Tropica Island Resort

Star Rating :
5/5
Nestled into a private sheltered bay on beautiful Malolo Island, Tropica Island Resort offers breathtaking views over the nearby islands of Fiji’s sparkling Mamanucas. Tropica is an intimate, adults-only boutique resort that offers the perfect Pacific Islands getaway for couples celebrating a special occasion. If you’re seeking a babymoon or vow renewal, or simply some romance and rejuvenation, you couldn’t ask for a better spot to say au domoni iko — I love you.
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Accommodation at Tropica island Resort, Mamanuca Islands, Fiji.
Tropica Island Resort consistently ranks among the best adults-only resorts in the South Pacific. With just 24 stylishly appointed bures and suites, including our luxury Honeymoon Pool Bure, you’re guaranteed a rejuvenating experience at this favorite celebration spot, whether for weddings, honeymoons, or babymoons, vow renewals, or proposals. Our team adores it when love is in the air and will go out of their way to ensure your holiday memories last a lifetime.  Honeymoon Pool Bure | Sanctuary Pool Suite | Beachfront Bure | Beachfront Pool Bure
Food & Drink at Tropica island Resort, Mamanuca Islands, Fiji.
Tropica’s dedicated chefs serve up a wide range of local specialties made with regionally sourced, seasonal ingredients across our two restaurants and two bars. You can order off the a la carte menu, which changes frequently or choose to purchase a Full Board or Half Board Meal Plan.  Private Dining | Meal Plan | Menus
You can choose to be as active as you like while on holiday at Tropica Island Resort. Feel like relaxing poolside with a book and a cocktail or two? No problem. Want to go out and explore the waters of the nearby islands by kayak, dive tour or fishing boat, or perhaps pay a visit to the famous Cloud 9 floating bar? We can arrange that too. Celebration and rejuvenation is top of mind for us, and we want to make your stay as relaxing and romantic as we can.  Diving Trips (Subsurface Fiji or Hauraki Adventures)
Visit the Tropica Day Spa for the ultimate rejuvenation of your body and soul. Choose from our range of authentic Fijian skincare products and treatments to unwind and relax, including our traditional flowing Fijian bobo massage. We also offer radiant facials and luxurious spa manicures and pedicures.

If you’re celebrating a special occasion such as a honeymoon, babymoon, anniversary or birthday, enjoy a romantic pampering couples massage while soaking in coconut and cinnamon aromas, or indulge in an exotic body polish cleansed with fresh sugar cane crystals. Our professionally certified therapists will ensure you leave feeling relaxed and revitalised.
Sunset Yoga at Tropica Island Resort, Mamanuca Islands, Fiji
Our small boutique resort provides the perfect hideaway to rejuvenate and rebalance your life. Combine yoga sessions with a variety of cultural activities or just choose solitude for your perfect retreat.

You will leave feeling relaxed, energized, and motivated. You will get to enjoy yoga and meditation as well as immerse yourself in our culture of happiness and joy.
Fiji Travel Journal

your travel companion

There’s nothing like hitting the road and embarking on a new adventure, while traveling somewhere new you learn a lot about the destination, culture, customs and people. Having a place to write down your observations will allow you to absorb more of your surroundings. A travel journal is a perfect way to document your days wandering the trails, trekking through the countries’ Highlands or navigating a coastal town. With an extensive directory included within the journal, detailing contact details, social media links for each venue, this will become your perfect travel companion. 

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