Where is Subsurface Fiji?

On 10 famous island resorts in the Mamanuca Islands

The Mamanuca (pronounced Mah-mah-noo-tha) islands lie in a majestic arc, only a short distance from the mainland of Viti Levu, curving to the north-west, and almost touching the Yasawa chain. There are 13 islands in all and they all share in common pristine white sandy beaches, waving palms, crystal blue waters and, at night, the cooling influence of the trade winds.

The Mamanucas are essentially volcanic outcrops pushed up from the ocean floor in a gigantic earthquake thousands of years ago. Within the Mamanucas is the Malolo group, three miles inside the barrier reef, extending i9 a curve for about 75 miles.

The stunning beauty of the islands, and their convenient location to Nadi international airport, make this the most popular holiday destination in Fiji The vivid turquoise waters are warm all year round and the consistent warm sunny weather and cooling evening breeze combine to make it the perfect location for watersports, fishing and diving.