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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.


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.

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.


Ocean View Bure

All within 30 metres of the white sandy beach, 66 bures, fully air-conditioned and thoroughly modern and traditionally styled to leave you with a wonderful memory of your South Pacific stay.

Close to the beach, each bure is interconnected but cleverly arranged for maximum privacy. Surrounded by lush tropical vegetation and palms, each bure offers ocean views so glorious they’ll remain etched on your mind forever. All bures have a private balcony with outdoor table and chairs, sun loungers and hammock. Generously sized rooms offer real luxury with a contemporary range of private facilities. Each bure contains room enough for three adults or two adults and two children, with a deluxe King size bed plus a single daybed, with crisp, quality linens.

En suite bathrooms have piped water, hot and cold showers, toiletries and hairdryers. One bure has been modified to be wheelchair friendly. All bures are fitted with air-conditioners, fans and a mini fridge. A mini bar is available upon request from Reception. Percolated coffee and tea making facilities will be found in each bure.

Fun on Treasure

As the sun sets on the Pacific, the sounds of music on Treasure Island invite you to choose your form of entertainment for the evening. Soft island melodies entice you to fine wining and dining, dancing and romancing in intimate style.

Monday – At 6.30 pm join us in a traditional Kava ’Yaqona’ ceremony, then share a bowl with us. Followed by our management cocktail party with free drinks and nibbles. Our Fijian Meke performance begins at 8.00 pm with traditional Fijian song & dance.

Tuesday – Fancy Hat & Novelty dance competitions followed by Music & Dancing to the sounds of our live resident band.

Wednesday – Our International Crab Race competition begins at 9.00 pm. Crabs are auctioned individually with the highest bidder buying the crab. Many wonderful cash prizes to be won for first, second and third place winners.

Thursday – Our International Night followed by a thrilling Polynesian Hula Dancing & Fire Dancing Floor Show at 9.00 pm.

Friday – Fancy Hat competition & International night – Share a joke or sing a song with us.

Saturday – BBQ Buffet night.

Sunday – BBQ Lunch. There is dancing and competitions until midnight and Movies in the games room.

Games Room

Pool Table, Table Tennis, Board Games, Videos and DVD Movies (Sky TV at Bar) are all located in the Games Room open 24 hours a day.

Mini Golf

Test you putting skills on our 12 hole Putt Putt golf course. Clubs and balls are free, available at the Marine Shop.

Tennis Court

A full sized 1st class Tennis Court with lighting is available any time of the day until 9.00 pm. Racquets and balls are provided free of charge for guest use. Tennis shoes are required.


Each evening at 5.00 pm the staff play ‘The rest of the world’. Join in, it’s great fun!


For those intending to keep ‘fit’ we have a fully equipped gym for daily workouts. Please enquire at Reception.

Fresh Water Pool

Please note that the pool is not attended. Parents are responsible for children in the pool area at all times. Pool depth is 1.3 metres. Pool closes at 7.00 pm.

Other Activities

Including Basket Weaving, Hat Weaving, Wood Carving, Fijian Language Lesson, Marinated Fish Lessons, Medicinal Plant Inspection and Coconut Husking. Please see the blackboard for daily listing of events and activities.



Hawks Bill Sea Turtles

An endangered species, the Green Sea Turtle are bred in captivity on Treasure Island and are housed in a Turtle Pond for a period of 12 months to protect them from natural predators. Treasure Island and the local Fisheries Department have a program to protect these species, and when they are mature enough to survive in the wild, they are tagged and released. The turtles lay eggs only every three years.

In early March 2002, a very surprised guest in Bure 56 reported seeing 200 recently hatched baby turtles making their way across the front of their bure towards the beach!

Fiji Crested Iguana

This very rare iguana is only found on a few small islands in the Fiji group, indigenous only to Yaduataba Island off Vanua Levu, and is an endangered species with only 6,000 around the world. Recently introduced to Treasure Island are 8 Crested Iguana, five male and two females ‘Priscilla’ and ‘Biannca’ recently gave birth on the island. The iguana feed on the natural flora and fauna of Treasure including hibiscus, tropical fruits and have the unique ability to change colour when aroused and they are the only species of their kind. You can find the Iguana sanctuary located next to the turtle pond

Banded Rails

The endangered flightless Banded Rail was introduced to Treasure Island 10 years ago. A shy secretive bird similar in nature to the quail has become very friendly to guests staying on Treasure. You will see these birds ducking in and out of the bushes outside your bure. The Banded Rail are now in abundance and have become very cheeky. In some cases they will hop right into your bure or take a splash in your foot-bath outside!


Commonly known as the ‘Voracious Gecko’ these small lizards are cute, friendly and totally harmless. Geckos are highly valued as they eat spiders and small insects including spiders and mosquitoes. The more the merrier! The gecko was introduced to certain islands of the South Pacific Ocean by accident, due to human immigration and commerce. The species was apparently carried unknowingly aboard the sailing crafts of early Pacific settlers. Geckos with their sticky webbed feet have an extraordinary ability to ’stick’ to any surface and you may find them climbing the walls and ceiling of your bure and nearby trees. The gecko is arboreal and secretive and if your lucky you will hear them singing during the night time.

Treasures Of The Sea

The island of Treasure is a living sanctuary and protected marine reserve, you will see an abundance of aquatic and marine life in their natural habitat. The Marine boys are putting together an underwater snorkeling trail. Keep an eye out for the new coral growths that are appearing around the island and over 20 species of reef fish including the colourful parrot-fish, angel-fish, coral trout, barracuda, sweet lips, trevally, emperor, surgeon, unicorn, starfish and blue spotted stingray. For the fishing enthusiast, a deep sea fishing expedition can be arranged and our kitchen staff is happy to freshly cook your catch to your liking that evening.

General Information


Baby sitting services are provided by our housemaids and can be booked at Reception at a cost payable to the Sitter.

Beauty Therapy Spa

A Beauty Therapy Spa is now operating at the resort for your convenience. Specialising in facial massages, manicures, body massages & body waxing.


Our boutique stocks a large range of top quality items such as Treasure Island sulu’s, shorts, t-shirts, vests, thongs, caps, swimming wear and handicrafts. We also carry other items for your convenience ranging from souvenirs, suntan lotions, toiletries, books & magazines, sunglasses, snacks, ice-creams and soft drinks.

Bure Amenities

Generously sized rooms with a contemporary range of private facilities – deluxe beds with crisp, quality linens and net curtains, air-conditioning, mini refrigerator, freshly piped mainland water, en suite bathroom with hot and cold showers, hair dryers, mini bar (you order, we deliver) and percolated coffee and tea making facilities.

Charge Facilities

All facilities and services on the Resort can be charged to your master account. We suggest that it is much easier if you only have the one account to settle prior to departure. Credit cards accepted are VISA, MASTERCARD, JCB and AMEX.


Our check in time is 12.00 pm and check out time is 10.00 am. If you require a late check out, this is available until 4.00 pm at a cost of F$165 per bure and is subject to availability.


The climate is warm to hot sunny days all year round. Totally casual and ‘barefoot on the beach’ most of the time – for Dinner please wear a shirt. But there is excellent fine dining for you to dress for the occasion.

Email and Internet

For your local and international email & internet access, a station is located adjacent to Reception with 256KB/s Leased Line access to the Internet and is available from 9.00 am to 9.00 pm daily. Wireless internet facility is also available at selected locations on the island so you can use your own laptops. (Hotspot zone is around the swimming pool area, parts of Bar area, front office foyer and on the beach guest waiting area). This services are charged by the following rates: $10 = 1hr, $20 = 2hrs & $25 = 3hrs.

Fans and Air Conditioning

Fitted with fans, guest bures are also fully air-conditioned. It is recommended that you keep bure doors closed when running air-conditioners and switch off your air-conditioners when you are not in the bure.

Ice Machines

Ice machines for guest use are located in each of the two laundry bures.

Laundry and Ironing

Use of the laundry facilities is free to all guests. Laundry facilities are located on both sides of the Resort, in front of bure 20 & 56. Staff will do laundry for you for a small fee.

Medical Clinic

Treasure Island has a well appointed medical centre, with a fully trained nurse in attendance for treatment of guest needs e.g. treatment of cuts, sunburns, minor injuries & prescriptions. Small charge applies for consultations and medicine. Opening Hours 9.00 am to 4.00 pm, also available 24 hours for emergency treatment.

Newspapers and Magazines

A wide range of newspapers & magazines is located in a book rack next to the PRO desk.

Resort Chapel

A chapel is on the Resort for guest use. A regular Christian service is held every Sunday at 5.30 pm, we welcome you all to attend.

Safety Deposit Box

Safety deposit facilities are available free at Reception.

Telephones and Faxes

Local and overseas calls can be made from reception. Facsimile and secretarial services are readily available. Digital mobile phones operate normally.

Kids Club

Your ocean view bure on this dream island is only 17 km from Nadi airport. Children disappear with staff and new found friends, to be entertained and stimulated by a variety of childrens activities, from crab hunting to Fijian story telling.

The island is so compact that children can explore without any worries, especially when they discover baby turtles and iguanas. The island is a natural marine reserve and the coral and tropical fish are only metres from the shore, easily viewed, even for littlies. This is a perfect place to learn to snorkel.

All children from 3 years upwards will enjoy the supervised organised activities on a daily basis. Water sports, mini golf, volleyball, spear throwing, dancing, competitions and many games will ensure they are tired but happy at the end of the day.

The swimming pool, has a water jet that provides hours of fun from the adjacent kids pool.

All adjoining bures have interconnecting doors that extends the family combinations possible.

Registration at the Kids Club begins at 9.30 am with lunch at 12.00 pm and dinner at 5.30 pm.

From the age of 3, children can enjoy a typical day like this:

  • Coral Viewing Trip
  • Fijian Language Lessons
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Catch & Throw
  • Time for a splash in the pool
  • Lunch break
  • Treasure Hunt
  • Basket Weaving / Decorating
  • Tips & Tags
  • Meke Practice / Fijian Songs
  • Snorkeling trips, coral viewing, shell collecting, fish feeding
  • Night activities

There is no charge for up to two (2) children under 12 years sharing the same room with parents. This applies to accommodation only and does not include other chargeable Resort facilities and services including food, beverage, motorised water sports etc. For children’s meals outside children’s dinner time, half portion at half price of the a la carte menu.

Restaurant and Bar

Mouth watering food in an exquisite natural setting, all the rich treasures of the South Seas are harvested to create an international a la carte menu that is available each day.

Dining on Treasure Island is renowned as the resort invites guest chefs from some of Australia’s leading restaurants to spend time on the island introducing the latest cuisine to the staff.

The menu varies each night and includes a traditional lovo feast, barbeque and a la carte with European and local dishes. The resort has also introduced Flambe Tableside cooking in the Ganilau Restaurant.

Your choice of dining location includes the Main Elevuka Restaurant, Candlelight Dinners in the Sunset Bure, Banquets on the Beach, Poolside Dining and our Flambe Restaurant.

Elevuka Restaurant

The magnificent high ceilinged, solidly constructed main bure houses the Elevuka Restaurant, the Takia Bar, as well as the dance area where the band plays every night. Casually elegant, the tropical dining room serves mouth-watering delights harvested from the South Seas on its international a la carte menu. Tempting alternatives include weekly beach banquets and barbecues, lovo feasts, mongolian buffets and the spectacle of tableside flambe.

Opening Hours:

  • Breakfast 7.00 am – 10.00 am
  • Lunch 12 noon – 2.00 pm
  • Light Snacks 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
  • Dinner 7.00 pm – 9.30 pm
  • Buffet Night 7.00 pm – 9.30 pm
  • Childrens Dinner 5.30 pm – 6.30 pm


A magnificent range of taste sensations beg to be sampled from an appetising traditional Lovo (underground stone fire) feast on Monday Nights, International Buffet on Thursday Night and succulent barbecue buffet on Saturday Night. Enjoy a selected variety of menus to suit your taste buds. From succulent Braised Lamb Shank to our tasty Seafood pot, You can be assured of its satisfaction. For dinner we recommend you reserve a table of your preference with our Restaurant Supervisor on duty.


Spectacular table-cooked flambes are available in Ganilau Restaurant. Open 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm.

Romantic Candlelight Dinner

Enjoy an intimate dinner for two by candlelight in the very special Sunset Bure. A bottle of champagne is included with a 4 course meal from our a la carte menu.

Beach Banquet

Enjoy a memorable night under the stars with a sumptuous seafood banquet on the beach and music by our serenades. Subject to a minimum of 20 people and weather permitting.

Children’s Menu

A bright, nourishing and imaginative children’s menu is available throughout the day. At 5.30 pm each evening they are whisked away by our trained staff for a special ‘Children’s Hour’ evening meal. Or you may choose to have them join you for an adult dinner. Children under 2 years eat free.

Meal Plan

Full breakfast, lunch & full a la carte dinner or buffet F$93.75 VIP per person
Children 3-11 years F$46.75 VIP per child.
Full breakfast or lunch & full a la carte dinner F$76.50 per person
Children 3-11 years F$39.35 VIP per child.

Ganilau Flambe Restaurant – prices based on the menu cost. Those on the meal plan incur a F$20 VIP surcharge per person.

Sunset Bure Candlelight Dinner – F$180 VIP per couple not on the meal plan. Those on the meal plan incur a F$30 VIP surcharge per person.

Beach Banquet or Lovo – F$48 VIP per person and a minimum of 20 people.

Seafood Banquet – F$80 VIP per person and a minimum of 20 people.

Picnic Hampers

Delicious Picnic Hampers brimming with lunchtime goodies are (which may also include a ottle of Champagne on request) are available for you to take on planned trips to the nearby Sand Bank or Bounty Island. Ask your friendly waitress to assist you with this.

The Takia Bar

Open from early morning at 8.00 am until after midnight. Here, you’ll find all your favourite drinks and our staff conversant with most popular South Pacific Cocktails. Happy Hour with all drinks half price is held every night between 6.00 pm and 7.00 pm. Cocktail lessons and demonstrations are held in the Takia Bar at 10.30am on Wednesdays and Sundays.


Treasure Island is just 30 minutes by launch transfer from Denerau Marina and Vuda Point Marina or 8 minutes transfer by helicopter from Nadi International Airport. Transfers from Nadi International Airport to both Vuda and Denerau Marina take approximately 20 minutes.

Treasure Island High Speed Transfer Boat

Treasure and Bounty Islands have a new high speed transfer boat ‘Tui Eluvuka’ that ensures a scheduled daily service. Departures from Vuda Marina are 7.30am and 4.30pm with on-request times at 7.00pm and 9.30pm. Return transfers from Treasure Island/Bounty Island back to the Vuda Marina are 6.30am and 3.00pm. The highly stable trimaran is fully surveyed with GPS and radar enabling it to operate safely both day and night and is registered to government standards. It can carry eighteen passengers with luggage or thirty for shopping or sightseeing excursions away from Treasure or Bounty Island and for trips between the islands that lay within a protected marine sanctuary. It operates out of Vuda Marina just 15 minutes north of Nadi International Airport by air conditioned coach taking only 15 minutes from there to Bounty Island and 25 minutes to Treasure Island. We can arrange to meet and greet you at the airport off any flight and will organise your land transfers from Nadi Airport to Vuda Marina to connect with the Treasure Island Speed boat.

By Launch Transfer from Denerau Marina

Regular services operate daily to and from Treasure Island taking between 30 minutes and 2 hours.

South Sea Cruises “TIGER IV” 27 metre fast cat

Departs Denerau at 9.00 am, 12.15 pm & 3.15 pm
Departs Treasure at 9.45 am, 1.00 pm & 5.20 pm

Beachcomber Cruises “DRODROLAGI”, 18 metre twin hulled fast cat

Departs Denerau at 9.00 am & 12.00 pm
Departs Treasure at 11.30 am & 4.30 pm.

By Helicopter

Island Hoppers provide an on demand service from Nadi Airport to Treasure Island. Taking just 8 minutes from pick-up to set down, this service operates daily, but only between sunrise and sunset. Helicopters will only take to the air with two or more passengers. There is a luggage limit of 15 kilograms per passenger. Cost per person, one way is F$200.00.

Water Sports Activities

Free Activities

Include Coral Viewing Trips, Hand-line Fishing Trips and Snorkeling. All non motorised water sports activities are free including Wind Surfing, Canoes, Kayaks, Sailing Boats & Paddle Boats.

Snorkeling Trip

Take a trip to nearby Bounty Island for shell collecting and snorkeling, held at 9.00 am on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday and 2.00 pm on Tuesday and Thursday. Mask, Snorkel and Flippers can be obtained free from the Marine Shop.

Beachcomber Trip

Scheduled trips to neighboring Beachcomber for an hour, are available every Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sundays.

Island Hopping Trip

It’s a chance to visit these beautiful neighbouring island resorts in the Mamanuca region, including Plantation, Musket Cove, Malolo, Castaway and Mana – stopping half an hour in every resort.

We can also arrange Bounty Island Daytrips or Sandbank Day Cruise, Island Sightseeing by Helicopter or Seaplane and Shopping trips to Lautoka.

Sea Safari Trip

Come and visit the beautiful village of Viseisei, home of the Nakelo people, where our forefathers landed on Fijian shores in the early days of settlement. See the monument of Christian missionaries that landed in Fiji, visit the shell markets and cruise along to Bounty Island for some lunch & snorkeling.

Hand line Fishing Trip

Morning trips between 6.30 am and 8.30 am on Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday. These trips are also free of charge.

Deep Sea Fishing and Trawling

This can be arranged early morning or evening, half day and even full day fishing. Bookings can either be made through our Marine Shop or with our Public Relations Officer. Costs F$140 per hour for a minimum of 3 hours.

Fish Feeding Trip

Come and join us hand feed our little friends on the reef. Afternoon trips on Sunday, Wednesday & Friday at 1.45 pm. This is free of charge, meet down at the Marine Shop.

Coral Viewing Trip

Explore the beauty of our oceans while relaxing on our glass bottom boats. Departing daily at 10.00 am.

Canoes, Hobie Cats and Windsurfing

Canoes, Wind Surfers, Spy Boards and Hobie Cats are provided free of charge by the Marine Shop for you to explore and enjoy the local environment.

Scuba Diving & Motorised Water-Sports

Scuba Diving facilities, beginner and advanced courses, day & night reef & wreck dives are all arranged through the island’s P.A.D.I Dive Shop. If you are a beginner you may wish to take part in a ‘Discover Scuba’ program, while the more experienced can join a shark feeding dive. The Fiji Islands provides all the diving attractions you can imagine.

Our resident Dive Shop, Subsurface Diving also provides a range of motorised watersports for your enjoyment that includes:

  • Para Flying
  • Jet Skis
  • Water Skiing
  • Knee Boarding
  • Giant Toboggons


We Love Weddings…

…here, on the most romantic island in the South Pacific. Making that Big Day uniquely yours with a moving and memorable marriage ceremony is our specialty. All you need to do is choose your favourite location. We do the rest. And for your honeymoon – all the precious ingredients that will live forever in your minds are right here on Treasure Island.

Your Venue

Choose from a wealth of options that can include:

  • Sunset, sunrise or daytime ceremonies
  • Exquisite locations overlooking the ocean
  • Poolside or pagoda ceremonies
  • Making your vows in the island chapel

Your Wedding Package

We can arrange for:

  • The marriage license
  • Lovely bouquet and flowers
  • Champagne for two
  • The Minister / or Mariage Celebrant
  • The Wedding Cake
  • Fijian Wedding Costume
  • Singers to serenade you
  • Professional Photographer
  • Wedding Video Coverage
  • Fijian Warriors in costume
  • 10 member Fijian staff choir
  • Fijian Witnesses
  • Hairdresser / Masseurs
  • Transfer by Decorated Boat around the Island
  • Wedding Dinner Beach Banquet
  • Celebratory dinners are also a specialty

Your Honeymoon

You can have:

  • Gorgeous sunsets
  • Whispering palms
  • Moonlight on the ocean
  • Chilled Champagne
  • Starry, starry nights
  • Beautiful beaches
  • Soft, balmy nights
  • Romantic music
  • The privacy of your own luxurious oceanfront bure

We’ll also present you with a complimentary t-shirt and Treasure Island sulu. When booking your honeymoon, make sure to ask about candlelight dinners for two…picnics in the moonlight…the full service beauty spa…

Matt January 20, 2020

This info is out of date.

The catamaran boat hire is charged at $40 Fiji dollars

Even though it’s advertised as ‘non motorized free’


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