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Matava Resort Rooms

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    • Ocean View Bure

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      Matava Resort Amenities

      • Bar/Lounge
      • Breakfast Included
      • Designated Smoking Area
      • Honeymoon Suite
      • Laundry
      • Library
      • Non-Smoking Room
      • Ocean View Room
      • Restaurant
      • Room Service
      • Spa
      • Wi-Fi

      About Matava Resort

      Far from the hustle and bustle of modern day life, our guests get the rare opportunity to enjoy a real adventure on a remote undeveloped jungle covered island and explore one of the last remaining pristine coral barrier reefs on the planet.

      Our environmental policies and community activities are winning global awards but there is always a balance between convenience and the environment. Hopefully this information will help you understand a bit more about a Matava adventure and help steer your decision as to whether it seems like heaven on earth to you or not ‘quite your cup of tea’!

      Matava is deliberately situated so as to maximize your experience and spirit of adventure. To highlight breathtaking views, some accommodation bures are high up with steps and steep paths so our guests need a reasonable degree of agility and fitness. We are well away from population centers and the inevitable damage they cause to the environment. There are no roads, honking traffic or pollution, just the sounds of wildlife and waves breaking out on the Great Astrolabe Barrier Reef. You are embarking on an exciting adventure that we are sure you will remember for the rest of your life.

      The following information should help maximize your experience.

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