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Like a string of twenty emerald jewels, the Mamanucas are an island nirvana straight out of a postcard, or movie poster. Pronounced Ma-ma-nutha, this is Fiji’s most popular island cluster. There’s sheer, unspoiled beauty and a wide range of activities that ensure island living is never dull. Some islands in this chain remain uninhabited yet are still accessible for day trips, so hop on a boat with a few supplies and play castaway for a day.
Relatively simple to reach, the Mamanucas are only a quick seaplane or boat ride west from Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu. The closest jump off point from Viti Levu is Port Denarau, which is a 15-minute drive from Nadi International Airport. The only hard part is deciding which island to choose.
Resorts dot this peaceful archipelago that clusters around the Malolo Barrier Reef. It’s a popular choice for snorkelers and divers, with courses in both readily available. No matter what your level of experience, there's no excuse to neglect the underwater wonders.
Boating is the best way to explore the Mamanuca’s colorful coral reefs. A charter cruise will take you to places only accessible with local knowledge. Get a group of friends together and rent a guide and boat for the day, or go on a trip organized by your resort. Either way, you’ll reach some of the best places in the world to surf the waves, reel in the catch of the day, and snorkel among spectacular coral and tropical fish.
For day-trippers there are lots of cruising options that will take you around the Mamanucas, with plenty of activities along the way.
Whether you’re traveling with family, partners or flying solo, the Mamanucas cater for all budgets and tastes. There are resorts to suit backpackers, families, honeymooners and party people. Whatever your style, and which ever island you choose, the warm hospitality and magical moonlit nights are guaranteed.
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 and Musket Cove Marina.
Set on a private white sand beach, this resort is in Malolo Island, within the vicinity of Musket Cove Marina and Cloud 9 Fiji.
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 also include Yanuya Village and Tokoriki Island Beach.
On a private white sand beach, this hotel is by the sea in Beachcomber Island, within easy reach of scuba diving and surfing/boogie boarding. Regional attractions also include Tivua Island and Vuda Point Marina.
This beachfront luxury hotel is located in Tokoriki Island, where regional attractions include Yanuya Village, Monuriki Island and Port Denarau.
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 Village.
Nestled on the beach, this Malolo Lailai Island resort is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Musket Cove Marina.
Nestled on the beach, this Malolo Lailai Island resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Musket Cove Marina and Cloud 9 Fiji. Wailoaloa Beach and Namaka Market are also within 25 miles (40 km).