Land Based Activities
We have our own mini golf course, a tennis court, and three tiered infinity swimming pool, stand up paddle boards, beach volleyball court, kayaks, snorkelling and so much more. Other options for our more adventurous guests include, jet skiing, parasailing, snorkelling, wake boarding, fishing, banana boat rides, knee boarding, water- skiing, semi submarine, subsea SNUBA adventures and scuba diving. We also have a 5 Star Padi Dive Centre at the resort.
There is a wide range of cultural and fun activities for both kids and adults!
For the kids, we have a Kids Club that’s known as one of the best in Pacific where they have their own activities throughout the day with our highly trained staff. There’s truly something for everyone.
The first time you set eyes on this beautiful paradise island we call home, you could not want for more. It is the perfect essence of your dreamy beach with its fine white sand and its crystal clear and unpolluted blue waters, there is no denying that Treasure Island is very blessed to have a beautiful beach within its grasp. When you just want to get a tan or relax with a drink in your hand at the beach, then it’s the perfect place to laze around, do nothing and think happy thoughts.
- Volley ball or touch rugby
- Floodlit tennis court (equipment available from reception bure)
- Mini Golf
- Sky television in the bar to enjoy that special sporting event
- Cultural programs including herbal medicine demonstration
- Turtle Feeding
- Board Games
- Nightly entertainment
Activity feature – Basket Weaving
Basket weaving is a traditional skill that was once an integral part of life in Fiji. Traditionally the materials would be coconut or pandanus leaves. Pandanus leaves are used to make the traditional mats that are still a very important part of Fijian life and culture. Coconut is more commonly used to make baskets or hats – as you will see here at Treasure! Our basket weaving activity will demonstrate how to make sunhats and small baskets and give you the chance to try your hand at one. Skills such as basket weaving are sadly being lost as traditional village life adapts to modern conveniences. In some areas these skills are only kept alive through their popularity as activities for those visiting Fiji. You will certainly see some of our staff however who wear their coconut hats with pride every day, and we also use freshly woven baskets in our preparations for our traditional lovo (underground oven) dinners every week.