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The Beachcomber Island Denarau ferry route connects Mamanuca Islands with Fiji and is currently operated by 3 ferry companies. South Sea Cruises operate their crossing up to 4 times per day, Awesome Adventures Fiji 7 times per week & the South Sea Cruises service is available up to 4 times per day.
There are a combined 63 sailings available per week on the Beachcomber Island Denarau crossing between Mamanuca Islands and Fiji and with 3 ferry companies on offer it is advisable to compare all to make sure you get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.
Beachcomber Island is situated on a picturesque marine sanctuary in the Mamanuca Islands. The port connects you with Denarau in mainland Fiji, with a choice of up to twenty eight ferry crossings per week, delivered through both South Sea Cruises and Awesome Adventures Fiji.
What’s there to do on Beachcomber Island?
With blues skies and hot weather, Beachcomber Island is an all year round holiday paradise with stunning sandy beaches surrounding the destination. The resort is ideal for holiday makers looking for a party, with entertainment going on late into the night. Cultural floorshows, DJ’s and resident bands keep visitors dancing into the early hours. There are water sports aplenty with paddle boarding, windsurfing, canoeing, sailing, jet skiing and scuba diving all available, and much more on top.
Where is the port and what services are available?
The port is located at the beach front and the resort has its own private jetty. The picturesque islet is easy to get to with the port located less than twenty kilometres away from Nadi International Airport. Ferries from Beachcomber Island go to one other terminal, with two operators offering sailings. There are up to twenty eight crossing per week from the resort with South Sea Cruises and Awesome Adventures Fiji both supplying forty five minutes trips to Denarau.