Mana Island

Mana Island lies off the southwest coast of the North Island of New Zealand, in Tasman Sea. The island is 3 km long with the cliffs along the coast. The island's name is an abbreviation of Te Mana o Kupe, "the mana of Kupe."

Mana Island is an extensive resort with three separate beach areas, crystal clear waters, palms and numerous bars and lounges. It is spruced with rolling soft grass hills and mountainsides offering robust hiking to those in search of adventure.

Being a perfect romantic getaway for two, or a beach holiday with the whole family, Mana Island offers an extensive range of accommodation that suits all needs. Honeymooners can choose the secluded honeymoon bures or bungalows on the beach, each with a private open air spa bath. The spacious ocean front suites are perfect for families.

Mana Island Resort provides various types of land and water activities: encounter with sharks, an unforgettable experience of Fijian culture, relaxing in the pool, or meditation. On the lagoon side you can enjoy snorkelling and a range of great watersport activities. It is also possible to have a trip on the semi-submersible vessel to view the amazing fish life and coral as well as explore the reefs of the lagoon.

With numerous choices of restaurants and bars, there is always something to fit any taste. Here, you can enjoy a range of refreshing cocktail and delicious Fijian cuisine.

Mana Island offers you the choice to create your own day in Paradise and do whatever you want l or do absolutely nothing at all!

This post is taken from www.DreaCoasts.com

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