There’s a new kind of accommodation in the South Pacific: Edgewater Floating Bures.
The Koro Sun Resort & Rainforest Spa, in the northern remote island of Savusavu in Fiji, just introduced this unique room type. It is the latest addition to their “Edgewater Lagoon”, and is Fiji’s only “floating” accommodation.
Guests who stay here can experience a direct on-the-water experience. These adults-only bures (deluxe Fijian bungalows) are 380 square feet in size, each floating within the protected marina of the resort. They are perfect for those who love to snorkel, swim and kayak.
Each Floating Bure offers jetty access just a short distance from land, as well, a two-person kayak is tied to the 120 sq foot private front deck, offering guests easy access to the pristine water that surrounds their new floating home away from home.
The bures have a traditional Fijian style with touches of nautical decor, native “Dongo” wood accents, as well as tropical thatched roofs. All include a King-sized built-in bed, modern bathroom with shower, separate lounge area, mini fridge, as well as air conditioning throughout. The new Edgewater Floating Bures offer Fiji’s only floating accommodations!
The Koro Sun Resort Fiji boasts a beautiful lush tropical setting, turquoise waters, and a genuine Fijian experience. There are 51 private, air-conditioned bures and villas in total, which are spacious and feature individually appointed decor.
In celebration of the new, Edgewater Floating Bures, the Resort is now offering promotional rates of 20% off.
Please contact us for more details by visiting our website at www.goway.com.
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