West of Nadi and south of the Yasawa Islands lie the palm-fringed sandy beaches of the Mamanucas. These 20 islands (seven of which are submerged at high tide) are mainly dedicated to relaxation, with perhaps a spot of snorkeling or swimming if you are feeling energetic.
Accommodation in Mamanucas
Over-water accommodations (called ‘bures’ in the local lingo) are scarce in Fiji, so this resort has a real unique selling point. The bingalows look traditional but of course have all-modern amenities and centre around the main complex, shaped like an ancient Fijian boathouse. Traditional architecture and natural materials create a space dedicated to ocean-side relaxation.