Mantaray Island Resort TransfersRent a Mantaray Island Resort
There is only one shuttle per day.
There is only one shuttle per day. One-way transfers can also be directly reserved through our website. Flyer transfers can also be organized from Beachcomber, South Sea Island, Bounty Island and other islands within the Yasawa Islands. For schedules and fares for sailings from these islands, please do not hesitate to ask us and our kind personnel will be happy to arrange your transfers for you.
Seaplanes depart from the Nadi International Airport Domestic Terminal or from Wailoaloa, subject to airline operations availabilities. For more information about floatplanes, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
Manta Ray Island Resort ferry companies
The website is clear and simple to use. This website is clear and easily understandable. Employees found a reservation and sent me the e-mail again, I had not recieved the e-mail with the ticket/reference number detail. We' ll be using the ferry again. It is very simple to reserve.
Directly by ferry? Directly by ferry? The website is clear and simple to use. This website is clear and easily understandable. Employees found a reservation and sent me the e-mail again, I had not recieved the e-mail with the ticket/reference number detail. We' ll be using the ferry again.
It is very simple to reserve. The Denarau Manta Ray Island Resort sail time and rate may change from seasons to seasons, so we recommend a life scan for the latest information.
Fiji Mantaray Island Resort Flight Transfers
From May to October, visitors can get to know the marine life from which the Mantaray Island Resort gets its name (Mantaray tours run every day). Mantaray has the only Fiji Freediving Center in the world, and few other resort locations can pride themselves on 40 locations within 20 min. of your journey.
At Mantaray Island Sunset Tube Cruise, you can listen and relax with a cool beverage on the sea or paddle in a canoe. When you return to the island, the island has never seen so much interest: see funny shrimp races, see the fire around the campfire or admire the fire dances at a traditionally singing and dancing fun.
You can even take a cookery course and study the Fijian Kokoda tradition, where you can get the most out of the region's wide variety of delicious seafood. Make a day trip to Soso Town ( "the biggest of the Yasawas") and mix with some of the lovely locals, many of whom make up the spine and elixir of life at Mantaray Island Resort, a truly Fiji community event.