Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa's Edgewater Bures Reopen

Edgewater Bures // Photo by Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa

The sun is shining again on Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa. After a devastating blow from cyclone Winston earlier this year, the resort announced the re-opening of its Edgewater Bures following an extensive rebuild and renovation, making Edgewater Bures better than ever.

The Edgewater bures and villas are the first of their kind on the Fiji Islands, offering each guest a private veranda and lagoon access right from their doorstep. Each traditionally Fijan-styled bure includes a master bedroom with a king-size bed and luxury linens, indoor and tropical outdoor showers, a private elevated porch above the ocean and lagoon access via a “climb down” ladder and a private beach where guests can enjoy their own private daybed.

Each bure stay still offers ground transportation pick up from Savusavu Airport, express check in service, a coconut oil foot rub/bath and leg massage, daily continental breakfast, a welcome bottle of wine, afternoon tea and a variety of non-motorized activities.

For those looking for the ultimate lap of luxury, we recommend booking the Passion Under the Palms package. In celebration of the reopening of the Edgewater accommodations, the resort is offering a new “Passion Under the Palms” package which includes a champagne breakfast; orchid island candlelit dinner with horse d’oeuvres and three-course seafood platter; a 90-minute spa treatment, complete with the resort’s signature Banana Leaf Body Wrap and a couples massage; a guided snorkeling trip; complimentary Sulu (or sarong); fantasy suite turndown service featuring floating candles and a trio of desserts; a water fall expedition and village visit spotlighting a kava presentation; a tour of the nearby J. Hunter Pearl Farm and a private beach picnic, including a picnic basket from the resort’s kitchen with fresh fruit. The package also includes airport transfers to and from Savusavu Airport, three daily meals, afternoon tea and non-motorized resort activities.

Guests of the resort can also enjoy complimentary snorkeling, kayaking, rainforest trekking, stand up paddle boarding, hand line fishing, golf, cycling, traditional lovo feasts with tradition Fijian cuisine, the Fijian dance “meke”, croquet, bocce ball, tennis, cooking classes, weekly church services and visits to local Fijian schools.

The package is valid for travel now through March 31, 2017. On top of the deal, the resort is offering a 30 percent discount on these rooms for travelers booking three nights or more until March 2017.

Located on Fiji’s second largest island Vanua Levu, known as “Fiji’s Hidden Paradise,”  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.