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Hostel Specific Terms & Conditions

The remainder of the amount due will be charged to your credit card ???? Should numbers or room selection change, the per person deposit times the number of people who actually travelled will be deducted from the total accommodation charge levvied by the hostel.

The following group types are not accepted by this hostel: Holiday with Friends, Junior / Primary School, High / Secondary School, College / University, Business Trip, Stag/Hen/Bachelor Party, Sports Group, Cultural Group If you have misrepresented the type of group you are booking for, your booking may be cancelled by the hostel."

Any cancellations resulting from agreement to these terms and conditions under false pretences will result in loss of deposit.

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8.1
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
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Property Description

3 time winner of Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards - Best Budget Accommodation and Hostel Worlds Best Hostel in Fiji 2016

Whether you want to kick back and relax with a good book, or keep yourself busy with a host of activities, Mantaray Island Resort offers the perfect mix.

Tag along on a guided snorkelling or kayak trip, or grab some gear and go it alone. If you prefer to keep your feet dry we offer island treks, Fijian arts and crafts and trips to the near by village to meet the locals, visit the school, and hang out and make some new friends.

Manta ray frequent the marine reserve in front of the resort between May and October, and can often be observed from the beach or main bure. Swim with the Manta ray trips operate everyday throughout the season.

The resort is also home to a world class diving operation. We offer a range of options from introductory dives to instructor courses. Whether you are a seasoned professional or a first time diver, we'll take you to some of the most spectacular dive sites you're likely to encounter anywhere in the world!
Mantaray is Fiji's only accredited Free-Diving school. Learn to free-dive to depths of between 10 - 20m on a single breathe and take your under water experience to a whole new level (or depth as the case may be!)

Our environmentally friendly Eco-lodge offers a wide range of fan cooled accommodation including secluded ensuite doubles and twins and shared facility doubles, twins and and a fully air conditioned dorm.

Mantaray Island Resort offers arguably the best food of any budget resort in Fiji. Our executive chef prepares a wide range of local, European and Asian dishes using locally caught fish and only the freshest produce. Fresh tropical fruit is always a feature. We have a compulsory meal plan which is Fijian FJ$119 per person per day including continental breakfast, lunch and dinner.

To round of the day, jump on our world famous sunset tube cruise and watch the sun dip below the ocean while sipping on your favourite drink and listening to some cranking tunes. Back at the bar our friendly staff are happy to show off their repertoire of refreshing tropical cocktails as you relax, watch the setting sun, and settle in for the evenings entertainment.

Key features; Two beautiful palm fringed white sand beaches, Marine reserve, Mantaray (seasonal), Snorkelling, Kayaking, Volley ball, Island treks, Village visits, Fijian handicrafts, Scuba Diving, Fiji's only free-diving school, Relaxing in hammocks, Fantastic meals, Friendly service., Nightly entertainment, Mekes (traditional dance), Kava ceremonies. View House Rules

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Reviews & Ratings

  • Value For Money 6.6

  • Security 7.9

  • Location 9.2

  • Staff 8.6

  • Atmosphere 8.3

  • Cleanliness 8.3

  • Facilities 7.7


Latest Reviews

  • 10.0

    Superb

    10 Sep 2019
    Fantastic place! Great atmosphere and the staff are the most lovely people! Food was great too!
    England, Female, 25-30
  • 10.0

    Superb

    08 Aug 2019
    Fantastic middle of the road resort. The staff was amazing and accommodations were beautiful. Good food and drinks. Activities were a bit of a circus but we had fun. Snorkeling right off the beach in front of our Jungle Bure was amazing. We will definitely stay again.
    USA, Couple, 31-40
  • 9.7

    Superb

    20 Sep 2019
    The staff is really nice. They do all their best for us, very good ambiance. I recommend that place.
    France, Female, 31-40
  • 9.1

    Superb

    11 Jul 2019
    Dorm better than expected. Resort embedded in somewhat of a jungle. Feels nice. I can't really say anything super bad, we had a nice time, but it was not superb. I guess if we had paid a little less, it would have been more accurate. Staff was nice but they definitely need more training on how to run a restaurant. Toilets are really not as bad as people say! Shower outdoors but warm. I'd say it is right between a backpackers and a high-end resort.
    Austria, Couple, 25-30
  • 8.9

    Fabulous

    14 Aug 2019
    Lovely stay, friendly atmosphere and good facilities, however often slow on food services. Be prepared to spend some money - rather pricey.
    England, Couple, 18-24
  • 8.9

    Fabulous

    22 Jun 2019
    Location is just fantastic - small island to walk around at low tide, 10min walk to the peak for amazing sunrises and sunsets over the islands, 3 beaches to choose from (all quiet), the reef right off the beach is protected and is remarkably healthy and full of life. Very friendly dorm. I travelled solo and met new groups every night from all around the world and they made my trips. Activities are fantastic, free kayaking across the bay, pay 1x for snorkelling and thats it. And MANTA RAYS!
    England, Male, 18-24
  • 6.9

    Good

    15 Aug 2019
    The resort is fine, just agree with other reviews it’s really not great value for money. Nothing hugely wrong, just you can find better places in the Yasawas for the same or cheaper price. The dorm is very big and beds not so comfy. Seeing the Mantarays was incredible but cost $65 FJD extra which was a lot. And other resorts offer trips to see the Mantarays too (with a slaughter longer boat ride). Wish we had stayed there instead!
    New Zealand, Female, 18-24
  • 6.3

    Good

    28 Jun 2019
    This hostel is more for families and couples, not for young backpackers who wanna party and meet new people... The food there is very overpriced compared to other resorts at the Yasawas (120$ per day) And the only reason to go there is snorkeling and watching the mantas (although it’s cost 65$ 🤦‍♂️) Won’t recommend.
    Israel, Male, 18-24
  • 5.7

    Rating

    07 Sep 2019
    Food was not the greatest compared to the other three islands I stayed at in the Yasawa’s. The price was the same at 119 Fiji. The dorms are also huge 32 beds at least, and cost the same as a 7-8 person on other islands. The Manta Rays are found close to hear but other resorts have trips here as well. The toilets are drop toilets and smell very badly, other resorts have flush. I went for free diving, was told i was good to go, no one there to teach. Stay somewhere else.
    USA, Female, 31-40
  • 5.4

    Rating

    19 Jul 2019
    The Dorm was better than expected however the 119$ meal plan was severely overpriced for the amount and quality of food you got in comparison to other Yasawa islands. The toilets were located a 5 min unlit walk from the dorm which was a bit dangerous at nighttime especially when it had rained. Snorkelling with the Mantarays was supposed to be our highlight instead it felt very overcrowded around 60 people in the water chasing 2 mantas. Much nicer locations in the yasawas, Wouldn’t recommend.
    England, Female, 18-24
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Facilities

Free
  • Linen Included
General
  • Cable TV
Services
  • Tours/Travel Desk
  • Towels for hire
Food & Drink
  • Bar
  • Restaurant


Awards

  • 2017

    1st, Country Winners Fiji

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