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Musket Cove Island Resort

Een idyllisch eilandparadijs met charme, dat is gebouwd op een voormalige kokosnotenplantage. Het is de relaxte atmosfeer die dit resort onderscheidt van de rest.
Vanaf € 186,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info


Over Musket Cove Island Resort

Het kalmerende geruis van de palmen en de golven die op de kustlijn breken, overdag onder een strakblauwe hemel en 's avonds onder een deken van sterren. 'Romance, Relax and Rejuvenate' is het motto bij dit resort. Bij de Ratu Nemani Island Bar kunt u genieten van een cocktail en vervolgens gebruik maken van de barbecues die er staan uitgestald. Het barbecuepakket, dat u 's middags heeft besteld, ligt al op u te wachten. De bungalows zijn comfortabel en ruim. De hangmatten, die verspreid door het resort terug te vinden zijn, liggen zalig. Voor totale ontspanning bezoekt u de Mandara Spa. Hier komt u als herboren vandaan!


Gratis nachten: In sommige perioden ontvangt u bij een verblijf van 6 of 7 nachten een nacht gratis. Vraagt u ons hiernaar.
 Honeymooners ontvangen bij een minimumverblijf van 3 nachten mooie extra's zoals een fles champagne bij aankomst en een voetmassage voor 2 personen. Vraagt u ons naar de voorwaarden.
Musket Cove Island Resort
Mamanuca Islands
v.a. € 186 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Garden Bure
(55 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, iPod-dockingstation, kluisje, koelkast, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, apart zitgedeelte, badkamer met douche en privé-terras.

Lagoon Bure
(60 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, iPod-dockingstation, kluisje, koelkast, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, apart zitgedeelte, badkamer met douche en privé-terras met zicht op de lagune.

Beach Bure
(65 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, iPod-dockingstation, kluisje, koelkast, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, apart zitgedeelte, badkamer met douche, privé-terras met hangmat en zeezicht.

Island Villa
(90 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, televisie, iPod-dockingstation, kluisje, keuken met o.a. koelkast en magnetron, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, apart zitgedeelte, badkamer met douche, privé-terras. Gelegen op privé-eiland (met overige Island Villa's) en toegang tot gedeeld privé-zwembad en barbecueplek.


Gelegen op het eiland Malolo, op slechts 200 meter van de Plantation Island-kerk en op vijf minuten lopen van de golfbaan.

Aantal kamers



  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • WiFi
  • Buitenzwembad
  • Spa


• Watersportactiviteiten zoals snorkelen, kajakvaren, windsurfen
• Excursiemogelijkheden zoals een stadstour, tocht langs de medische planten van Fiji, bezoek aan biologische boerderij.

Vanuit Port Denarau op Viti Levu vertrekken de bootjes richting de mooiste eilanden van de Fiji archipel: de Mamanuca Islands. Deze eilandengroep ligt ten noordwesten van het hoofdeiland Viti Levu en wordt omgeven door een azuurblauwe lagune. De Mamanuca Islands worden tot de mooiste van de Fiji-archipel gerekend. De bevolking hecht waarde aan de eeuwenoude tradities, de eilanden zijn gevuld met legendes.

"Still a great resort to visit"

It's been 4 years since we last visited Musket Cove and it's nice to know that it's mostly unchanged. Due to a fire the offices and shop had been rebuilt and the layout is much better. Musket caters for Adults which is what we like about the resort and I hope it stays that way although this time round there were younger families there. What does this mean, well Musket doesn't have a playground, water fun and other activities which children like to do? What it does have is a restaurant, a cafe style outlet, massage, one pool and the island bar where many of the local and visiting folk tend to get together at night. Water sports include Snorkelling, Diving and Water Boards. If you want to take children, then be prepared to keep them entertained yourself. Plantation is the place for children. Also, check your dates for key events. While we were there, Musket was holding a yearly regatta and it got quite busy so although there were more visitors than normal, it also meant that the resort had plenty of specials on (food, drink, massage), the Regatta races provided extra entertainment and Island bar was the focal point in the evenings with a live band and music which sometimes got a bit loud. Otherwise another very enjoyable visit.

"Wedding at musket "

Tim and I with 60 of our closest friends and family tied the knot here this month. Everything was perfect we got married in the chapel which is beautiful ( and not as hot as the beach) then dinner on the sand which was set up by the staff ( we provided decorations) everything looked incredible and the food (seafood buffet) was off the hook! Rachael (staff) was super helpful and really relaxed about everything so it was stress free. The only bummer was going into Nadi the day after we arrived to get the wedding licence it took ages and felt like a waste of a day ( I think you can get musket to organise a special licence delivered to you at musket I would definitely have done that if I had known). Hotel is great rooms were really nice and clean and restaurant food was great I can't wait to go back

"Great villa for family holiday"

Stayed at Armstrong villas, a few villas in one area with deck over water and swimming pool at back door - much better than having to go to the large swimming pool and often we were the only ones in the pool at our back door. The shortbread delivered fresh each day was great as was the facilities, tea, coffee and cooking facilities in the villa. Sheets that were polycotton a real disappointment - needed cotton in the heat! Food at Dick's place disappointing just average even the special nights - breakfast boring after a few days - needs some variety - or alternate with the small café that does meals - often what wanted to order was not available - coffee good and food okay - would have liked more fresh seafood options. Good well stocked trader mini market on site - snorkelling, sailing very good - staff great - 2 free bikes useful - spa good - cheaper rates in morning. Good for families, couples, or solos - diving good - sort your arrival and departure flights to fit in with ferry otherwise very expensive water taxi costs.

"3 generations on holiday"

We recently had a family holiday at Musket Cove - 8 of us ranging in age from 25 to 90 - celebrating my mother's 90th birthday. From the moment we arrived the staff made her feel special. We had one of the garden villas and an island villa. The island villa was further from the restaurants and other facilities but to my mind felt more spacious and elegant with a lovely deck area overlooking the water. Food was good - we enjoyed the theme nights. Some of our party are keen surfers and others scuba divers. Subsurface Dive Centre staff were friendly, efficient and we did some fun dives. All in all, we all left feeling that we'd had a great family holiday.

"Food the down point"

My first visit to Musket Cove and we stayed there at the same time as the Fiji Sailing Regatta, a busy event of which Musket Cove is the hub. The staff at Musket are very friendly and do their best to accommodate your needs. However during the Regatta period activities are difficult to book as there are so many extra people from boats moored in the Marina and nearby wanting to do activities than there is actual activities space! So I would advise to book activities well ahead if you visit during this time. Bicycles were un-available to rent at Musket when we were there as there was only a handful of bikes in working order. We were told that they were waiting on delivery of some quality bikes as they were not happy with the bikes they had and had ordered bikes of a higher quality. These however were not due to arrive for a few weeks! This was was a shame so we rented from Bula Bikes at Plantation Resort. The bikes they rent there are junk but they do the job. Dont go for the expensive chunky beach bike model, they look good but are far more difficult to ride than the standard cheaper model. The Musket Cove resort has a cafe and a restaurant called Dicks. The cafe is pleasant enough for a sandwich, pizza or coffee. The staff there are delightful. Dicks restaurant though is a real disappointment. Service staff are very nice , generally working on 'fiji time' (which is to be expected but thats OK!) but the food is truly woeful. We ate at Dicks restaurant on 5 nights. That was 5 nights too many! We also ate there at lunch times by the pool. Unfortunately there is not much choice at Musket, this being their only actual restaurant. Dick's evening menu is quite limited and no specials of the day are offered. Some items may be substituted without them even telling you. eg we ordered a Goats Cheese Souffle and when it arrived it was a Camembert Souffle because they had run out of Goats Cheese. Really , there is quite a difference between the flavours of these 2 cheeses! Examples of other very disappointing dishes were the local Mahi Mahi (fish) which was overcooked to almost to a beef jerky consistency!, the pork dish was dry yet the fat was not rendered correctly , so dry pork with rubbery fat instead of crackling. Steak was chewy and lacked flavour. I could go on....! One night a week they have an Indian Curry buffet (in addition to the A LA CARTE MENU, the curries were very good, as were the accompaniments. The dessert buffet was not enjoyed by any of us. Overall though curry buffet night is good but usually very busy so do expect a decent line up for food if buffet is your choice At lunch times at Dicks you can get such things as fish and chips and club sandwiches etc, these even disappoint, with dry hard fish due to being so overcooked, cold soggy chips and the club sandwiches were missing some of the ingredients stated on the menu! I have to say that this was not always the case though, it was very hit and miss so I guess 'consistency' was the improvement needed here. One night we dined at nearby Lomani Resort (an adults only resort) which was truly outstanding in terms of location, service and food. It just means you have to leave the kids with a nanny. The other nights we opted for food from the Musket cafe, food from Plantation and we did attempt to try and self-cater one night although that is difficult with the poor selection of products available at the Mini Mart. The Mini Mart is small and over-priced and offers a very small selection of fresh products such as dairy, fruit and veg and bread. Dont expect lovely tropical fruit though. Instead be happy with a choice of only paw paw, lime, lemon, coconut or rotting bananas. The Musket Mini Mart also stocks cigs, lollies, ice cream, chips, tinned and jar food, cereal, personal hygiene products and frozen foods. Expect to pay handsomely for anything you purchase here. The Musket Mini Mart does not sell alcohol (instead go to Plantation Resort Mini Mart, for wine and a small selection of beer and pre-mixed cans/bottles) Musket Cove resort is a beautiful part of the world and understandably resorts need to be profitable but I resent it when this is done at the expense of customers by providing such limited food options and poor food quality to match at resort prices

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