Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa
One of Fiji's few floating bures
Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa Fiji
This luxury resort celebrates the impressive flora, fauna and rich cultural heritage of Fiji and the greater South Pacific.
This hidden paradise is nestled in 160 acres of land on Savusavu Island and buffered by rainforest and a private lagoon.
It one of a few Fiji resorts offering floating bures and attracts couples and families alike. It’s romantic, adventurous and a casual beach chic that makes for a rewarding holiday.
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This is one of Fiji’s few over-water accommodations available and a real treat. There are various room categories to suit each traveller.
Botanical rooms are around the garden and there are apartments, two bedroom bures and two bedroom with pool bures plus a tree top honeymoon villa, lighthouse honeymoon villa and three bedroom villa.
Edgewater lagoon rooms category has floating bures and edgewater bures.
Finally, there are three exceptional villas for the ultimate privacy and they are called the Mountain Top villa, Visi villa and Dalo villa.
Dining is a real treat here and there is the Palm Grove Restaurant, Latitude 17 on the waterfront, The Sand Bar and Grill for casual dining and a swim up bar called Wai Bar and Grill.
A Rainforest Spa welcomes guests with its trickling streams, calling birds and outstanding treatment menu.
The Jungle Kids Club offers a complimentary “Bula buddy” service for cildren as well as a unique (Meimei) Nanny service within the kids club facilities. Activities abound for all ages too from treasure hunts, reef walks, fish feeding to cooking classes and forest walks.
Complimentary activities include guided snorkelling, kayaking and snorkel trips, rainforest trekking, a herbal walk, cycling, coconut demonstrations, handline fishing, golf, local village Sunday church service, pearl presentations, flower arranging, lovo (cooking in underground ovens) Meke (Fijian dancing), tennis and volleyball.
There are some fantastic excursions available too (additional fee) like snorkelling and diving trips, pearl farm visits, waterfall and rainforest tours and town and market trips to name a few!