Located on Savusavu, Vanua Levu, the Koro Sun Resort is aimed at those travellers who want to skip the ‘tourist traps’ and head for the real deal. Its pristine beauty, loads of activities, especially diving, make for an unbeatable combination.
Vanua Levu is smaller than the Fijian mainland of Viti Levu and therefore, less discovered, photographed or experienced. With its sheltered coves for roving yachts, crystal-clear waters, amazing marine life and preserved Fijian culture and tradition– Vanua Levu is what travellers want in Fiji. The Koro Sun Resort is just a 15-minute ride from Savusavu’s airport and travellers love the scenic beauty of the hills, rainforests and the pale blue waters of the Pacific on either side of the road.
The resort is ideally situated between the slopes of a rainforest and the white sand beach. There is a picturesque jetty, protected by a line of overwater villas and the resort prides itself on a host of land and water-based activities – especially diving. Koro has a fully-certified dive shop which teaches new enthusiasts to learn diving and several dive sites where divers can come face-to-face with pods of dolphins, gloriously beautiful soft coral reefs. Travellers also have a choice of two beaches, (one of them private) to sun, snorkel and swim. There is a nine-hole golf course for fun, as well as tennis courts. However, the adventurous can hike up to the magnificent Vuodomo Waterfalls, kayak on the Salt River or go for hikes in the woodlands. Of course, we would also suggest experiencing the warm Fijian hospitality during a traditional village visit. Also, the Koro Sun Resort has no less than three huge freshwater pools.
The resort offers travellers a large choice in accommodation. There are three sites around which the villas and bures/rooms are located – in the resort gardens, nestled in the hills or situated around the water’s edge. Koro also offers its guests the choice to stay in a ‘floating bure’ or a two-storey treetop bure. From cosy garden bures for couples to the massive five-bedroom Mountain Top Villa overlooking the resort, Koro has something for every type of traveller.
When it comes to food and drinks, the Koro Sun Resort leaves no stone unturned. The Palm Grove Restaurant is the main dining venue, specialising in Pacific Rim cuisine, while Latitude 17 is the waterfront restaurant offering fresh seafood platters and Asian-fusion cuisine. The resort prides itself on growing all its produce and meat, while sourcing the seafood locally. Also, the resort’s Edgewater Beach Club features a swim-up bar and grill for cocktails and quick bites.
The resort could have been just a diver’s delight, with superb dive sites and great snorkelling to be sampled, but the location, villas and the warm hospitality make it a delight for families, couples, adventurers and all. For all-inclusive Fiji holiday packages to the Koro Sun Resort, check out our Hot Deals. Our South Pacific Specialists are able to bundle stays, meals, drinks, transfers, bonus seasonal activities and even airfare at the best rates. Alternatively, fill out the Enquiry Form for group packages and customisations to our existing packages. Or just call us up directly on 1300 991 751, we love to talk about all things Fiji!