West of Nadi, Fiji and south of the Yasawa Islands is a collection of 20 islands that make up the Mamanuca Islands. This volcanic archipelago is not heavily populated, leaving an environment of pristine beauty. It is also easily accessible being not far from off the coast of Fiji. Helicopters and float planes provide a high-end means of reaching the islands, if not also the quickest, while catamarans and water taxis can also be taken from Port Denarau.
The numerous islands of the Mamanuca Islands are each a destination in its own right. South Sea Island
is a great day trip destination due to its close proximity to the port and its offers of waters sports. Beachcomber Island offers natural splendor and a taste of Fijian culture with craft lessons, and Treasure Island is surrounded by a marine reserve as well as a turtle restoration program. The Mamanuca Islands also offers the setting for a romantic rendezvous or simply a pure escape from life.
When it comes to choosing accommodation in the Mamanuca Islands, it all comes down to which island you’d like to make your base. Many fine and classy properties can be enjoyed, some closer to the mainland and others further out into the sea. Bounty Island
offers a more budget-friendly destination. Find the most suitable accommodation for you by clicking on our interactive map and exploring the Mamanuca Islands for hotels and must-see destinations.