Barefoot Kuata Island Resort Fiji is located on Kuata Island, part of the Yasawa archipelago group of islands
Kuata Island is owned by inhabitants on the nearby island of Waya Lai Lai. Barefoot Kuata Island Resort Fiji is a proud partnership with villagers from Wayalailai Island with many of our staff from the same village.
About Barefoot Kuata Island Resort Fiji
How to describe Barefoot Kuata Island Resort Fiji?
If you seek an authentic tropical Fijian island experience complete with affordable beachfront accommodation and the warm, generous hospitality Fiji is globally renowned for, Barefoot Kuata Island Resort Fiji is for you.
There are only 21 rooms at Barefoot Kuata Island Resort Fiji with the resort situated on the main beach and a second beach located on the other side of the island, both offer a great snorkelling experience. There are poolside loungers, walking tracks, a coastline to explore, unique rock formations (Phantom Rock) and unforgettable snorkelling or diving with Fiji sharks experiences. Finding your personal space in South Pacific paradise is easy at Barefoot Kuata Island Resort Fiji.
We're not a 5-star resort but more a 5-star Robinson Crusoe experience. If you were going be to shipwrecked, this is where you'd want to land.
Dining is a la carte & buffet, it's a meal plan format payable for each day booked on the island. Wifi, use of snorkelling equipment, kayaks, stand up paddleboards and daily scheduled activities are included during your stay.
View and private beach access from Beachfront Safari Bure
New Beachfront Bure interior
Where are we?
Barefoot Kuata Island Resort Fiji is located on Kuata Island part of the Yasawa group of islands. The Yasawa Islands are volcanic in origin and characterised by stunning mountainous peaks up to 600m in height.
The further west you travel in Fiji the dryer it becomes, the Yasawa Islands have the lowest annual rainfall in Fiji.
Yasawas Winter average max 26c, average min 25c
Yasawas Summer average max 28c, average min 27c
See 'How to get here'.
Located in northwest Fiji the Yasawa Islands consist of six main islands and numerous smaller islands. The archipelago stretches for more than 80 km and is 78km from Nadi.