White sandy beaches, warm turquoise sea and swaying coconut palms are all part of the scenery. It’s a backdrop ideal for the screen, with the Mamanucas featuring in the classic Tom Hanks film Cast Away and also on Survivor: Fiji.
The Mamanucas are a great spot for water sports of all kinds, from family-friendly snorkelling to discovering famous dive sites, or riding one of the best surf breaks in the world. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing break, an affordable holiday or some family time, there’s an island in the Mamanucas for everyone.
Accommodation in the Mamanucas ranges from easy-going backpacker lodges and surfers’ sanctuaries to relaxed resorts catering to families and five-star retreats. But whether you’re sitting outside your ocean-front bure, or swinging in a hammock between the palm trees, you’ll still be soaking up the magical views.All accommodation in Mamanuca Islands
Take things at your own pace in the Mamanucas. For the adventurous, there are high-speed jet ski safaris to tropical islands, skydiving from 14,000ft over coral reefs, or testing your skills on Fiji’s most iconic wave, the world-famous Cloudbreak. If you’re coming to relax, you can join a day cruise to a deserted island, bask in the sun by the pool, or explore the miles of sugar-white sand beaches.
How to get to the Mamanuca Islands
Located just off the western coast of Viti Levu, the Mamanuca Islands are visible from the Nadi coastline and easily accessible from the mainland. You can get there by boat, seaplane or helicopter, with many companies offering charters and transfer services.Transport in Mamanuca Islands
Dining in the Mamanuca Islands
Dining in the Mamanuca Islands is resort-based, with most accommodation having multiple offerings, from fine dining restaurants to more casual fare. Even if you are not staying there, most resorts will welcome visitors to experience their dining options.Dining in Mamanuca Islands