Tokoriki Island ferry port in Mamanuca Islands connects you with Denarau in Fiji with a choice of up to 14 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Tokoriki Island to Denarau crossing is from 1 hour 45 minutes and the crossing is operated by South Sea Cruises.
Tokoriki Island Resort is heaven on Earth; deluxe rooms, idyllic scenery and beautiful weather make it one of the most romantic resorts on the globe. The array of activities amid relaxing surroundings appeal to every type of visitor – some couples choose to spend their time sunbathing on the glorious beaches, whereas others love to sample the abundance of sports and hikes on offer. Try your hand at tennis, boules or embark on an arduous hike around the stunning terrain, working up a sweat that can be relieved from the refreshing swimming pool. For those that prefer to spend their adventures on the water, snorkelling, diving and boat tours provide a unique opportunity to explore the Pacific Ocean.
After a busy day swimming around the azure blue waters, or even just basking in the sun on the golden sands of the beaches, the dining options are the perfect way to spend an evening. Sample traditional Fijian dishes, with seafood typically the day’s speciality, and enjoy the magnificent view afforded from the seating deck.
Tokoriki Island forms part of the Mamanuca Island group, an archipelago laying to the north west of Fiji. The only ferry route departing the port is to Denarau on the west coast of the Fijian mainland, with crossings typically lasting just short of two hours.