Treasure Island Resort is set on a coral and sand-fringed coral cay 17 km from Nadi International Airport in the famous Mamanuca Islands, Treasure Island is one of Fiji's most popular resorts. Ideally suited for honeymooners, couples and families, the property offers 66 recently renovated bures positioned along the beachfront for privacy and unique views.A main feature of the resort is the stunning three-pool complex with spectacular views.
At the Kids' Club bure even the youngest guests can have fun while learning about Fijian culture and the local environment, including the island's renowned turtle breeding program. The resort also features a sophisticated restaurant and bar, stunning wedding chapel, and a variety of leisure and cultural activities. Treasure Island provides a 'meetand-greet' service at Nadi International Airport and, thanks to its close proximity to the main island, also offers an after-hours speed boat transfer to allow international visitors to commence their holiday the same day they arrive.
This accommodation provider has taken action to address one or more issues (whether environmental, social or cultural) which will contribute positively to the long term viability of the destination and hence their site displays a Caring for the destination rating.
Main area of focus in Caring for the Destination:
Treasure Island Resort has been running successful breeding programs for rare and endangered species and also the preservation of the marine ecosystem around the island.
Detailed description of the Caring for the Destination Initiative:
The resort’ is a protected marine reserve and some of the species now being reintroduced include giant clams, triton snails and coral gardens. Being located within a protected marine reserve has seen the increase in number of marine species and also the reintroduction of giant slams and triton snails. You can swim among more than 20 species of reef fish including the colourful parrot-fish, angel-fish and coral trout. Take part in escorted snorkelling tours to “coral tables” where you can “plant” new coral.
In January of every year, guests of Treasure Island have the opportunity to tag and release endangered Hawksbill turtles. The turtles have been fed and monitored from the moment they hatch until they have enough strength to be released back into the ocean.
A popular Kids’ Club activity is to feed Hibiscus flowers to the rare Crested Iguanas which have been successfully nesting and breeding on Treasure Island.
The endangered flightless Banded Rail was introduced on the island in the late 90’s and has since grown in numbers. Although normally very shy the birds have become very cheeky and it’s not uncommon for them to hop right into your bure or take a splash in your foot bath outside.