Mamanuca Express Water Taxi One Way Transfer between Port Denarau and Bounty, Treasure, Beachcomber Islands

Mamanuca Express, draws on over 28 years of experience in the sea transport industry. Operating from Port Denarau Marina, we provide Fiji’s premier water taxi service throughout the stunning Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands.

The company operates three modern vessels which provide fast & reliable transfer services to all resorts from Port Denarau Marina. Our team of experienced and friendly staff maintain a strong commitment to high safety standards & customer satisfaction combined with awesome local knowledge of the islands. All this to give you the ultimate journey as you take in the spectacular scenery and crystal clear waters of the Mamanuca islands.

The vessels are designed and built in New Zealand and Australia to the highest marine standards. Featuring comfortable seating, large covered passenger cabins, specially fitted boarding ramps ideal for beach drop-offs, GPS satellite & Radar navigation, VHF radio communications and full safety equipment. These vessels are designed with your comfort and safety in mind and are by far the best water taxis available in Fiji. This, coupled with professional and skilled crew has positioned Mamanuca Express as Fiji’s premier water taxi operator.

Estimated journey time from Port Denarau to Bounty Island, Treasure Island and Beachcomber Island is about 30 minutes.

Mamanuca Express Water Taxi One Way Transfer between Port Denarau and Bounty, Treasure, Beachcomber Islands - Times and Prices

  • Water Taxi Service
    Days: Operates Daily

    Group Upto 4 : USD $340
    Group Upto 8 : USD $411
    Group Upto 12 : USD $506

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