Tropica Island Resort is a 4 star boutique resort located in the beautiful Mamanuca group of islands and created especially for adults. Blending Fijian and contemporary architecture with beautifully landscaped open spaces, dotted with tranquil fish ponds and water features. Tropica Island Resort is purpose designed as the quintessential place to relax and unwind.
RESORT ROOM - The 14 resort rooms are set amongst lush tropical gardens and are both contemporary and modern. The rooms include ensuite bathroom, king sized bed (or 2 king singles), air-conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities and hair dryer. The resort rooms are ideally suited to a couple or twin share.
BEACHFRONT BURE - Wake to the sounds of water lapping on the beach in one of our traditional beachfront bures (12 in all). Spacious and modern, the bures are luxuriously appointed with handcrafted furniture, blending both contemporary island style with Fijian architecture. All bures are free standing with outdoor river-rock showers and private balconies. All bures are equipped with air-conditioning, ceiling fans, tea/coffee making facilities, mini fridges, hair dryers, iron and ironing board.
BEACHFRONT SUITE - Spoil yourself in a luxurious duplex beachfront suite (4 in all) designed for those that like more space. Light-filled open plan interiors see an expansive bedroom, lounge area, large walk in robe and modern appointed bathroom. The beachfront suites come with all the modern features of the beachfront bure and hand crafted Fijian furnishings including outdoor river-rock showers and private balconies. All beachfront suites offer the standard room amenities befitting a 4 star resort including an ipod docking station.
Guests may also enjoy complimentary use of all non-motorised activities such as kayaks, stand up paddle boarding, windsurfing and snorkelling equipment. Other activities include beach volleyball, hiking, beach petanque (boules), crab racing, herbal medicinal walks and nightly cultural entertainment. Enjoy cultural activities such as basket and hat weaving, sulu tying, coconut husking, kava ceremonies and village visits.