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Yasawa Islands
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Yasawa Islands

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Wonder Type: Natural
Country: Fiji
Description:
The Yasawa Islands are a group of islands in north-western Fiji. Areas of the Yasawas were the locales for both the 1949, and 1980 filming of the romance adventure film The Blue Lagoon, including the Sawa-i-lau caves, and Turtle Island. The Yasawas are beautiful and unspoilt with islands having spectacular snorkeling right off the beach.
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