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Mamanuca Islands are a group of tiny islands west of Viti Levu in Fiji.
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The Mamanuca Islands consist of more than 20 islands. At high tide seven of them are completely inundated. These islands offer coral reefs, crystal clear waters, and palm fringed sandy beaches.
- Beachcomber Island. Beachcomber Island offers a lot to do, from Fijian craft lessons to coral viewing in a glass bottom boat. There is a huge range of water sports available and a great bar for cocktails on the beach with white sand stretching up under your bar stool. Snorkeling and scuba around Beachcomber island is not to be missed. The coral is surprisingly healthy and there is an abundance of fish species considering its proximity to busy resort and the many people visiting the small island. Blacktip reef sharks are in the area, but are not considered dangerous. Most only grow to around a metre in length. There is a dive shop on Beachcomber Island.
- Bounty Island (30 min from Denarau Marina). It is largely untouched and has 48 acres of natural wilderness encircled by beautiful white sandy beaches. There is a small resort with all facilities including a fresh water swimming pool. Being a marine reserve it is perfect for snorkelling.
- Castaway Island. Snorkel straight off the beach in the crystal clear waters and vibrant coral reefs or enjoy other non-motorised watersports such as kayaks, catamarans, windsurfers and spyboards.
- Malolo Island. Malolo Island offers scenic walks with views out over the Mamanuca Islands.
- Mana Island Resort. Mana has three separate beach areas, clear waters, and lots of shady palm trees, poolside bars and loungers. Enjoy snorkelling and a range of water sports on the lagoon side or laze on the quieter North Beach. Here you have views out over uninhabited islands and Sunset Beach. Snorkeling off the North and the South Beaches of Mana island is excellent too. For divers one of the best spots is "The Supermarket", very close to Mana, where you are guaranteed to see many sharks.
- SeasprayOcean Sailing. Departs daily from Mana Island. Explore beautiful beaches, lagoons and the crystal clear waters of the Mamanuca Islands onboard "Seaspray", an 83 foot classic sailing schooner. Explore the uninhabited island of Modriki, snorkel and visit a traditional Fijian island village on Yanuya. All food and drink is included.
- South Sea Island. South Sea Island is just 30 minutes from Denarau so you can either go for the whole day or take a quick trip in the morning and be back on the mainland by mid-day. South Sea Island has a swimming pool, snorkelling gear, and kayaks, stand up paddleboards and a semi-submersible coral viewer.
- Treasure Island. Treasure Island is surrounded by a marine reserve and offers great swimming and snorkelling in crystal clear waters. Choose a spot on the palm-fringed sandy beach to relax and enjoy. The hidden treasures of the resort make it a great destination for families with a pool, tennis courts and mini-golf course. They also have a turtle restoration program.
It won't surprise anybody that Fiji's cuisine features a lot of seafood. However, it may surprise those not familiar with Fiji's history that it also includes numerous Indian dishes introduced by Indian laborers brought over in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
Kokoda is a Fijian delicacy similar to ceviche or Hawaiian poke. It consists of pieces of raw fish marinated in lemon juice and coconut milk, often accompanied by pepper, onion and tomato.
Rourou soup is a smooth and creamy soup made from blended taro leaves and coconut milk.
Fresh tropical fruit is also popular on the islands, including plantains, papaya, mango and pawpaw.
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