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Treasure Island is a fifteen acre reef fringed atoll about 13 kilometres to the northwest of Nadi Airport. As the resort covers the entire island, the 67 well appointed bures are located around the perimetre giving all a beachfront. All the spacious bures are air-conditioned, have ceiling fans, and ensuite, a refrigerator, and tea and coffee making facilities. There is ample fresh hot and cold running water piped from the mainland but no telephones, except in the office, no television and no radio.

The rooms and patio are simply decorated in tropical style with pastel colours and rattan furnishings. The magnificent high ceilinged, solidly constructed main bure houses the restaurant, The Takia Bar as well as the dance area where the band plays every night. The well stocked boutique is nearby. The games and convention bure next door seats around 90 people theatre style and is ideal for a small conference or business seminar. Casually elegant, the tropical dining room serves wholesome, well presented, reasonably prized meals.

Experience life's simple pleasures

Variety is there with Lovo feasts, BBQ and a la carte with European and local dishes. Tropical fruit and fresh fish are features of Treasure Island's menus. Children are well catered for with special meals as well as a supervised activities program.

Apart from the art of relaxing pool side or on the beach, activities include sailing, canoeing, pedal boats, snorkelling, parasailing, tennis and mini golfs or a game of volley ball with the staff - Fiji vs Rest of the world! None motorised activities are free. There is a full scuba diving operation on the island as well as game fishing while hand line fishing is available early morning and evening, free of charge.

Treasure Island is just 25 minutes from Denarau Marina by water limo, eight minutes from Nadi airport by helicopter and there is also a transfer from Pt. Denarau on the fast catamaran "Treasure Flyer". However, many prefer the more romantic 70 minute passage on a 50 metre schooner from Lautoka. At the resort's long serving populous staff will tell you, those who know Treasure love it and return - again and again.

For More Information Contact:

P.O. Box 2210, Lautoka
Telephone: +679 666999
Facsimile: +679 555955


Plantation Resort is situated on Malolo Lai Lai Island in the fabulous Mamanuca Group of islands west of Nadi Bay. The resort is nestled among 25 acres of tropical coconut palms and boasts seven kilometres of pristine white sandy beach, part of which fronts the beautiful sheltered aqua lagoon.

Plantation Island offers a choice of large two bedroom beach front or garden bures, one bedroom bures or hotel rooms with either beach or garden views. All accommodation features, private bathrooms, overhead fans, IDD telephone, refrigerator, and tea/coffee making facilities.

Plantation Island is an aquatic paradise with all non-motorised water sports free of charge to house guests including catamarans, windsurfers, canoes and snorkelling equipment. Motorised water sports include water skiing, para-flying, big banana, jet skis, deep sea fishing, hand line fishing, dolphin watching, surfing and PADI scuba diving which will bring you face to face with the spectacular underwater life, some of which is unique to Fiji.

Dining is always a relaxing and pleasurable experience on Plantation, where you can alternate between three restaurants, dine on the beach, choose from a la carte or theme bouquet with menu changing nightly. Taste a delightful spicy curry at Anandas and sample some excellent wince from around the world. Day time choices include pool side or on the beach or either a light snack or barbecue. Children have their own special menus.

Families holidaying on Plantation Island are always delighted to discover the children's creche, interesting activity programme, playground, kids pool with slide and reasonable baby-sitting prices. The friendly Fijian hospitality ensures that you will leave Plantation Resort with the kind of memories that will bring you back soon.

For More Information Contact:


P.O. Box 9176
Nadi Airport
Telephone: +679 669333
Facsimile: +679 669423


A leisurely hour's cruise from Lautoka takes you to the golden sands and tropical scenery of Beachcomber island where life is carefree, casual, and comfortable. In keeping with the relaxed atmosphere, you will find accommodation suited to every budget with the choice of private Fijian bure, the Grand Bure, or the lodge. The bures have traditional thatched roofs, private deck with sun lounges and include private facilities, fridge, tea and coffee maker, and ceiling fan. The Grand Bure is the largest and strongest traditional bure in all of Fiji and provides affordable dormitory style accommodation with share facilities as well as a unique way to meet people from all over the world. For the budge conscious, the lodge includes two beds with private facilities, vanity, basin, tea an coffee making facilities, fridge and fan.

All meals are included in the daily tariff and in true island style, the traditional beating of drums signals leisurely meal times where you can savour the selection of Fijian and international dishes served buffet style. Complementary resort activities include coral viewing, snorkelling, volley ball, mini golf, fish feeding, and cultural floor shows four nights a week. Other aquatic activities available include a semi-submersible submarine, coral reef viewing, windsurfing, fishing, canoeing, sailing, jet skis and parasailing, as well as scuba diving and instructions.

After sunset, the famous Beachcomber Band begins playing soothing dinner music and then continues with lively dance music for as long as you want to party. The exciting Polynesian and Fijian floor shows are highlights four nights weekly that create a wonderful experience of Fiji colourful tradition and rich heritage.

Getting to Beachcomber Island is easy, as the resort can arrange transport to and from Nadi airport and hotels to connect with your transfer from Lautoka wharf to the island eleven miles off shore. Once having stepped ashore, Beachcomber Island Resort's charm makes it very hard to leave. 

For More Information Contact:


P.O. Box 364, Lautoka
Telephone: +679 661500
Facsimile: +679 664496
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