I recently stayed at Mana Island resort with my husband, three young kids, and my sister and her family. We shared a garden bure and had an idyllic experience. Everything was clean, smelled lovely, and was decorated with a pretty flower.
The staff was friendly and helpful in each department. We ate mostly at the buffet, where the food was good and we were able to find food for a range of diets and levels of pickiness of our kids. The waitstaff was welcoming and patient with the kids.
We had two disappointments on this holiday. First, our flight arrived from North America after the last boat had sailed for Mana, but we had no way of making arrangements. When we realized this at the Nadi airport, we were mobbed by all sorts of people looking to take advantage of the situation and sell us transportation at an inflated cost. We also realized that our flight home at the end of the week was before the first boat back to the main island, so we ended up leaving the resort a day early to stay closer to the airport. We wish we had known about the limited transit options when we booked our flights/hotel nights: we ended up paying for and losing two paid nights at Mana!!!
The second disappointment was that many of the resort-organized activities (volleyball games, jet skis) just got canceled without notice. It was annoying.
Luckily we made our own fun by exploring the island, swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, and enjoying each other's company.
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