Matei Maravu Taveuni Lodge - Update 2018 Rates
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Careful - it's very nice here. In Maravu everything revolves around ecotourism adventure, rural style and a lot of entertainment. Taveuni and its lovely neighbouring islets are located near Taveuni airport and just outside the town of Matei. Taveuni area' s renowned cliffs make it a divers' heaven.
It is a stage designed for interacting with old-fashioned insular lifestyle, as well as cultural and adventurous activities. Most of the meals are prepared with all kinds of fruit, vegetables and shellfish. It is often welcome for visitors to familiarize themselves with the way meals are prepared and the cuisine. There is also a breathtaking little sand islet in the dolphinslaguna, with sole entrance to the Maravu people.
Room categories included B&B, Ocean View Villas, large group rooms and even a tree house! Each room has parquet flooring, high ceiling, and is decorated in a coconut plantation.