Mamanuca and Yasawa Groups Hotels

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Ratu Kini

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Great beach
  • friendly atmosphere

    Cons

  • Basic meals and accommodations

Ratu Kini Review

The best in a tight string of hostels sharing the gorgeous beaches of Mana Island is Ratukini, the first one to the right as you come off the pier. Young budget-oriented travelers snorkel, dive, fish, play volleyball, and laze in the sand between hearty buffet-style meals in the open-air dining room overlooking the water. Every Thursday there's a lovo (traditional feast cooked in an underground oven) and traditional performance. You can sleep in basic bunk-bed dorms, twin rooms with shared facilities, double rooms, or a family bure, or you can camp. Staying here is a cheap way for social creatures to enjoy one of the Mamanucas' best beaches. Bring enough cash unless you don't mind paying a fee for credit cards.

    Hotel Details

  • 10 rooms, 3 dorms, camping.
  • Rate includes all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-22-2011

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