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"Kids under 15 stay & eat FREE"

Price Per Person From

$1790

ex, Melbourne

$1820

ex, Sydney

$1820

ex, Brisbane

$1970

ex, Adelaide

Price Inclusions
Travel
* Return International Flights with Fiji Airways. Your airfare includes a 23kg luggage allowance, meal & drinks.
* All airfare taxes
* All transfers in Fiji

Accommodation
* 5 nights in an Island Bure, twin share (6 nights ex Adelaide)
* 2 nights in Nadi ex SYD/BNE only

Extras
* 2 kids under 15 stay FREE (additional cost for transfers applies)
* 2 kids under 15 eat FREE when dining with adults at Mamanuca Buffet Restaurant or Mamanuca Bistro
* FREE access to Tu Vonu Kids Club for 3-12yrs
* 5 hours babysitting services for infants 0-2yrs
* Use of select non-motorised water equipment
* Add 2 additional nights at Mana Island from $350 per person

Prices shown are a guide only, based on low season availability & some conditions. Please contact one of our Holiday Champions for an exact quote on the dates you wish to travel & any conditions that may apply.

Airfare is valid for select departure dates ex SYD/BNE/MEL/ADL 24 Jul 17 - 16 Mar 18, subject to availability, block-out dates apply. Additional charges apply for kids transfers to and from Mana Island. Prices shown are a guide only based on 2 adults travelling, please contact one of our Holiday Champions for an exact quote on the dates you wish to travel and any conditions that may apply. Prices are per adult and include airfares, all taxes, transfers & twin share accommodation (maximum 2 children per room). Hotel specials have varied travel dates, block-out dates & high season surcharges may apply, especially during school holidays. Prices are also subject to change without notice due to currency, tax fluctuations & fuel surcharges.
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Mana Island Resort At a Glance

Located in Fiji's The Islands Region

- Large deluxe island resort
- Great beaches & watersports
- Ideal for couples & families

Full Service Resort

None

Family Friendly

Island Resort

Yes

**MANA ISLAND CLOSED FOR CHARTER IN 2017**

Mana Island will be closed for a Resort Charter 21 March to 14 July 2017.

No matter how many times you go to Fiji, its pure, untouched beauty will never cease to astound you. Mana Island Resort and Spa is no exception, and that's why we invite you to enjoy all that is on offer in this lush facility.

The resort is perched atop 300 acres of tropical paradise, flanked by beaches and crystal clear ocean you'll struggle to leave behind. There's a range of accommodation options here to suit all travellers whether it's a honeymoon bure for a newlywed couple or a luxury suite for those who want room to move.

Those loved-up couples looking for a unique way to celebrate their romance should look at Fiji's first ocean front wedding chapel, located right here on Mana Island. Celebrate with your loved ones at this resort, swimming in its two fresh water pools before heading to one of the four bars for a drink or two to whet your appetite.

Adventure lovers can learn how to dive at the Padi five star dive centre, then take their newfound skills to the ocean for a once in a lifetime experience with Fijian wildlife.

One of the best things about staying at Mana Island is its 'Project E', which focuses on giving back to the environment. The Mamanuca Islands have been a focus of Fiji's tourism development for years, and Mana Island is no exception. The resort is a member of the Mamanuca Environment Society and is committed to educating staff and guests on the importance of protecting the planet and giving back to the community while providing a quality tourism experience.

Guests are welcome to hit it out on Mana's all-weather tennis courts, complete with lights to illuminate night games. Swim in the resort's pools, head out for a windsurfing lesson or simply cuddle up with your loved ones on one of the island's three beaches.

Need more info? Visit the Mana Island Resort resort page.