Set on a coral- and sand-fringed atoll within a stunning marine sanctuary, Treasure Island is one of Fiji’s most iconic resorts, with 36 years’ experience in providing hospitality and friendship to travelers from across the globe. The island caters especially to honeymooners, families and true romantics seeking a unique and unforgettable four-star island holiday experience. Treasure Island is one of the only resorts in the Mamanuca Islands to offer same day transfers, which means that you arrive on this island paradise the same day you arrive in Fiji.
Treasure Island offers many other unique features. For example, the traditional land owners, the Nakelo Clan, also own 50 per cent of the resort and members of the clan hold many key positions, which helps ensure a truly authentic Fijian experience. The resort is also proud to say that they welcome many of their guests back time and time again – in fact one couple has visited 84 times! Why don’t you come experience for yourself what is unique and special about Treasure Island – it is paradise.
Within 30 meters of the white, sandy beach, Treasure Island’s 66 traditionally-styled and recently-refurbished bures are positioned for maximum privacy and unique views of the surrounding marine park.
Fully air-conditioned and also fitted with ceiling fans, or the natural sea breeze each bure is encircled by lush, tropical gardens and features a private balcony with outdoor furniture and hammock.
Inside, guests will find a bar refrigerator, tea and coffee-making facilities, wireless internet access and a private en-suite offering piped hot- and cold-water showers, complimentary eco-toiletries and a hairdryer. Non-smoking bures are available on request
Treasure Island’s guests enjoy world class cuisine in spectacular South Pacific settings.
The resort regularly invites top international chefs, including the legendary Serge Dansereau, owner of The Bathers’ Pavilion in Sydney, to work with the staff to create stylish and contemporary menus using the freshest foods.
The menu varies each night and may include:
• a la carte menu with European and local dishes
• traditional lovo feast (cooked on an underground stone fire)
• flambé tableside cooking
• international buffets
Treasure Island also offers a choice of dining locations including:
• Elevuka Restaurant
• Sunset Bure under candlelight
• Beach or poolside, and
• Ganilau, our flambé restaurant
The magnificent main Bure houses the Elevuka Restaurant and Takia Bar, in addition to the dance area where a live band plays every night. Casually elegant, this tropical dining room serves mouth-watering delights harvested from the South Sea on its international a la carte menu. Tempting alternatives include weekly beach banquets and barbeques, lovo feasts, buffets and the spectacle of a tableside flambé. For dinner we recommend you reserve a table with the restaurant.
Meal Plan: Treasure Island meal plans offer guests a wonderful opportunity to save money. All plans must be purchased prior to arrival. Delicious hampers brimming with lunchtime goodies (and a bottle of sparkling wine on request) are available for beach picnics or excursions to neighboring islands. Just let the staff know a little in advance of your needs
Treasure Island is one of the most romantic destinations in the South Pacific and the experienced staff are experts at creating moving and memorable marriage ceremonies.
For those after a more formal touch, the masterfully designed glass and marble (non-denominational) Sigavou Chapel on the east beach offers panoramic ocean views.
Treasure Island’s stylish restaurant and bar offer a la carte international menus created by leading Australian chefs, and the choice of more intimate settings poolside, beachfront or by candlelight in the Sunset Bure. Simply choose your favorite location on the island!
And for your honeymoon, all the essential ingredients for the perfect romantic escape await you on Treasure Island.
Fun in the water: Treasure Island recently unveiled three spectacular new swimming pools designed for families, children and couples. Each pool surrounded by lush tropical gardens and offers panoramic ocean views. The largest incorporates a horizon edge, as well as in-water lounging areas and water spouts to keep guests cool in the warm tropical weather. Alongside sits a freshwater pool where infants and toddlers can safely enjoy themselves while parents look on. And, set beneath the main area is a third pool, providing a quiet, romantic and secluded area for adults to relax.
Free water-based activities includes Coral Viewing Trips, Fish Feeding and Snorkel gear. Non-motorized water sports such as wind surfing, canoeing, kayaking, sailing and paddle boating are available for a hourly rental rate and can be reserved with Subsurface Water sports office.
Scuba diving: The Mamanuca Islands provide a wealth of world-class diving sites. Select from beginner and advanced courses, day and night departures, reef and wreck dives. All can be arranged through our PADI dive shop. Beginners may wish to take part in our Discover Scuba program, while the more experienced can join a shark feeding dive. Book this in advance!
Motorized water sports: Our resident dive and water sports shop also provides a range of motorized water sports for your enjoyment including para-flying, jet skiing, water skiing, knee boarding, and giant tobogganing. Charges apply.
Complimentary classes including:
• basket and hat weaving
• wood carving
• Fijian language lessons
• Creating delicious marinades for fish
• medicinal plant lessons
• coconut husking
• coral planting.
FREE Games Room
You will find a pool table, table tennis table, myriad of board games, and videos/DVD movies. Check the Activities Board for hours of operation.
FREE Mini Golf
Test your putting skills on our challenging 12-hole putt-putt golf course. Clubs and balls are free and available at the Resort Reception.
Located within its own dedicated wellbeing bure, Senikai Spa offers a full range of health, relaxation and beauty therapies – many using local Fijian ingredients
A full-sized first-class tennis court with night lighting is available any time of the day until 9.00 pm. Racquets and balls are provided free of charge for guest use. Tennis shoes are required.
As the sun sets over the Pacific in another remarkable display of color, you are invited to enjoy an evening of memorable dining, warm and attentive service, dancing and entertainment.
From intimate candlelight beachfront dinners to cocktail parties, live band performances, spectacular cultural shows, competitions, movies, or simply chilling out on the beachfront with a tropical cocktail, the choice is yours.
A Treasure Island holiday provides tired parents with a much needed rest, and excited kids with a chance for endless fun while learning about Fijian culture and exploring our unique environment.
Activities for the kids are centered around Treasure Island’s Kids’ Club, a large purpose-built buré featuring a host of fun activities and strategically located in the centre of the island, away from the main entertainment area for adults.
The Club’s innovative program of activities is directed by up to four full-time staff(during the high season), all of whom are fully qualified teachers or trained in early childhood development.
Environmental warriors: As you would expect, Treasure Island’s natural environment plays a key role in Kids Club activities. Children help care for the island’s endangered Hawksbill turtles, feed Hibiscus flowers to the island’s rare Crested Iguanas, ‘plant’ new coral and help re-populate the island’s surrounding reef with important marine species, including giant clams and triton snails.
Cultural club: Treasure Island’s youngest guests also get some unforgettable hands-on experience of Fijian culture. Once a week the resort has a Fiji Day when kids get to create their own Lovo (traditional feast). As part of the activities the children prepare the food, weave dishes from coconut leaves and cook the food underground. Then, in the evening, they put on local dress and present a Meke (a performance of Fijian songs and dances) to parents.
Kids on Treasure Island can also make friends with some local children when, once a week, the Kids Club, travels on a 15 minute boat trip across to Viti Levu to experience a typical day in a local Fijian village school. This is subject to a minimum and charges do apply. This includes lunch for the day. There are plenty of other activities to keep kids stimulated and entertained, including sports, dancing, treasure hunts, competitions and games.
Other facilities for young guests: Surrounded by lush tropical gardens and panoramic ocean views, Treasure Island’s spectacular swimming pool complex is also perfect for families, with a dedicated freshwater pool specifically designed for infants and toddlers.
Remember that accommodation for two children under the age of 12 years is free on Treasure Island when they share the same room as their parents. This applies to accommodation only and does not include other chargeable resort facilities and services.
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As our valued clients, you will receive a fresh flower lei greeting upon arrival and entrance into Fiji Airway’s Airport first class VIP departure lounge on your last day – when you book your flights and accommodations with us.