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Mantaray Island Resort At a Glance

Located in Fiji's The Islands Region

Beachfront in Yasawa Islands
Swim with Manta Rays
Amazing snorkelling

Couples Friendly

Island Resort

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Full Service Resort

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Mantaray Island Resort

If you are looking for a relaxing place to sip on a cocktail, try your hand at cooking Fijian style, experience local village or explore a real marine reserve, the Mantaray Island Resort is the place for you.

This beautiful resort is home to amazing opportunities to swim with manta rays, and some of the best snorkelling and diving in Fiji and diving Fiji has to offer with over 40 dives sites within 20 minutes of the resort, the Mantaray Dive Team will guide you through one of the world’s most pristine tropical marine environments. Learn to scuba dive at their in house dive school learn to freedive at Fiji’s only accredited free dive school.

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Location

Located in the Fijian Yasawa Islands, Mantaray Island Resort epitomizes the perfect Fiji holiday. With beautiful white sand tropical beaches, vibrant coral reefs, a marine reserve and a a unique close relationship with the local village which gives a truly traditional feel. Mantaray Island Resort offers the complete Fiji experience.

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Facilities

There is plenty to do during your stay at Mantaray Island Resort – as much or as little as you choose!

Mantaray Island has some of the best snorkelling in Fiji literally ten metres from the shore line. Enter the reef directly in front of the resort to see coral reef and schools of fish. Mantaray Island Resort has been a voluntary marine reserve since 2003 and a formally gazetted marine reserve since late 2012. This means there’s been no fishing in the Mantaray Island reserve for more 14 years now.

The waters in front of the resort are widely regarded as some of the best snorkelling in Fiji and is one of the very few places you can swim with Manta Rays. The season for swimming with the manta rays spans up to six months, from May to October but have been viewed from as early as April until as late as November.

Learn to make traditional Fiji recipes with the resort Executive Chef. Chef Madhwan has been at Mantaray Island Resort for six years and will take you on a culinary adventure!

You can try your hand at traditional palm weaving or coconut jewellery making. The resort activities team will teach you local techniques to make a unique souvenir like a hat or bag that you can take home!

Why not take some time out and enjoy a massage with fully trained masseuse. You can book in for a massage in a specially built massage bure right on the beach. Pure bliss!

The resort neighbours local village, Soso, located just two islands away, it is the largest village in the Yasawa Archipelago. Guests can experience what life is like in a contemporary Fijian village. Visit the community church, explore the village, talk with the elders and of course and even have the opportunity to stiop and play with local kids at the village school. A donation is made to the village for each visitor.

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Dining

Mantaray Island Resort’s menu includes continental buffet breakfasts, a la carte lunches, four course a la carte dinners and specialty buffet evenings provided for you by our Executive Chef.

Using only the freshest ingredients and fresh locally caught fish and fresh seasonal tropical fruit, the resort can offer a wide range of items to suit every taste including vegetarian and other special dietary needs which can be catered for on request.

Compulsory* Meal Package FJD $99 per person per night

Children aged 3 to 12years FJD $49.50 per child per night, children up to 2 years of age dine free of charge. (inclusive of breakfast, lunch & dinner, excluding drinks)

Meal package is payable on the Island at check in.

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Entertainment

One night a week the Executive Chef prepares a traditional Fijian lovo or ground oven feast. The staff will perform traditional Fijian song and dance and teach guests their moves so you can join in the fun!

Fire dancers are a sight to be seen and definitely not to be missed.

Weather permitting, once per week the resort will hold a bon-fire night on the beach. Bring down your favourite cocktail and mingle with guests and staff for an evening under the stars listening to the crackle of an open fire.

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Room Facilities

The resort offer multiple accommodation options from Villas, Bures and dormitory style rooming.

The Paradise Dorm is affordable accommodation which is a 32 bed air-conditioned shared dormitory option. Linen provided. Towels for hire at a daily fee of F$5 per day and F$15 deposit.

Treehouse Bures are located close to the beach, shaded by trees. Ideal for couples or friends travelling who want a little more privacy, but still being budget conscious. These Bures feature a private balcony, double or twin bedding, shared bathroom facilities and ceiling fan.

Jungle Bure are ensuited rooms with composted toilet facilities located only metres from the water these are ideal for couples. Serviced daily, they feature private balcony, King size bed, ceiling fan, tea & coffee making facilities.

Reef Bures - stand alone bures are air-conditioned, with outdoor shower and ensuite with flush toilets. Rooms feature bar fried, tea and coffee making facilities, ceiling fan and private balcony.

Beachfront Villas are perfect for a romantic getaway located just metres from the beach. Featuring private patio, ensuite bathroom, outdoor shower, bar fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, ceiling fan and air-conditioning and Queen sized bed.

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