To book your trip to the Mamanuca islands, simply use our Ferry search box for a one way or return trip. If you prefer to book a day trip or package, take a look at our Mamanuca activities page.
The Mamanucas of Fiji are a group of about 20 gorgeous islands that stretch outwards from the west coast of Viti Levu, 7 of which are covered by water at high tide. As is typical of Fiji's many islands, pure white sand beaches, swaying palms and turquoise water greet travellers at every turn. Malolo Lailai, just a 45 min ferry ride from the mainland, is considered to be the centre of tourism within the Mamanuca Islands and is host to 4 luxury resorts, a marina and golf course.
The eastern Mamanucas - South Sea, Beachcomber, Treasure and Serenity island (also known as Bounty) can also be experienced using the Bula Pass Fiji Island Hopping ticket. If you are visiting Fiji, the Mamanuca islands are a must see destination to explore and enjoy.
There's plenty to do besides relaxing at the beach and soaking up the tropical sunshine - world class diving, a huge vareity of surface water sports, great places to eat & drink and a few great beach bum nightlife hotspots.
Take a look at the summaries below on how to get to Mamanuca and some of the activities on offer. The Mamanucas are all about water sports, ultimate relaxation and snorkeling, windsurfing, sea kayaking and sailing are often offered free to resort guests.
You can find out about the best things to do in Mamanuca in our comprehensive travel guide on the islands. The possibilities are endless, so we have selected a number of the most popular islands, ferry routes and activties for you to browse. From the floating luxury of Cloud 9 and resorts of Malolo to the beauty of Mana and Beachcomber Island - you can easily get lost in paradise.
Activities in the Mamanuca Islands
Visit Cloud 9
Go Diving with Aqua Trek Fiji
Boat Trips to the Mamanuca Islands
Visit Malolo Lailai Island with the Malolo Cat
Malolo Lailai and Plantation Island are home to 2 main resorts, boasting 5 different swimming pools, 4 bars, 5 gourmet restaurants, coffee shops, water activities and much, more! There is just so much to see and to do on this island that its well worth an overnight stay. At 4.00pm daily, the boat departs to return to the mainland, arriving at Port Denarau at 4.50pm.
Malolo Cat offers three high-speed catamarans that provide transfers and day trips from Port Denarau to the Malolo Lailai Islands every morning. Visit Malolo Lailai for a day or stay over at one of the resorts and take the Malolo Cat back on a different day.
You can find out more about visiting Malolo Lailai Island and the trips offered by visiting Malolo Cat their individual page.
Visit 11 different islands with South Sea Cruises
With South Sea Cruises you can visits 11 Mamanuca Islands departing from Port Denarau with a crew that will instantly make you feel welcome on board. Take a daytrip, island to island transfer or island hop.
Day cruises & packages
South Sea Cruises offers full- and half day cruises to South Sea Island, Mana Island, Castaway Island and a Fiji Island Explorer cruise. If you are looking for additional options you can include an introduction or certified dive to the day cruise when going to South Sea Island.
South Sea Cruises offers 14 transfers to and from the following Mamanuca Islands; Beachcomber Island, Port Denarau, Bounty Island, Castaway Island, Malolo Island, Likuliku Lagoon, Mana Island, Matamanoa Island, Sheraton Tokoriki, Tokoriki Island Resort, Tokoriki Island, Treasure Island and Tropica Island Resort. There is a transfer directly to Nadi Airport from certain islands.
For more info on visiting one of the Mamanuca Islands mentioned and the trips offered you can simply visit the page made for South Sea Cruises.
Blue Lagoon Cruises - COMING SOON
Blue Lagoon Cruises offers a beautiful Fijian experience with their 3, 4 or 7 night cruises and island transfers within the Mamanuca Islands. With a minimum of 2 adult passengers you can have the whole boat by yourself or invite friends over to come and join you through the stunning Fijian Islands.