Mamanuca Islands

The Mamanucas is a chain of islands west of Fiji’s main island Viti Levu. They provide white sand beaches, waving palms, blue waters and at night cooling influences of the trade winds. The Mamanucas are volcanic outcrops pushed up from the ocean floor thousands of years ago. Some of them have a special significance in Fijian folklore; all of them have a special significance for the visitor.

The groups are in fact two clusters of islands known as Mamanuca-i-ra (Leeward Mamanuca) and Mamanuca-i-cake (Windward Mamanuca). The leeward islands are uninhabited whilst the windward islands have villages but most are used only for the cultivation of crops and the occasional fishing excursion.

The Mamanucas provides a range of resorts to suit everyone’s pocket – whether it is upscale resorts such as Likuliku Lagoon Resort, Vomo Island Resort, Wadigi Private Island, and Tokoriki Island Resort to the family resorts – Castaway Island Resort, Plantation Island Resort or Malolo Island Resort or for back packers – Beachcomber Island Resort or Bounty Island Resort.

 

Highlights

Set among deep blue waters with fringing coral reefs of turquoise and pastel green, the Mamanuca Islands offers tourists some of Fiji’s most outstanding island beauty and the friendliest staff in the world...some of whom reside in nearby villages.Revel in a snorkeling experience right out the beach! For dive enthusiasts