Maravu Taveuni Lodge
Hotel, 8-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
Main Coast Rd, Taveuni Island, 0000 Matei, Fiji
Situated a short walk from Taveuni Beach, Maravu Taveuni Lodge offers accommodation with access to the beach and a colorful and vibrant reef. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. You can relax on the 'clifftop lookout which offers panoramic views of the beautiful blue Taveuni waters. The on-site cafe serves à la carte and traditional Fijian meals using local seafood, fruits and vegetables. Maravu Taveuni Lodge is 3 minutes’ drive from the Matei Village and 5 minutes’ drive from boats to the Rainbow Reef, a further 25-minute trip away. Taveuni Lodge is 12.4 miles from the famous Bouma Waterfalls.
❝Absolutely fantastic place! You feel like a part of family. Daily cleaning of your Bure is very nice. You get everything that you need. Good food for decent money. Savi and the team are absolutely brilliant hosts! Don't hesitate, just go over there ;)❞
❝The location is perfect, set just off the beach in the hills and is so quiet, beautiful views. The staff are also fantastic; they make a real effort to learn your name and are so so helpful and kind!❞
Taveuni is the third-largest island in Fiji, after Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, with a total land area of 434 square kilometres. The cigar-shaped island, a massive shield volcano which rises from the floor of the Pacific Ocean, is situated 6.5 kilometres to the east of Vanua Levu, across the Somosomo Strait. It belongs to the Vanua Levu Group of islands and is part of Fiji's Cakaudrove Province within the Northern Division. The island had a population of around 19,000, some 75 per cent of them indigenous Fijians, at the 2015 census. Taveuni has abundant flora and is known as the 'Garden Island of Fiji'. It is a popular tourist destination. Tourists are attracted to the excellent diving opportunities, prolific bird life, bushwalks and waterfalls. Central parts of the island receive very high rainfall rates. Being volcanic in origin Taveuni's soils have supported the island's most historically significant industry, agriculture.