Independent review for Treasure Island Resort Eueiki in Vava'u Lagoon Tonga Islands

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Treasure Island Resort Eueiki (also known as Treasure Island Eco Resort) is a charming down-to-earth eco resort on a small uninhabited island thirty minutes by boat from Neiafu Town with one of the most beautiful beaches in Tonga. With powdery white sand, and amazingly turquoise sandy bottom lagoon full of fish and with great swimming and snorkelling, this retreat has just eight traditional thatch fales, a great restaurant and a truly relaxing South Seas atmosphere ideal for a romantic beach holiday.

Recommended For:
  • Couples
  • Down to Earth & Very Relaxed Atmosphere
  • Uninhabited Island
Quick Facts
  • 8 Bungalows
  • Outer Island - Beachfront Location
  • Restaurant & Bar

Treasure Island Resort Eueiki Room Details & Rates

Room Category
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Sleeps
(c = child)
Hotel Public Rate
(for 2 people)
Deluxe Beach Fale 2 T$ 400

Treasure Island Resort Eueiki Information & Facts

  • Hotel Location:    On uninhabited Eueiki Island in the central Vava'u Group
  • Getting There:    55 minutes to Vava'u Airport PLUS 1 hour by road / boat
  • Unique Qualities:    Stunning beach and lagoon on uninhabited island, peaceful down to earth retreat
  • Ideal for:    Couples
  • Hotel Features:    8 hand crafted traditional bungalows
  • Dining:    Restaurant & bar - no independent restaurants close by
  • Children Policy:   UNder 10yrs NOT permitted
  • Local Attractions / Tours:    Whale watching, island cruises
  • The Beach:    Excellent, fine sand backed by tropical forest and coconut palms
  • The Ocean:    Excellent for swimming, turquoise waters, sandy bottom, protected, no waves
  • Snorkelling:    Excellent off from beach - coral and reef fish
  • Other Activities:    Scuba diving, island hopping

Room Information

Beach Fales sit right on the beach with beautiful ocean views from private wooden verandas, with three fales set slightly back from the beach in light vegetation but with greater privacy and more spacious interiors. Fales are hand crafted bungalows with open timber frames, thatch roofs and woven coconut leaf walls. With high ceilings giving the open plan room plenty of air and Louvre windows maximising the sea breezes, each fale has a Queen size bed with mosquito net, a stand fan, a small en-suite bathroom with hot water shower and flush toilet. Some fales have tiled floors, whilst others have a natural stone finish.

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Hotel Amenities

Eueiki Island is a small coral island taking just ten minutes to walk around, surrounded in sand and backed by coconut trees. This is the archetypal South Seas island escape. The island is surrounded by coral reefs which are good for snorkelling and forms a deep water passage for visiting humpback whales which can often be seen just 100 metres off the beach from July to October.

Accommodation is in rustic hand crafted bungalows (fales) with open timber frames, thatch roofs and woven coconut leaf walls. With high ceilings giving the open plan room plenty of air and Louvre windows maximising the sea breezes, each fale has a Queen size bed with mosquito net, a stand fan, a small en-suite bathroom with hot water shower and flush toilet. Some fales have tiled floors, whilst others have a natural stone finish. Garden Fales are set back in light vegetation slightly larger in size and have a day bed which can sleep an extra guest; Beach Fales sit right on the beach with beautiful ocean views from private wooden verandas. Guests should be aware that this is a small outer island eco resort and you will probably share your fale accommodation with local insects including harmless house spiders and geckos which thrive amongst natural thatch building materials. All fales have 24-hr lights but no power sockets - these are available for guest use from the communal lounge.

Meals, with an emphasis on fresh fish and local fruit and vegetables, are cooked by the husband and wife couple (Mark & Veronica) from North America who ensure the resort runs smoothly and guests are well attended to including the serving of fresh coffee to each fale before breakfast. Snorkelling gear, kayaks and paddle boards are complimentary, whilst Mark, master boat builder, conducts island cruises in his hand built sea-faring outrigger canoe.