Long, Lazy, White Beaches, a Romantic Treehouse and World-Class Diving
This gorgeous, horseshoe-shaped, 240-acre island is all that remains of an ancient volcano that fell away into the sea, leaving behind one of the finest beaches in Fiji.
Palm-fringed, it wraps around the submerged crater, now filled with deep sapphire waters, beside which you’ll find the island’s only accommodations, the Matangi Island Resort. Built by the island’s owners to host just twenty-eight guests in fourteen circular Polynesian-influenced bures, this island retreat includes three Honeymoon Treehouses, each perched off the ground in enormous almond trees, offering complete privacy and romance, as well as superb views of the Tasman Straits.
Paradoxically, children are actually welcome at the Matangi – a rarity among South Pacific resorts.