Archipelago and volcanic islands just off the coast of Nadi on Fiji’s island of Viti Levu, the Mamanuca Island group is maintained in its natural state. They are popular for outdoor recreation.
Maps of the Mamanuca Islands
Maps of the islands of Mamanuca show the outlines of the main islands and their position in the Koro Sea. The topographic maps show the islands’ rugged mountain surface. Many maps of Fiji, Viti Levu and Nadi will include the Mamanuca islands since they are located in the nearby waters.
Landscape and Geographic Features of the Mamanuca Islands
Beaches – The beaches of the islands are stunning with white sands. Secluded coves and private stretches are found on the Mamanuca Islands.
Coastal Waters – The waters around the islands is full of marine life like tropical fish, sea turtles and coral reefs. The natural habitats and kingdoms under the sea’s surface are protected and thriving.
Forests – Palm trees are a common site along the beaches of the islands. Then, screw pine and a variety of tropical trees fill the jungle forests that cover much of the surface land. Crested iguanas and other wildlife are prevalent on most of the islands.
Koro Sea – The beautiful sea with its aqua-green waters that surrounds the Mamanuca Islands passes between the islands of Fiji and Lau. The Koro Sea is part of the South Pacific Ocean.
Mountains – The Mamanucas are covered with hills and mountains. Some elevations reach to 1,300 metres above sea level.