Ratu Kini Backpackers and Dive Resort
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Ratu Kini Backpackers and Dive Resort

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3.5
#1 of 2 hostels in Mana Island
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Mana Island is close to Nadi, offers fantastic reef diving, clean and well serviced accommodation, local tropical foods in our Award winning Bar and Restaurant, outrageous beach parties, friendly, uniformed and educated staff and sunsets to die for!We operate a fully equipped PADI Dive Resort (R-36364) managed by a Course Director. We dive the Supermarket, Gotham City, Plantation Pinnacle, Namotu Passage and other world famous dive sites, which are just minutes away
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Jet20375977380 wrote a review Jun 2023
1 contribution1 helpful vote
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Just returned from Ratu Kini. Had an authentic Fijian village experience in basic accommodation. Beautiful stretch of beach, however the rest of Mana island was inaccessible due to filming of US Survivor. Food options limited & unable to access resorts on Island for other options which was disappointing. Out of Ratu Kini's control, just good to be aware of.
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Date of stay: June 2023
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3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Martin C wrote a review May 2015
Surrey, United Kingdom74 contributions98 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We spent a lot of timing researching where to stay on Mana and we made the right choice. It's the best value for money on the island.

We had dorms with food included. The room was clean and the food was fine. Nothing special but decent food with a reasonable size. The staff are good fun and always up for a chat or a laugh.

We dived the supermarket and saw 3 types of shark. The coral has been damaged by the feeding though which is a real shame. The diving is better in the Yasawas. We decided not to do anymore after that. The dive team is good and it would be a good place to learn.

The beach isn't great as the whole island is a reef so it's coral and sea grass rather than sand. It does however make for great snorkelling. Make sure you go under the jetty to find the batfish. We also took a trip to Moniriki where they filmed castaway. It was beautiful and we had the place to ourselves which is unusual.

The massage from the attached parlour was awful but for 30 dollars I wasn't going to complain. We stayed 3 days, 2 would have been enough. If you're a beach person or a sun worshipper it's not for you. If you don't plan on diving or going on any trips I wouldn't go either.

Over all we were pleasantly surprised after reading all the previous reviews.
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Date of stay: May 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Kaitti M wrote a review Aug 2017
1 contribution4 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I went to Mana Island for a month. Best decision ever!
It might be unusual for some people not to be surrounded by everyday noise and comfort. After being on this island for a while, you might forget, that cars, shoes, pizza and nice cup of cappuccino exist any more, but vibe of that island makes up for those things big time! :)
You are surrounded my far the most kind nation alive. Fijians made my life there like home. They are funny, warming and most interested of you having a great time.
Food, that they send out of kitchen is nice and fresh. Some local cuisine that you can enjoy. Make sure you stack up plenty of water from mainland. Tap water is a little bit salty. Or you can survive on beer only. :)

Stepping in to dive shop, you will meet some divers... big surprise. :P
They are world class professionals with plenty of surprises for every level of divers. From the most beautiful wall dives to most exclusive dive sites, average Joe will ever see.
Instructors, Krysta, Lexy, Lindsay and divemaster Fletcher, will make sure that every second under water is a memory you will never forget. On the surface… they usually complain about 29 degrees being too cold, too many turtles and sharks to look at and wayyyy too clear water. They are funny :)

After a month with those guys as intern, Im now certified PADI divemaster. I am so happy that I had an opportunity to learn from all of them. Real eye opener experience.

PS!
If you take a small block of nice cheese from mainland to the diveshop, you will make everyone even more happy ;)


Forget about you everyday problems and hide yourself to paradise!! :)
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Date of stay: July 2017
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from Tui K, Manager at Ratu Kini Backpackers and Dive Resort
Responded 23 Aug 2017
Thank you Kaitti for your kind words and choosing to come to Ratu Kinis for your Divemaster course. From the divers and the rest of the team, we wish you all the best in your dive experience. Regards
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K B wrote a review Feb 2020
Calgary, Canada11 contributions4 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed at Ratu Kini for a week to do the PADI open water certificate.
The dive shop is basic, but the current instructors Nico and Shane are very good and dedicated guys. They make diving simple and fun. 5 stars for them! Thank you Nico.

The hostel itself is good. A very local island experience, basic dorm accommodations, no running hot water in the showers and a mostly casual easy going management style.
Scheduling errors can happen, and you might be asked to move from one room to another, but they didn't have any problem when I had to leave a few days early due to a diving medical problem.

There is a small convenience store where fresh bread and some local products are delivered daily for a very reasonable price.
And meals at the restaurant were always good and well priced.
WiFi will cost you per day, so make sure to get a local SIM card at the airport and you'll be glad you did!
You'll see kids and the house dogs running around and feel right at home with the truly amazing and friendly Fujian staff.
Come with reasonable expectations and you'll have a great time and stay.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
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Stevie R wrote a review Dec 2023
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Hello !

I travel to Fiji quite often however this is one of the BEST places I have ever stayed at before! For those looking to experience Fiji but on a bit of a budget, I cannot recommend Ratu Kini enough!!!!

I travelled with a large group of friends, and the staff were so friendly and accommodating towards our wishes, dietary requirements and overall stay. Though this place is considered a 'hostel' I was amazed at how clean and well kept the private rooms were. We stayed in the beachfront cottages which were spacious and clean! Additionally, the views from the verandah and close access to the beach were spectacular.

Brian, Manni, Paul and Mare were all so helpful with organising our daily adventures, food, drinks and activities whilst allowing us to party from time to time haha. The food available was reasonably priced for how large and delicious they were, along with the free breakfast on offer. There is wifi available in the reception area, however, I would recommend buying a sim card so that your connection works well in your rooms as well.

Mostly I cannot recommend this place enough due to the amazing hospitality of the staff who work here, I believe that they made our trip so special and something we will look back on with such happy memories. Overall, It was such an amazing experience and I cannot wait to return soon as I am missing this place already.

Vinaka !! (miss u brian)
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Date of stay: November 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Stock up on water bottles before leaving the mainland, however they do sell bottled Fiji water...
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AT123 wrote a review Apr 2024
2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a fab time at Ratu Kini, would recommend. Great location with coral reefs surrounding the island. We did our PADI open water dive course with Instructor Tuks which was great and had an amazing time exploring the reefs around the island. Snorkelling is great just off the beach in front of the hostel. We stayed in a beachside cabin which was fab and pleasantly surprised by hot shower and AC. Staff lovely, friendly, and made a real effort. V good value for money. Social evenings with live music every night
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Date of stay: April 2024
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Georgi M wrote a review Sept 2023
7 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I finished our Open Water certification here after completing our theory and confined water dives in California. Couldn't be happier with this choice! Our instructor Tuks and the entire staff were simply amazing. Tuks did a fantastic job of incorporating the skills we had to practice for the course with realistic dives that allowed us to both see things and feel much more comfortable in the water. We did another 4 dives with them afterwards and were able to explore more of the 20+ dive sites around Mana. If you are considering a diving vacation or just want to explore diving and you are on Mana, I'd highly recommend checking out Ratu Kini.
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Date of stay: September 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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RosieWordsworth wrote a review Mar 2015
Tasmania, Australia2 contributions18 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I am tried writing a review here now three times but it still hasn't been posted. I will try again.

I went to this hostel at the beginning of Feb and it was the worst experience of my life.

When I booked with Mana Rose I asked them for a female dorm, vegetarian food options and expressed a need for quiet, cleanliness and comfort.

We arrived in a small group of strangers in a boat and on arrival were escorted to the reception area. It was unbelievably hot and we were told we had to wait in the hot, dirty reception area while everyone checked in - this took over an hour and we were dripping with sweat. There was loud techno music playing. It was noisy, dirty, hot and horrible! We were then given a patronizing talk by the host. I was then shown to my dorm.

My dorm was large with many windows where people often walked by and looked into the room so I would be doing something private and a man would walk by the window and say "Bula!". Friendly but not appropriate. The floor was dirty so the bottoms of my feet were constantly covered in dust and bits of dirt, dead insects etc. There were mice or small rats running around and a centipede almost bit me when I was standing next to my bed. There were 2 men sharing the room - one was on he bed next to me - I could reach across and touch his bed. I mentioned to the host I wanted a female dorm and he laughed and said "all dorms are mixed" so I had no other options. It was so hot in the room ... the fans barely made any air. I had to take a shower to get rid of all the sweat and dirt, but at 5ft4 I could barely reach the shower tap, and when I did it was a dribble of cold water. Some people urinated in the shower and it smelt like a toilet. The door didn't shut so when I was wrapping my towel around me, one of the men came into the bathroom and probably saw everything. I lay on the bed to rest and was so hot I started to complain. The man in the next bed said I should just strip - he didn't mind. How inappropriate is that?

I left and went to get some lunch - a burned beef burger and greasy fries ... I had a mouthful and gave the rest to another backpacker. Drinks were expensive. Luckily I had brought my own water, so I went to the beach and spent the afternoon lying under a tree. Dinner was even worse, and I had mentioned to a waitress at lunch that I wanted vegetarian. When I was presented with a chicken and fish dish, with inedible sweet potatoes and some nice tasting spinach. I ate the spinach and left the rest. I went and spoke the the bloshy female manager and explained my dissatisfaction. I said that I had paid for the week upfront (more than $600 for 5 nights) and explained why I was not happy. I asked if we could sort out alternative accommodation so I didnt have to sleep next to a man I didn't know, and have some privacy. I also asked for a vegetarian option. She got more bolshy and said that it wasn't possible, but there was a single room free, back in the village. It would cost me another $200 a night. I didn't really want to spend that much, but said I would pay $100 for tonight and maybe tomorrow we could discuss alternative arrangements. She refused me. Then she said my diet was too difficult to accommodate and it would be better if I bought my own food from the village or the shop. I realised I was banging my head against a brick wall and suggested we talk in the morning (it was around 7pm) I said I would make do tonight and see her in the morning. She was very rude.

I was exhausted and went to lie down in bed. The sheets had little specs of blood on them and I felt as though I was being bitten - BUD BUGS! The fans made no air. If I got wet in the drizzle of the shower and lay very still on the bed with a wet sarong over me, it was bearable but then the guy on the next bed came in and started talking to me while he went through his bags. I decided to go and sleep on the beach. On the beach I got bitten by hundreds of mosquitoes and some local villagers came and hung around so I couldn't get any space. I went for a walk and was so tired I was crying. The next hostel along the beach seemed a little nicer in ambiance so I went to see if I could get a room there for less than an extra $200 a night. I was crying a great deal, so the manager of this hostel offered me a room for $50 - it was one of the staff rooms. I went back to Ratu Kini's to talk to the manager and get a full refund. She wasn't there so I spoke to her on the phone - she was rude, and refused to reimburse me the money. I told her I was happy to pay for the two meals I didn't eat and the bed I didn't sleep in for one night, but felt I should get the rest of my money back. "No reimbursements" she was adamant. I lost the plot and burst into a hysterical state. I was exhausted, dirty, hot, hungry and feeling quite unsafe and very concerned for my safety. I had to carry all my bags 200 meters down the beach without any help. I stayed in the other room for $50 and the next morning arranged to go back to the mainland. The manager of Ratu Kini was there, and she once again told me no money back. She got me onto a boat and I waited under a tree while they fixed the engine.
While I was sitting under the tree, minding my own business, the host came over to me and started having a go at me. He said I mustn't complain about the staff or him. I told him I had had no intention of complaining about the floor staff, but the manager was going to get a complaint. He kept on shouting at me, and getting upset with me. I began to feel upset again and had to fight to keep the tears back. After a while of receiving a verbal bashing the boat was fixed. He went off in a huff - and I felt compelled to write about his bad attitude. I have worked as a Hotel Manager all my life, and have a MSc in Ecotourism - this place is in dire need of someone to sort it out. It is the worst place I have ever stayed.
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Date of stay: February 2015
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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mark s wrote a review Jun 2012
Italy2 contributions13 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Hi folks,
I've been there working for 2 months, I was suppose to stay for 6, but after 2 weeks I started to think how to get out cs dodgyness and carelesness permeate the whole place, starting from the reception, through the restaurant ending with the diving centre. And, amongst the 3 backpackers on the island this is suppose to be the best one, let alone the others. The place is undoubtedly cheap, in any sense. Don't get me wrong, these are all good people, the problem is they have no idea about quality standards. Thus, in good faith, they end up providing a quite horrible service. If you go there for just a couple of days, you can probably cope with it, but if you're staying longer than that, it won't take you much to understand why I'm giving them a bad review. The main problem in this place is the management, no one is accountable, no one takes responsibility, that's why things go awry. The people are surely good, but if no one coordinates, teaches and shows them how to put in place sound service, due to their islanders' background they're not really up for excellence. I mean, it is pointless being friendly while serving dodgyness, cs even the right attitude, amongst the few ones that have it, wouldn't make up for the incompetence.
Restaurant: served scarce meals, mostly made of distasteful chicken and rice, almost everyday, sometimes twice a day, if it's not that being served, then it's some inedible yucky concotion. The country has a prob with vegy supplies (not staff's fault), so if you're vegeterian, leave any hope for good meals, all you'll get is potatoes and eggs. Breakfast, poorest ever, and the same, every single day for 2 months, not even the fantasy to vary the jam flavour, which will be raspberry.
Bar: the only value for money drink you can get is beer, cocktails are expensive they don't use full nips, don't have any equipment for the task nor the slightest idea how to put together a drink, they may so trick you with fancy decoration, lol.
Reception: here is where you find the most unpleasant Fijian in the whole country, they're really good when it's time to get your money, but if you need anything, like suggestions or, solutions, or anything else, don't even try, they're unpolite and useless, and all in all they don't really care about you and your issues, you're just another annoyance that they won't strive to sort out.
Diving centre: equipment is a mess of cut and paste pieces of old stuff put together, boats are small unconfy one-man manned rafts and the skipper's not there to help, one in particular can't even drive a boat and can be dangerous to divers, mind the propeller guys, you really must to. Instructors are surely friendly as in any other diving centre around the world, but if you're an experienced diver, definitely not your place.
To top this up: tap water isn't drinkable and a bottle of water will cost you $5, electricity goes on and off continually, 1 hour of extra-slow internet connection will be $10, forget hot showers, and last but not least, there are a bunch of stray dogs that will wake you up at different times all along the night, and if the strays won't, surely sfaff and villagers will at 6.30am.
That said, I can only wish you good luck.
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Date of stay: May 2012
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: the only tip I can give you is: for holiday choose a different island, let alone working.
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yzc225 wrote a review Oct 2016
Stockholm, Sweden13 contributions9 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Imagine the boss in the reception saying "I don't care about our reputation, I can do whatever I want and people still come here". Yes, her name is Mary. She only cares about money and rips people off, so be careful.
1. Mary told us the transfer to Mana Island (25 minutes trip) costs 90 FJD per person. Afterwards the manager told us it should cost 75 FJD each.
2. Bad breakfast (white bread, cornflakes and milk)
3. Low standard
4. Bad service, no service mentality what so ever.
5. Fences around the hostel
6. Wild dogs
7. We wanted to go to another hotel because of the poor service but had already paid for 3 additional nights. A couple were promised a nice bure but were put in a noisy dorm. Since there were no more rooms for reasonable prices left they wanted to pay for our room instead. But Mary refused because she wanted them to pay for the more expensive room. Then the manager agreed, but then changed his mind, and then agreed, and then changed his mind again... The couple said that if they had to pay for the more expensive room they will simply go back to mainland, which means the hotel will only loose money and reputation by refusing us, which they were too stupid to understand.
8. Mary promised us that the boat would wait for us, but it left because the refund took 3 hours... Then she told us that the next boat was 4pm while they had several smaller boats to transfer us (the one which transferred us the first time) , just because she wanted us to suffer.. Evil woman... Then the manager send us away with the small boat and the trip only took 25 minutes and costs 70 FJD instead of 90 FJD.
Don't ever go there... They don't deserve your money
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Date of stay: September 2016
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Answer from Tui Kabu
Mana Island, Fiji
Depends on your package or type of booking. Specials and hot deals include snorkeling and other activities. Thank you.
Answer from t0pplan
Whakatāne, New Zealand60 contributions7 helpful votes
Hi Josh and Flo Sorry, I am unsure as to the meal plan cost however their meals there are not expensive in any way. Yes it is possible to surf from the island however most people bring their own boards. There is an entity who work from the premises who offer hire. Once again, sorry, I am unsure of the cost.
Answer from Tui Kabu
Mana Island, Fiji
survivor shooting starts end of March to mid July. thanks.
Answer from Paul N
9 contributions4 helpful votes
Check out there website ratu kini dive resort and then the sub menu - dive courses. Then email them to check availability - make sure they check with Fletch or Lexi as due to popular demand, its best to tic tac with them to help plan their schedule.
Stevie R wrote a tip Dec 2023
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Stock up on water bottles before leaving the mainland, however they do sell bottled Fiji water there as you cannot drink the tapwater "
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Piotr_B wrote a tip Oct 2023
Gdansk, Poland98 contributions10 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"No worries about booking online...It does not work. We arrived late afternoon and got nice cottage with million dollars ocean view !!"
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Tracey F wrote a tip Nov 2022
Bondi, Australia74 contributions38 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"It's a chilled island adventure with a remote feeling of just being on the perfect island, best experience DO IT! GO YOU WILL LOVE IT🏝💙"
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Ffranzwa wrote a tip Dec 2019
Shawnee, Kansas5 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"We rented an ocean view room as were very pleased."
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t0pplan wrote a tip Sept 2019
Whakatāne, New Zealand60 contributions7 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Cottages offer great privacy and all your gear is safe. A wonderful option for the mix and minglers. Awesome snorkelling."
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PRICE RANGE
$23 - $33 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
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LOCATION
FijiMamanuca IslandsMana Island
NUMBER OF ROOMS
15
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Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
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Conveniently located restaurants include South Beach Restaurant, Mana Lagoon Restaurant, and Kura.
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