Matava - Fiji's Premier Eco Adventure Resort

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On the remote and magnificent island of Kadavu, Matava - Fiji's Premier Eco Adventure Resort boasts secluded splendour whilst also satisfying your spirit of adventure. Bordered by the Great Astrolabe Reef and set amidst lush tropical surroundings, Matava is a small and intimate getaway.

Matava main bure in Kadavu Fiji

Matava, Fiji's Premier Eco Adventure Resort

Matava is designed to blend with its natural environment. Traditional thatched Fijian bures nestled in the rainforest accommodate up to 22 guests and offer privacy, comfort and superb ocean views.
As a PADI certified resort
and only a stone's throw away from the Great Astrolabe Reef, Matava offers the perfect environment to scuba dive in Fiji , snorkel, surf , fish, kayak with opportunities to trek, visit villages , bird watch or simply relax and unwind.

Matava, Fiji's Premier Eco Adventure Resort

Matava, Fiji's Premier Eco Adventure Resort

Matava is a genuine eco-hideaway
designed to cause minimal impact on the environment and to promote conservation awareness with our local community and visitors.

Ecologically conscious yet adventure driven Matava heralds a new breed in holiday experience.

 
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