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Honeymoon Bure Amenities

  • Balcony
  • Mosquito Net
  • Private Bathrooom

About the Honeymoon Bure

Matava’s top end Honeymoon Bures are scattered widely on the hill behind Matava to ensure complete privacy and stunning vistas.

Built in the traditional thatched Fijian style and finely finished with polished mahogany timber floors, large airy louvre windows, King Size timber four poster beds and private decks. The expansive full length picture windows openning onto your private deck with views across the ocean. The Honeymoon Bures are each nestled in their own nook in the rainforest to offer privacy, comfort and superb ocean views.

Surrounded in beautiful tropical gardens and immersed in lush rainforest the Honeymoon Bures are a true heaven of privacy within the beauty of Fiji’s natural environment.

All these new design bures have new private facilities and expansive private decks. Solar power provides night lighting in the Honeymoon Bures for night time reading and comfort. Hot water is supplied to all the bures by Matava’s eco-friendly Solar Hot Water system.

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