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Koro Sun Resort Reopens The Edgewater Bure Accommodation

Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa is excited to announce the reopening of their Edgewater Bure’s following an extensive rebuilding process in the wake of cyclone Winston earlier this year.
12 Jul 2016 09:34
Koro Sun Resort Reopens The Edgewater Bure Accommodation
Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa’s Edgewater bures have reopened now.

Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa is excited to announce the reopening of their Edgewater Bure’s following an extensive rebuilding process in the wake of cyclone Winston earlier this year.

Each traditionally Fijian-styled bure boasts a master bedroom with expansive king-size bed, indoor and tropical outdoor showers, a private porch elevated above the ocean with direct lagoon access via ‘climb down’ ladder.

Guests can sink their toes into the sand with a private beach area or rest and relax on their very own private daybed.

US Owner Jack Young said:  “We are excited to welcome guests back once again to these beautiful bures that have been completely restored to their original glory.

“The Edgewater bures and villas are the first of their kind in the Fiji Islands, allowing guests to enjoy a private beach veranda, and the beauty of the ocean with easy access to and from the lagoon right at their doorstep.”

In celebration of the reopening of the Edgewater accommodations, the Resort is offering a 30% discount on these rooms, prices starting from US$543 per couple per night for travel until March 2017.

Note this is based on double occupancy with a three-night minimum stay required.

 

The package deal

Each bure stay comes complete with ground transportation pick up at Savusavu Airport, express check in service, a coconut oil foot rub/bath and leg massage upon arrival.

It also includes continental breakfast daily, a bottle of wine upon arrival, afternoon tea, and a full range of non-motorised activities.

As part of the package, guests can enjoy complimentary  snorkeling, kayaking, rainforest trekking, stand up paddle boarding, hand line fishing, golf, cycling and traditional lovo feast, (traditional Fijian cuisine).

This is in addition to meke (Fijian dance), croquet, bocce ball, tennis, cooking classes, weekly church service, a visit to a Fijian village school, and a visit the nearby pearl farm.

Koro Sun Resort is  situated on 160 lush tropical acres, that flows from the rainforest to the reef,  providing guests with a unique rainforest retreat right on the waterfront.

SOURCE: KORO SUN RESORT & RAINFOREST SPA

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