This beachfront spa resort is located in Matamanoa Island, where regional attractions include Monuriki Island and Cloud 9 Fiji.
Escape the busy tourist traffic on this northerly Mamanuca island just 35 km west of Nadi. Tokoriki is quiet, peaceful, and adjoins a marine park sanctuary of ...
Offering direct access to the beach in Malolo Island, this resort is within the vicinity of Musket Cove Marina, Cloud 9 Fiji, and North Beach. Regional attractions ...
On its own private white sand beach, this resort is in Treasure Island, within the vicinity of Tivua Island. Regional attractions also include Vuda Point Marina ...
Located in Malolo Lailai Island, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 1 mi (2 km) of Musket Cove Marina and Cloud 9 Fiji. Wailoaloa Beach ...
This Mana Island resort is by the ocean, set on its own private white sand beach within minutes of North Beach. Area attractions also include Yanuya ...
Set on a private white sand beach, this resort is in Malolo Island, within the vicinity of Musket Cove Marina and Cloud 9 Fiji.
Nestled on the beach, this Malolo Lailai Island resort is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Musket Cove Marina.
On a private white sand beach in Castaway Island, this resort is within the vicinity of Cloud 9 Fiji, North Beach, and Musket Cove Marina. Regional attractions ...
This beachfront luxury hotel is located in Tokoriki Island, where regional attractions include Yanuya Village, Monuriki Island, and Port Denarau.
An archipelago of some 20 islands just off the coast of Viti Levu, the Mamanuca Islands are among the most developed in Fiji for tourists and are surrounded by picture-perfect South Pacific scenery. Enjoy a stay near the prestigious dive sites, including Gotham City and the Big W, in the Mamanuca Islands, with shoals of colourful fish darting around everywhere through the crystal clear waters.
There’s windsurfing and parasailing, and plenty of amazing breaks for surfers to catch. On the Mamanuca Islands, it’s not uncommon to encounter 20-foot waves. Of course, you may prefer something more sedate, such as sunbathing on the beach, joining a boat trip or exploring scenic little villages, in which case you’ll find plenty to enjoy.
You can easily make a day trip over to the Mamanuca Islands by catamaran from Denarau Island, or stay in one of the many superb resorts on the islands themselves. Most visitors will stay on either Tavarua, Malolo Lailai or Tokoriki. Resorts here cater to every requirement, whether you’re interested in a family-friendly hotel or a luxurious all-inclusive resort.
Pamper yourself with treatments in a full-service spa, seek shade around the pool, or play 18 holes on a golf course next to your hotel. Whatever your interests, the Mamanuca Islands have everything needed for a memorable stay in Fiji. Several islands have their own reefs, perfect for diving and snorkelling, while others have private beaches, so you can spend the morning catching some rays, before heading back to a delicious seafood lunch, in preparation for another few hours of blissful relaxation.
Several of the Mamanuca Islands are completely uninhabited, but have jetties used by local fishermen. While you’re probably not going to be the only one with the idea, if you’re looking for seclusion then you have a good chance of finding it in an isolated cove. Indulge your Robinson Crusoe fantasies, curl up with a good book or take a paddle in the surf – there are few more iconic South Pacific images than this.