Treasure Island

Best Feature: Good Snorkeling

Treasure Island really is stunning, crystal clear warm water and great snorkelling

Like most of the Mamanucas, Treasure Island is a popular destination with day trippers, well it used to be up until May of 2016 when they closed off all day trips. You can only visit Treasure Island if you have booked their accommodation. Reasonably small in size (approx 12 acres) one of the biggest draw cards to this island (for me at least) is the brilliant snorkelling available right off the beach in front of the resort.

In fact, it's good right around the whole island, and as there is a marine protection zone extending for 400 meters offshore, you get to see plenty of sea life even in shallow water.

There are lots more colourful fish to see, just didn't get a good photo of them

Quick fact list

Fijian name: Unknown
Location: 1hr (+ or - 30 min) by catamaran from Denarau Marina
Transfer costs: One way - fj$70 pp using Ratu Kini (if you book a return or $75 FJD one way), or fj$110 pp using South Sea Cruises or Treasure Islands own boat.  However if you book using Treasures meet & greet service from the airport it will cost $177 FJD per person with a minimum of 2 people for the boat. 
Snorkelling: High quality, with marine sanctuary at the island 
Beaches: good, perhaps a little gritty compared to some islands
Internet: Good coverage on Vodafone and Digicel
Treasure Island Resort: 
Find out more about accommodation on Treasure Island

Fiji Travel Guide...

Phone: (+679) 777 6666


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