Bay of Plenty Resort ferry port in Matacawalevu Island connects you with Denarau in Fiji with a choice of up to 7 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Bay of Plenty Resort to Denarau crossing is from 4 hours and the crossing is operated by Awesome Adventures Fiji.
Found on the inside curve of the horse-shoe-shaped Matacawalevu Island, one of the larger landmasses that make up the streak of isles off the north coast of Fiji, is the Bay of Plenty Resort. This small settlement of holiday cabins is built upon the grassy hills that line the coast, their flat-topped peaks offering views across the glassy waters of the South Pacific Ocean.
This largely uninhabited isle is home to just two quaint coastal villages – Vuake and Matacawalevu Village – that sit at opposite ends of the south-facing bay. Both villages are rich in the colourful local culture and are shadowed by the steeper inland climbs that rise towards the Fijian skyline.
The port at the Bay of Plenty is nothing more than a designated area of the beach, and as such does not have any facilities beyond those offered at the nearby resort. Due to the lack of roads or public transport, the port can only be reached on foot.
Currently only one service operates from the port at the Bay of Plenty Resort. An Awesome Adventures Fiji line leaves the bay a number of times throughout the week, heading the short voyage south to the port-town of Denarau on the mainland coast of Fiji.
Bay of Plenty, Matacawalevu Island, Yasawa Islands
If you need to spend a night at or near Bay of Plenty Resort ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Bay of Plenty Resort Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!