Mana Island Resort's best aspect, apart from the warm seas, balmy breezes, fantastic sunset and gorgeous location, is its staff. They are so friendly and welcoming and gracious is sharing their homeland with visitors. We travelled as a diverse family group of 20 for a wedding. Our group included a 90 yr old , a 17 month old, a young paraplegic man and an older man ill in a wheelchair. There was always some one to lift, carry, help and advice. Everyone was shown love and respect and such warmth.
The resort itself was a bit rundown in places, the paths not always wheelchair or pushchair friendly, but the location and facilities and staff catered for everyone.
Our group had various rooms around the resort, the best was where I stayed... Deluxe ocean view bure. A stand alone bure, spacious and cool with beautiful views and close to the beach . The island bures were hot and stuffy, no breezes or views.
The resort is spread out and you are never aware of being among a lot of people, except at the buffet!
The only negative I would have was the food in the buffet restaurant... It is to be avoided... Certainly not worth the money they charge.
Tastier and cheaper food was found at Ratu Kini's Backpackers just outside the resort on the South beach. We went there for all our meals, after one dinner and one breakfast at the resort.
Overall, a fabulous holiday and I would love to return one day.
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