Denarau ferries connect Fiji with Mamanuca Islands, Kuata Island, Wayalailai Island, Waya Island, Nanuya Balavu Island, Drawaqa Island, Naukacuvu Island, Naviti Island, Matacawalevu Island, Yaqeta Island, Nacula Island & Nanuya Lailai Island with crossings available to Bounty Island & Beachcomber Island (in Mamanuca Islands), Barefoot Kuata Island (in Kuata Island), Wayalailai Ecohaven & Naqalia Lodge (in Wayalailai Island), Octopus Resort (in Waya Island), Manta Ray Island Resort (in Nanuya Balavu Island), Barefoot Manta Island (in Drawaqa Island), Paradise Cove (in Naukacuvu Island), Botaira Beach Resort, Korovou Eco Tour Resort & White Sandy Beach (in Naviti Island), Long Beach Resort & Bay of Plenty Resort (in Matacawalevu Island), Navutu Stars (in Yaqeta Island), Oarsman Bay Lodge, Blue Lagoon Beach Resort & Nabua Lodge (in Nacula Island) & Gold Coast Resort & Nanuya Island Resort (in Nanuya Lailai Island). Sailings from Denarau are operated by numerous ferry companies.
There are up to 25 ferry crossings daily from Denarau with sailing durations starting from 35 minutes. Our Denarau ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
Port Denarua is on a small private island in the northwest corner of Fiji’s mainland, Viti Levu.
It is the main gateway to some of the beautiful islets along the northwest coast and is just twenty minutes from Nadi International Airport by car.
It is considered the island’s finest marina facility, offering restaurants, a spa, a large supermarket and a wide selection of shops. You can also book tours and activities inside the terminal.
There are a number of luxurious hotels on Denarau Island where you can relax overnight before your journey as well.
Port Denarau, Nadi
If you need to spend a night at or near Denarau ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Denarau Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!