About Treasure

A Small Coral and Sand Cay located in the middle of a beautiful marine sanctuary that is easily accessible from the mainland, Treasure Island is a TRUELY relaxing, Locally owned 4 Star Fijian Tropical Island gateway for Honeymooners, Couples, Families & Truely Romantics.

Our Location
The republic of Fiji consists of more than 300 islands. Treasure Island is a 14.5 acre (5.87 Ha.) white coral and sand fringed atoll, surrounded by a protected marine reserve.

Located in a natural marine park in the Mamanuca Islands, Treasure Island is the closest island resort to Nadi International Airport, which service direct flights to International destinations including Los Angeles, Honolulu, Tokyo and Vancouver.

The Resort
The Resort is an icon to Fiji established in 1972. Unlike most other Island Resorts, Treasure covers the entire island. The Island is owned by the Tokatoka Nakelo, a family group of Vuda, and has been leased for 99 years by Treasure Island Resort which is owned by their company; Nakelo Limited & Hunts Investments Limited.

A detailed map of the island and all its facilities is available for your viewing.

Eco-Friendly Resort
Treasure Island prides itself on being eco-friendly. The Island is mainly, because of this policy, free of mosquitoes and flies. Treasure Island was the first marine sanctuary in the Mamanuca's– for this reason, there is an abundance of marine life and coral growth surrounding the island. There are rare (endangered) banded rails, parrots, white-eyes, honey suckers, herons, iguanas, nesting turtles on the island and geckos. The geckos live on spiders and various insects, which provide some balance to the environment that introduces our guests to the miniature eco-system on the island. Treasure Island is the only Resort in the Mamanuca’s that has a fresh water supply direct from the mainland.

The Reef
In order to preserve the integrity of the reef for future generations, we have declared it to be a total sanctuary. Therefore fishing and collection of living shells and coral are prohibited within 400 metres from the shoreline.