Mantaray Island Resort
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BULA FROM FIJI :) currently lying on the beach the sun isn't out but it's still 30 degrees so no complaints! We've had a a great first week in this beautiful country. We set off for the islands on Monday morning after 2 nights on the mainland. First stop was Blue Lagoon Resort ( 4 1/2 hours from mainland). After a fairly 'bumpy' ride we got off the …
How will we ever go back to real life? The past two weeks have been spent tranquillising on beautiful white beaches, paddling in tropical aquamarine seas, and luxuriating in the pure unadulterated bliss of no responsibility. Bula! Two weeks ago, we touched down in the heavenly isles of Fiji, fervently embracing the rush of heat that greeted us …
I'd heard mixed views about Fiji and so really didn't know what to expect. But when you walk into the airport arrivals hall to singing and dancing, you can't help but smile! When my trip was being booked, Dan at Real Gap had phoned me and said 'do you fancy going to Fiji?' It hadn't been on the plans previously but when somebody says that to you, …
My second day on mantaray island started with a massive breakfast, even though I was tired I managed to drag myself out of bed and it was worth it, I had lots to eat, pancakes, cakes and toast.. Perfect!! Then I went and layed on the beach for a bit then we made bracelets out of palm tree leaves weaving them to make a band, it was pretty good! I …
So I had to leave smugglers cove at 7.15, the coach was full all the way to the jetty. Then I checked in and found out it was 3hours to get to the island so I started reading my book, when we got there I was shocked to see how busy the island was soo many people, but more groups of people than solo travellers which sucked! There's also a really …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMantaray Island Resort Nanuya
The staff here are really friendly as per usual in Fiji, the resort has a number of sea kyaks which are great for paddling across the channel between islands for a little exploration. It's not the cheapest place in the Yasawas but it is still reasonably priced. As I was nearing my time on the islands and was running low on money I didn't take part in many of the activities there but the food was among the best I'd eaten in Fiji, fresh and more importantly HOT, not just warm. The accommodation was great as well, we stayed in the bures near the beach front and we're nice and comfy. If you're going for tradition/basic style though this may be a bit upmarket for you
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