking up and dropping off sun-kissed tourists on the way. The last northbound stop is in the famous Blue Lagoon, after which she heads back south, stopping off at the islands again before arriving back at Denarau around 5:45pm.
These handy island hopping passes mean that all your transfers are pre-paid, so it’s easy to hop on and off the Yasawa Flyer and journey from resort to resort when you choose. Passes range from 5 to 21 days and allow for one hop per day.
The Bula Combo Pass - ISLAND HOPPING & ACCOMMODATION IN THE YASAWA & SELECTED MAMANUCA ISLANDS
This is the Bula Pass 'up-sized'! It is a pre-paid voucher for all vessel transfers as well as island accommodation. But because the pre-paid accommodation only determines which coconut level you travel at - not which resorts - it means there's still the freedom explore the islands as you choose. The passes range from 5 to 21 days and can be purchased at either a 1 or 2 coconut level. There's a choice of dorm and twin/double accommodation.
All you need to do is choose where you’d like to stay a couple of days ahead and book through the Travel Desk on board the Yasawa Flyer. Bookings are subject to availability and some resorts are very popular so if you want to be sure, it’s best to plan a bit further ahead! If the resort of your choice is fully booked, our reservations staff will suggest an alternative option, of similar nature.
We suggest you book at least your first two nights before departing Denarau Marina.All accommodation bookings can be made at the Travel Desk on board Yasawa Flyer.
Guests on a 1 coconut Bula Combo Pass can upgrade to 2 and 3 coconut resorts but a surcharge will apply and is payable at the Travel Desk on board the Yasawa Flyer when you make your booking.
Guests on a 2 coconut Pass can choose to stay at a 1 coconut property but no partial refunds are available. If you want to step up for a night and go 3 coconuts, our reservations staff at the Travel Desk will advise the extra cost.
1 Coconut properties available with Bula Combo Pass
Under 1 Coconut passes, please find below accommordations that are inclusive of Meals with no extra charge: Barefoot Kuata (standard dorm), Naqalia (dorm & bure), White Sandy Beach (dorm & bure), Gold Coast (dorm & bure), Long Beach (dorm & bure), Wayalailai (dorm & lodge), Barefoot Manta (standard dorm only), Bay of Plenty (dorm and bure), Nabua Lodge (dorm & bure) and Safe Landing (dorm and standard bure).
2 Coconut properties available with Bula Combo Pass
Under 2 Coconut passes, please find below accommodations that are inclusive of Meals with no extra charge: All of the above 1 coconut resort options, South Sea Island (dorm), Wayalailai (dorm & bure), Barefoot Manta (deluxe dorm), Safe Landing (dorm & standard bure), Barefoot Kuata (deluxe dorm), Mantaray (dorm), Korovou (standard dorm & standard bure), Beachcomber (dorm).
The following 2 Coconut properties are included in the pass excluding meals which must be paid direct to the resort - no refunds will be given to the clients should they wish to travel to any of the below properties for the difference between their pass and the room rate: Bounty (island bure), Mantaray (treehouse bure), Blue Lagoon (dorm & lodge), Beachcomber (lodge), Coral View (dorm & garden bure), Coconut Beach Resort (dorm & garden bure) and Octopus (dorm & private bungalow).
As much as we’d love to offer a 3 coconut Bula Combo Pass, there’s too much variation in price between the 3 coconut properties. If you plan to stay in 3 coconut properties, we suggest you purchase a Bula Pass and book your accommodation separately.