We have two separate accommodations on the island of Taveuni, one at Matei Pointe and the other at the southern end of the island.
Yanuyanu Bungalow, Matei Point
Have the best of both worlds!
Dive at the retreat and then stay at our Yanuyanu bungalow at Matei Pointe to explore Fiji’s third largest island, Taveuni, known as Fiji’s Garden Island. Yanuyanu is a self contained bungalow with a full kitchen, master bed room, dining area and living room with 2 daybeds which can be converted into regular single beds.
Enjoy the beautiful view over the Somosomo Strait from the veranda, go for a swim on the beach below or explore the surrounding islands by kayak. From here you can easily reach Bouma National Heritage Park or Lavena Coastal Walk. Enjoy the customs, culture and hospitality of the local Fijians.
The Taveuni Guesthouse
Our guesthouse is located close to Vuna and provides a nice base for exploring the island. Horse Riding, Rainforest Walks, Waterfalls and of course a visit to the Date Line are some of the many choices to make or simply hang out on the veranda and watch the sun go down over the Somosomo Strait. Whichever you choose, there is something for everyone.
A nice way to end your diving holiday, or a trip on its own - our Taveuni Guesthouse is a different experience. It overlooks the ocean on the southern side of Taveuni close to Vuna; in walking distance of a black sandy beach and great snorkeling right in front of the house, you are almost back to civilization. Horse Riding, Rainforest Walks, Waterfalls and of course a visit to the Date Line are some of the many choices to make or simply hang out on the veranda and watch the sun go down over the Somosomo Strait.
You can share the house with Simmi and Kamal and enjoy Simmi’s fantastic Indian cooking or you can rent the house for your family and cook for yourself (or still enjoy Simmi’s cooking). The rooms are not fancy but very comfortable and clean. Most meals are taken on the veranda overlooking the Somosomo Strait. The inside of the house is non smoking and you have to bring your own alcohol, however soft drinks and kava are readily available. Power comes from a generator and during off power times you have solar lights.
Whichever you choose, there is something for everyone at our Taveuni Island locations.
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