Nanuya Lailai

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The northwestern beach on Nanuya Lailai, showing the dense tropical vegetation on the island.

Nanuya Lailai is an island of the Yasawa Group in Fiji. It is located north of Nanuya Levu, which served as a location for the film The Blue Lagoon, separated by a narrow channel.

A beach on the west of the island is leased by Blue Lagoon Cruises, nearby is the island's one luxury resort. The small settlement of Enendala is at the base of a hill on the island's eastern beach. Seven families, all related and with family connections to Naisisili Village on Nacula Island, live there. They operate a small number of backpacker hostels.

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Coordinates: 17°34′S 177°37′E / 17.56°S 177.61°E / -17.56; 177.61