Mana Island

This idyllic island offers honeymoon couples several pristine white-sand beaches as well as walkable hillside tracks that lead to gentle peaks from which to enjoy panoramic views over the island.

Pick a spot to sunbathe on the 800m-long crescent of soft, powder white sand of North Beach that gently shelves into crystalline waters that are perfect for swimming and snorkelling the offshore drop-off that teems with colourful fish and sea-turtles.

Or wander the shoreline to find your own secluded beach framed within a rocky cove – Mana Island is easily circumnavigated in about three hours.

At gorgeous South Beach, which fronts the luxury Mana Island Resort, you can choose from a range of water sports activities including water skiing, kayaking, sailing and semi-submersible coral viewing.


Discover the island's best resort and unwind in a choice of luxury beachfront bures especially designed for honeymoon couples at the 4-star Mana Island Resort.

Getting there

Mana Island is located in Fiji's Mamanuca Island Group, around 30km from Nadi.

Mana Island is serviced three times daily by South Sea Cruises via fast air-conditioned catamarans. Cruising time is approximately 50-minutes from Denarau Marina. Denarau Marina is a 20-minutes drive from Nadi Airport.

Amphibious floatplanes depart Nadi International Airport and from other locations by prior reservation arrangement. Flight time to Mana Island is approximately 12-minutes from Nadi.

The most convenient route to Fiji is by air to Nadi International Airport (NAN), located on the west coast of Viti Levu, about 10km (7mi) north of Nadi, and about 190km (120mi) northwest of Fiji's capital, Suva.

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Latest update: Mana Island, Fiji: 12 January, 2023