|Yadua Taba Iguana Sanctuary|
IUCN category IV (habitat/species management area)
|Location||Vanua Levu Group, Fiji|
|Area||0.71 km2 (0.27 sq mi)|
|Governing body||National Trust of Fiji|
Yadua Tabu (pronounced [jan'dua 'tambu]) is a volcanic islet in Fiji, an outlier to the northern island of Vanua Levu, and immediately south of the larger island Yadua. Yadua Tabu covers an area of 0.7 square kilometres and has a maximum altitude of 100 meters. Yadua Tabu is a protected sanctuary for the Fiji Crested Iguana, Brachylophus vitiensis, and also contains a strand of dry littoral forestry, almost completely lost in the rest of Fiji. Landing here is strictly prohibited.
In 1979, the Fiji government protected the island when the iguana population was discovered. The sanctuary is of national significance as outlined in Fiji's Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan.