Barefoot Kuata Island Cruise

Barefoot Kuata Island Cruise - Island
Barefoot Kuata Island Cruise - - Shark Snorkel
Barefoot Kuata Island Cruise - Yasawa Flyer
Barefoot Kuata Island Cruise - Couple on Beach
Barefoot Kuata Island Cruise - Shark Snorkel

On this full day tour with South Sea Cruises, you will cruise past the Mamanuca Islands enroute to the southern end of the Yasawa Islands to Barefoot Kuata Island. The cruise onboard the vessel 'Yasawa Flyer', takes approximately 2 hours each way. This large high speed catamaran features two large observation decks and an air conditioned lounge and a bar. Once at Kuata Island, you can enjoy the beauty of a picture postcard beach, clear blue waters and great snorkelling just off shore.

With 5 hours on Barefoot Kuata Island, you can relax over a leisurely 2 course lunch, walk along the sandy beach, go kayaking, swimming or snorkel amongst the abundant fish life and coral just off the beachfront. Guests can also enjoy the comforts of the bar, hammocks and swimming pool.

For the more adventurous, take part in a guided Shark Snorkel! Following a briefing, you will board a boat, for a short boat ride to the snorkelling with sharks reef site. Here you will enjoy just over an hour swimming with White and Black Tip Reef Sharks.

This Barefoot Kuata Island Cruise offers something for everyone, so why not add it to your itinerary on your next holiday to Fiji!

Itinerary Options

Snorkelling with the Reef Sharks: The Guided Shark snorkelling trip runs for 75 minutes and takes place a short boat trip from Kuata, weather and sea conditions permitting.


  • See Yasawan honeycomb rock formations
  • Island walks
  • Scenic cruise through the Mamanuca Islands
  • Snorkelling


  • Transfers from Nadi/Denarau Hotels
  • 2 Course Lunch
  • Use of Snorkelling Gear
  • Use of Kayaks


Departs: 8.45 am daily from Port Denarau Marina
Returns: 6.00 pm

Additional Info

Children: 5 - 15 years inclusive are charged the child rate
What to Bring: Towel, Sunscreen, Hat, Swimmers, Camera
Operated by: South Sea Cruises