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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

Arrived on Wednesday morning for a 5 night stay on the sea cat boat from Port Denarau with South Seas Cruises ($664.00 fjd ) return 2 adults 2 kids. 1st boat leaves 9.00am arrives 9.45am. There's a later boat but it will take about 2hrs cos it goes opposite direction.
You must get on smaller tender to get on island as there's no jetty / landing platform. Very well orchestrated. Greetings by singing locals on the beach didn't need to worry about the luggage all was taking care of & delivered to our Bure when ready.
Check in is usually around 1400 hrs but if your Burra is cleaned & ready earlier they might allow you in, which happened to us.
Suggestion #1. Pack swim gear in back pack so while waiting for the Bure you can use the pool or the beach.
Once settled into our Bure/ room all single story we then went for a walk around the island, 15 mins later where back @ the start. Not very big in circumference.
But hey if you have done your research you would already know that.( I didn't)
Although small in size there's always plenty to do from lazing by the pool to sun baking on the beach,snorkeling, kayaking, stand up paddle board, sailing ($40.00 fjd per hr if have experience) .All non-motorised water sports are included in your stay. Scuba diving introduction lesson is free then if you like you then pay. There's numerous amount of other stuff to do as well from traditional cooking classes , day spa treatments, island hopping to more expensive things like helicopter flights.
There's a daily activity board with all thats going on that day.
The bure room 33 we had was a family room king double with 2 single beds, flushing toilets,hot & cold showers, mini fridge , small 2 seater couch and no TV no Phone no free wifi OMG what will the kids do ? Talk & socialise with others?
Outside on balcony couple low chairs & table, caution should be exercised when you get in and out of the chair, if your of large-scale you could push the chair threw the class window. (Tiles slippery). Every bure has a swinging hammock outside it amongst the palm trees.

Kids club is run 3 times a day, each session runs from 2-3 hrs and believe me they keep them entertained even the most stubborn child will enjoy it, best of all its in your stay. If you require mummy & daddy time there is babysitting service, kids under 4 need separate carers $9.00 hr Fijian. ( per kid)

Now under stand this part, on this island there is only 1 food & beverage provider they provide all meals & drinks.
For family's a meal plan is probably the best option if you arrive unawares of options as we did thinking that we would dine at other venues. But there is none.
Yes there's different dinner types of options and its up to you to choose the budget for you.
Yes its a captive market but overall we believe its in the mid range. Lunch is 2 courses, dinner 3 course with reasonable options.
There is live music played though out mealtimes and the band are excellent.

Overall a family/grandkids holiday was worthwhile, we give it a 3.5 star out of 5

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
3  Thank biglewy
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Reviewed 22 March 2018

As a large family group of 16 - 8 children and 8 adults we spent 7 nights at Treasure Island. Although the resort is in need of a bit of work and upgrade which was in fact happening while we were there - it was probably the best family holiday we had experienced. The rooms were good - clean and comfortable and well serviced daily. We had ocean view Bures beside the quaint chapel on the far side of the island. The snorkelling is excellent and you do not need to swim far to cruise along the edge of the shallow reef - plenty of great coral, exotic fish and a few inquisitive reef sharks. Kids love the turtle breeding and release program as well as the unique Fijian iguanas which the carer took the extra effort to give us a special individual experience with. The parrots on the small island are incedibly bright, exotic and approachable.
What makes the experience though is the staff - all of them. Nothing is too much trouble and the nightly shows demonstrate their absolute joy in performing for the guests - they also have an obvious love for children - they saw some of ours building a shelter on the ocean edge and took the effort to build it for them properly.
We chose to invest in a full food package - good quality meals with a good variety of choice - happy hour for the drinkers and the non-drinkers (mocktails) every afternoon.
Plenty of options for extra activities - kayaking, SUPs, fish feeding, great kids club, scuba lessons etc.
Beautiful Island that only takes 15 minutes to walk around so if it is windy you can always find a sheltered spot - coral reef all the way around.
Treasure Island is not a luxury exclusive resort but is perfect for a unforgettable carefree family holiday!

Room tip: Ocean view Bures
Date of stay: March 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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7  Thank Mark W
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Reviewed 19 March 2018

We only had three nights in Fiji, as a way to break up the flight back to Los Angeles from Sydney. (btw, Fiji Airways is a nice airline, especially if you can swing Business Class) . We chose Treasure Island because they offered a way to get to the resort from the airport via speedboat even though our flight landed after dark; and because of the promise of good snorkeling directly off the beach.

We had reserved a Premium Oceanfront Bure and the first room they gave us was super close to the beach. (See photo taken from the bure.) . This Bure was numbered in the 70s. We could hear the ocean lapping on the shore but the next morning, it was amazing to see just how close the gorgeous ocean water was.

Unfortunately, this bure had a few small roaches visiting, which was a really bad way to start. We reported the problem and they came to spray the room, but then we were left with the feeling of inhaling bug spray. So, after one night, we moved to another nearby Bure that was slightly further back from the ocean. This one had no roaches that we could see. My guess is that a previous guest in the first bure was messy and that drew the bugs.

Aside from this marginal start, our stay was very nice. Everyone who worked at the resort was friendly and helpful. It seems as if the Fijian people generally are very hospitable and it makes for a great feeling of welcome and care.

The resort facilities are generally clean and well maintained. Not fancy or luxurious, but really comfortable. The pool area is small but beautiful and relaxing. There is a shady palm tree under which sits several comfortable lounge chairs, perfect for a breezy nap.

The resort promotes its turtle care program and it was fun to see the pools of turtles there, being fed. We also saw iguanas and some exotic birds in the trees.

Although it was apparently rainy season (early February), it mostly rained at night. During the day, especially the morning, the weather was glorious. Snorkeling could not be easier, walking just steps from the bure into the shallow, warm ocean. The sandy bottom makes for easy access and it is not long before you begin to see small, colorful fish, some nice and varied corals, and lots of sea cucumbers. One day, i even saw a spotted eagle ray gliding by. Amazing!

There is a dive shop on site where you can borrow snorkel equipment, including flotation vests. You can also borrow stand up paddle boards and kayaks. Everything is included in the stay (except for motorized wave runners).

In the morning, they take a motor boat out a ways from shore to feed the fish. They bring leftover bread rolls and let passengers toss those overboard, which attracts tons of fish. I read somewhere that they will let you swim back to shore from the boat so I did this once. That was one of the most fun snorkeling sessions I've ever had. Usually, when you snorkel out from the beach, you know you will have to have enough time and energy to swim all the way back. But only having to swim back to shore one way was so relaxing, and I was able to see many different kinds of larger fish and interesting corals that way.

When we were there, there were relatively few other guests on the island. (The only thing on the island is the resort.) . The staff tried their best to entertain us with songs and games, but it was a bit difficult given the small number of guests. Gotta give the staff credit for trying. And it was nice that each night at dinner they sang each party departing the next day a farewell song. (In fact, one of the really nice touches at the resort is that a couple of staff with guitars sing to welcome boats that come in, day or night; and then sing farewell whenever guests depart the resort by boat.)

The only downside to having a small resort being the only thing on the island is that the food choices are limited. The food generally was fine but I could see that getting old if you stay for a week or longer.

My overall view is that Treasure Island can provide a relaxing, beautiful vacation, at a pretty good value, so long as you are aware of its limitations. I certainly will fondly remember my snorkeling adventures for a very long time.

Room tip: Ocean front bures can be very close to the beach
Date of stay: February 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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3  Thank traveldan21
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
Reviewed 17 March 2018 via mobile

My husband and I spent 7 days recently at Treasure Island. Our main priorities when looking for where to go was great snorkelling right off the beach and not too far from the airport so you can get there in one day. This fulfilled all our criteria and more. There are beautiful fish and coral within easy viewing for anyone. The fish feeding boat at 10.30 is a must too.
The staff are very welcoming and friendly and we were happy to learn it is 50 percent locally owned. The accommodation was spotless, comfortable bed, and quite newly renovated but there are other facilities on the island which are slowly being upgraded. I liked the slightly rough casual feel and there were plenty of hammocks and beach lounges everywhere to snooze and take in the gorgeous aqua sea and views of surrounding islands.
The pool was very nice and I don’t think there was anywhere on the island where you wouldn’t look at your view from your Bure and be disappointed. The Spa was of as high a quality as anywhere I have been, and a highlight for us was the turtle protection program, where we were lucky enough to see turtles released back to the ocean when big enough to have better chance of survival.
We used the kayaks, snorkelling gear, stand up paddle boards (free) and paid to use a catamaran but thought the jet ski at $150 for 15 mins was not worth it.
The food quality varied a bit from great to not so great and I would have liked a bit more variety from day to day, especially considering the price. The meal plan is worth it to not have to think about how much it is costing you, plus apart from breakfast and afternoon coffee time, drinks were not part of the meal plan. Alcohol is very expensive (cheapest glass of wine $16 fiji and spirits more than $20 a glass) so bring a bit of duty free with you for your own happy hour.
WiFi free at the main areas worked fine for me and I could also use it back at my Bure for some hours.
Really hard to dry anything in humid climates but reception happily towel swaps whenever you like, plus can use a washer and dryer for a small fee if needed.
Next time I’d probably spend less time here but use the ferry service and island hop to experience other islands that were close and easily accessible.
Tip - take a picnic to the sandbank for a romantic castaway experience and incredible snorkelling.

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
4  Thank haytayl
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Reviewed 9 March 2018 via mobile

We stayed at Treasure Island for 5 nights. Transfer was on time to and from the island. Staff are very friendly and welcoming. Rooms are clean and comfortable. The resort is beautiful and well kept. Snorkelling is amazing!!

The downsides - you can hear your neighbours quite easily, unfortunately we had a screaming child next to us. We could also hear conversations quite easily.

Also the food, it is quite average and lacks variety. Not sure if thats because the chef arrived back the day before we left?

Overall it was a pleasant stay.

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
4  Thank Ausduo12
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