Southernmost in the Yasawa archipelago, tiny Kuata Island is technically the easiest one to reach from Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu. However, most maps of the Yasawas don’t even feature Kuata and it certainly isn’t what you’d call overcrowded.
The best beach is at Likunivisawa Point, but the whole island is enchanting, with its fine-white sand, dramatic volcanic ridges, and caves.
Kuata is an island of the Yasawa Group in Fiji’s Ba Province. Tourism is of growing importance to the island’s economy. The small resort is very pleasant and friendly. It offers different types of accommodation from backpackers to en-suite, the food is quite good and the walk to the top of the island with views to Waya Island to the north are spectacular.
Swimming in the lagoon is excellent. It is possible to snorkel with small sharks, to dive or learn diving. Several science and conservation projects are happening on the island. Wikipedia