spa resorts in the mamanuca islands© Likuliku Lagoon Resort
spa resorts in the mamanuca islands

10 Best Spa Resorts in the Mamanuca Islands

© Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Where to Stay in the Mamanuca Islands for the Best Spa Treatments

Sparkling crystal clear waters, islands fringed with white sand and topped with swaying palms, warm and soothing weather… The Mamanuca Islands make a damn fine destination for a spa vacation in Fiji, and the resorts certainly know this. Many of the resorts in the Mamanuca Islands have their own hideaway spa which is central to their island holiday experience. We’ll go through all your best options for spa resorts in the Mamanuca Islands right here.

While you’re here, don’t miss our Adult-Only Guide to the Mamanuca Islands, as well as our Luxury Guide to the Mamanuca Islands.

1. Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island

Home to the Mamanuca Island’s largest day spa, the Tokoriki Retreat Spa at the Sheraton Resort is a must for a bit of indulgence. The spa specialises in traditional Fijian rituals accompanied by essential oils made from local ingredients. As for accommodation, the Sheraton Resort offers five-star luxury rooms for all holidaymakers, from couples to families. Learn more about it in our 10 Best Spas in the Mamanuca Islands.

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2. Mana Island Resort & Spa

Mana Island Resort is a fabulous Fiji destination for all types of traveller. But when you’re looking for romance or a bit of serenity, the Mana Spa is the place to go. Unwind with the many different treatment rooms, such as the couples spa suite with a plunge pool, day bed bure and shower bure. The resort is also a popular destination for cultural experiences and family holidays.

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3. VOMO Island Resort

The award-winning spa at the VOMO Island Resort has a treatment for everyone, even for kids! This luxury private island makes sure all your needs are catered to, especially with their luxurious spa treatments on offer. Find out more in our 10 Best Spas in Fiji. You will not be disappointed by the other services also available from the Kids Village to the stunning walks around this private island.

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4. Tadrai Island Resort

It doesn’t get more five-star than at the Wai Siliva Spa at the Tadrai Island Resort. The spa at the adult-only luxury resort will take you wherever you want to go on the 60-acre (25ha) island. Beach massage, a reef massage at mid-tide, your own villa… You name it! The resort only has five beachfront villas, so you’re in for a peaceful stay in paradise.

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5. Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Choose your serenity setting: an overwater bure, a garden bure, oceanfront bure or tropical forest bure? Wherever you stay, you’ll have access to the stunning Tatadra Spa at the  Likuliku Lagoon Resort. Set on the hillside of the island, the Tatadra Spa has a generous offering of treatments from Fijian rituals to beauty treatments to classics like the hot stone massage.

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6. Matamanoa Island Resort

It all starts with a complimentary foot spa ritual to ease you into relaxation at Veidomoni Spa. Operated by the award-winning Senikai Spa Fiji, the Veidomoni Spa on Matamanoa Island provides a serene setting of lush tropical forest. In between spa treatments, treat yourself to the generous offering of complimentary land and water activities also available at this adult-only resort in the Mamanucas.

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7. Tropica Island Resort

Known for its stunning holiday environment for couples, it would be a shame to miss the couples’ massages at the Tropica Day Spa of the Tropica Island Resort. One of the highlights offered is a traditional Fijian Bobo massage used on the islands of Fiji for hundreds of years. When choosing your room, take a look at the Sanctuary Pool Suite complete with a private pool.

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8. Tokoriki Island Resort

If you’re looking for pure luxury then set your sights on the five-star Tokoriki Island Resort and its Tokoriki Island Spa. Their unique treatment bures decorated with volcanic rock walls of gently tumbling water will transport you a million miles from modern-day stresses. This adults-only retreat is also a fantastic base for scuba diving, fishing and private beach picnics.

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9. Malolo Island Resort

Lailani’s Spa is always a relaxing escape at the Malolo Island Resort. While the little ones are at the kids’ club, the spa is a popular retreat for parents. Lailani’s Spa has three treatment bures where therapists use natural Pure Fiji products to add to the soothing experience. The spa is a great addition to the popular island resort which has something for everyone.

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10. Musket Cove Island Resort

Last but certainly not least, the Musket Cove Island Resort is well worth considering for a spa vacation in Fiji. Situated among tropical gardens, the Makare Wellness Spa has five treatment bures, an outdoor shower and a relaxation bure. As for accommodation, you have a range of stylish and spacious villas and bures to choose from, even some hanging over the edge of a waterway.

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Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Fiji. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Fiji’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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