Matamanoa Island Resort is located on its namesake isle, part of the Mamanuca island group. Located just 30km to the west of Nadi International Airport, this 4 star resort feels like an exotic little world of its own, blessed with crystalline waters, powder-soft sands and lush tropical foliage. Here honeymooners can savour mouthwatering cuisine, indulgent spa treatments and a variety of unforgettable activities and adventures, all set against a backdrop of awe-inspiring beauty.
Honeymoon resort information
Resort RoomsMeasuring a spacious 25sqm in size, each of these charming studio-size units faces out over the dazzling spectacle of the beach and the Matamanoa reef. Enjoy a blissful night’s rest in your plush super king-sized bed with its hand-carved mahogany headboard, catch up on your online correspondence at the desk, or sip a cup of tea or coffee while unwinding on your own private covered verandah.
Beachfront BuresThese stunning 54sqm lodgings were inspired by the jewel-like hues and intriguing textures of the Matamanoa reef and are sure to take your breath away from the moment you check in. Not only that, each bure comes with an array of luxurious amenities and also features an outdoor shower, a covered deck, a gazebo with daybed and a pristine plunge pool with beach recliners.
Beachfront VillasThere are 9 of these remarkable beach villas available, located on the island’s secluded North Beach. Each 57sqm split-level villa boasts a lavish master bedroom on the top level, with a super king bed and double wardrobes, while on the lower level you will find the tastefully furnished lounge. Step outside, and honeymooners will also discover an outdoor shower, a spacious furnished deck, a thatched gazebo with daybed, and your very own private plunge pool.
There is also a plethora of other enjoyable complimentary activities to try out during your stay on the island. These range from canoeing, beach volleyball, Fijian cookery lessons, tennis and mountain hiking to snorkeling lessons, beach soccer and green coconut tasting.
Additional paid activities can also be enjoyed; these include scuba diving, courtesy of Deep Blue Diving & Water Sports, Island Hopping, fishing excursions and village visits.
Vale Ni BiauWith a name that translates beautifully as House of Waves, Matamanoa’s restaurant unsurprisingly blesses you with spectacular views of the ocean, to be savoured while choosing from an impressive menu of both international and local delicacies. Breakfast each morning is complimentary and includes tropical fruits, cereals, pancakes, fruit juices, muffins and tea and coffee, while lunch is an a la carte affair. Don’t forget to check the daily specials on the blackboard before you make your choice!