Mana is a 300 acre island in the Mamanuca group just west of
Nadi International Airport. It is 12 minutes flying time out of Nadi Airport
or 90 minutes cruise from Denarau Marina among the neighbouring islands. Mana
is surrounded by white sand beaches, live coral reefs and clear waters.
The facility is located between two typical beaches found in the Mamanuca Group, always offering a "sheltered" side for marine and beach enjoyment.
Guests on Mana can enjoy several un-crowded beaches with white
sand that stretch for 500 metres and more. South Beach is where the major playground
is located, whilst the North Beach is quieter. Sunset Beach is secluded and
popular among sunbathers.
A typical Fijian village consists of a number of bures. From the chiefly bure to the commoner bure, all these thatched structures are simple yet elegant in design and stature. Each bure in the village is a large one room villa, housing the kitchen, dining room, living room and bedroom without any partitioning walls. Bures in a Fijian village are so spaced that 'though they seem very close to each other, each maintains a sense of individuality and privacy. The word 'bure' is both intimate and homely when used in everyday conversations among Fijians.
Mana Island, Fiji
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