Kadavu Highlights

5 days/4 nights

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The Kadavu Highlights trip combines superb sea-kayaking and snorkeling with overnight stays in two resorts.

Also included is a visit to a Fijian village for a lunch, and daily opportunities to enjoy beautiful beaches, forest-hikes and leisure-time.

Each day you’ll kayak palm-fringed stretches of coastline and snorkel amongst majestic coral formations. Whatever the weather or sea conditions, our knowledgeable, local guides will lead you to the best local sites and ensure you see some of the highlights of Kadavu.

Crystal water

The trip will be private, for just your group. Because of this, the guides can easily adjust the activity level to suit. With the support motor-boat nearby everyone can sea-kayak as much or as little as they choose. Non-paddlers and children are welcome.

More about the accommodation:

Matava is on the south-east coast of Kadavu Island, Papageno on the north-west. Both resorts are small and environmentally-conscious. Rooms are located throughout lush, tropical gardens bordered by the forest and the ocean. Each bedroom has its own private bathroom.

Matava and Papageno both have organic gardens and well-stocked bars serving cocktails, cold beer and a selection of wines.

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'Trips for Six'

Discounts for groups

Get a group of six or more together and reduce everyone’s price.

How it works: Instead of the regular per person price, we’ll give you a special per group price.
As the group's coordinator its up to you to decide how to split the 'Trips for Six' price. You might:

  • surprise your friends and family by paying for everyone.
  • divide the amount equally among all participants.
  • get the rest of the group to share the cost so you travel for free.

Who is it for? Extended families, groups of friends, hiking & kayaking clubs, corporate groups, etc.

'Trips for Six' discounts are available only for bookings made directly with
Tamarillo Active Travel. Contact us to learn more.

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Photo credits: Village Explorer/Slice of Kadavu, both by Greg von Doersten.