The luxurious One Island Yasawa Island Resort & Spa announced this week its intention to reopen and welcome international visitors alongside the reopening of the Fijian border effective December 18, 2021.
The news coincides with the official announcement by Tourism Fiji and the Fijian government to reinstate travel to the country after it was closed to international visitors for more than twenty months at the height of the global pandemic.
“Our Fijian family is ready and excited to finally welcome couples, singles, families and groups in time for a traditional tropical getaway,” explained One Island Yasawa Island Resort & Spa Manager and Owner James McCann, in a press release.
One of Fiji’s most upscale resorts, the independent property officially accepts immediate and future resort bookings for travelers looking for a tropical getaway in time for the holidays.
Note that cautious travelers will appreciate that the facility aligns with the rest of the country’s COVID-19 protocols, including the Care Fiji Pledge and Fijian COVID’s secure economic recovery. The staff of more than 60 people have been fully immunized and more than 80 percent of all local villages have also received two doses of the vaccine.
During its twenty-month closure, One Island Yasawa Island Resort & Spa underwent a series of major renovations and upgrades that included new wooden doors and decks, sleek stone outdoor showers with privacy screens in cinnamon wood, pergolas above each bure entrance, and other improvements that will make the stay even more pleasant.
Want to know more about the reopening of One Island Yasawa Island Resort & Spa? Further information, including prices and openings, is available on the official Yasawa website.