Mamanuca Island Group

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The Mamanuca (pronounced Mah-mah-noo-tha) islands are essentially volcanic outcrops pushed up from the ocean floor in a gigantic earthquake thousands of years ago.  They lie in a majestic arc, only a short distance from the mainland of Viti Levu, curving to the north-west, and almost touching the Yasawa chain. There are 13 islands in all, not counting those covered by the Pacific at high tide and they all share in common pristine white sandy beaches, waving palms, crystal blue waters and, at night, the cooling influence of the trade winds.

 

From the air you can see that the Mamanucas group is in fact two clusters known as Mamanuca-i-ra and Mamanuca-i-cake. Within the Mamanucas is the Malolo group, three miles inside the barrier reef, extending in a curve for about 75 miles.

 

A number of resort islands are scattered throughout the Malolo group, each offering comfortable casual bure (Fijian style cottage) accommodation, a relaxing holiday atmosphere and a range of water activities. There are boat excursions, fishing trips and water sports including water skiing, wind surfing, snorkelling, diving, sailing, speed boat riding, and coral viewing. Malolol Lailai is the centre for most tourism to and from the Mamanucas. It has safe anchorage, a well equipped and popular marina, a cosmopolitan community of Fijians and Indians and an airstrip serviced regularly from Nadi.

 

Fiji's 33rd Annual Regatta.   If you are planning a trip to Fiji and the Mamanucas during September 2016, you might be lucky to coincide your trip with the annual 33rd Fiji Regatta, which takes place 16th-20th September 2016.  Based around Malolo Lailai Island, Coral Cay Island and the Musket Cove Resort, this fun regatta's mantra is 'Sail by day, Party by night', and has many fun sailing, watersports, and social events, to which everyone is invited.


Transpacific's recommended hotel selection
Tokoriki Island Resort

Tokoriki Island Resort

The beautiful Tokoriki Resort is set on a 300ft white sand beach with uninterrupted views of some very spectacular Pacific sunsets.

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Musket Cove Resort

Musket Cove Resort

This lovely resort is located on the 600 acre island of Malolo Lailai which lies 10 miles west of Nadi.

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Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Likuliku Lagoon Resort

This unique holiday resort offers world class facilities, and is the ultimate romantic escape or honeymoon, just for couples.

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 Tropica Island Resort, Malolo

Tropica Island Resort, Malolo

A newly opened adults only Resorts, Tropica Island Resort is set on a sheltered white sand cove with fantastic views.

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Matamanoa Island Resort

Matamanoa Island Resort

Surrounded by a double necklace of live coral reefs and brilliant white sand beaches.

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Malolo Island Resort

Malolo Island Resort

An intimate, rustic resort where you can relax amongst white sandy beaches, abundant coral reefs, coconut palms and azure seas.

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 Wadigi Island

Wadigi Island

The resort is all that is on Wadigi Island, which is not very large! But that's OK as good things come in small packages!

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Castaway Island Resort

Castaway Island Resort

The resort has a very laid back style, so your holiday experience will be as relaxing or active as you desire.

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Vomo Island Resort

Vomo Island Resort

Vomo Island Resort is a newly refurbished boutique property, with the majestic Mount Vomo as a backdrop, providing a truly special setting.

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 Lomani Island Resort

Lomani Island Resort

Lomani Island Resort is an Adults-only paradise on a 4 mile private beach.

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