MATAVA RESORT | Travel | The Coral Triangle

MATAVA RESORT

PRICE STARTING FROM
US$400 - US$600 PER NIGHT

ENQUIRE

Bird Watching

Kayaking

Trekking

Wellbeing/Spa

Surfing

Diving

Snorkeling

Matava offers the unique blend of eco lodges and a little bit of luxury, set against the backdrop of pristine wilderness.


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PREVIEW

Matava is an eco adventure getaway offering you a fun and unique blend of cultural experiences and adventure activities in the environmentally pristine and remote island of Kadavu. Plunging volcanic rainforest slopes meet azure coral lagoons and the Great Astrolabe Barrier Reef, a rare untouched slice of nature unfolding before your eyes.

STAY

Matava offers accommodation for up to 22 guests in lush tropical surroundings in traditional thatched Fijian ‘bures’ with hardwood polished floors, louvre windows and private decks offering privacy, comfort and superb ocean views.

PLAY

Enjoy the resort's signature dive site – a feeding and cleaning station for oceanic manta rays, with a resident population always around to greet divers and snorkellers. just one of many dive sites near the resort. In addition to diving, enjoy yoga, meditation,  treatments at Bamboo Spa, plus activities such as bird watching, kayaking and surfing.

SUSTAIN

Matava Resort has been named the joint Silver-winner in the Best for Local Sourcing category at the World Responsible Tourism Awards 2015 in London. Matava was the first resort to receive the PADI Green Star award in the Asia Pacific region for their sustainable and eco-conscious environmental activities and business practices. It is the resort’s policy to promote and support conservation measures in their community. The resort uses solar power for electricity and hot water, sustainable contruction methods, an organic garden, plus a waste management and recylcing system. 

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