The Taveuni Island is popular for its wide range of dive sites like the Eel Reef as well as the Great White Wall, a stunning drop-off that is covered in pure white coral. In 1990, a Marine Park became a huge attraction at Waitabu as it combines coral and fish.
The Bouma National Heritage Park serves both hikers as well as nature lovers as it offers world-class birdwatching and spectacular hiking trails. Tourists will be able to spot a variety of bird species on the Taveuni Island including Silktails, Kula Lorikeets and Orange Doves.
Matei, a residential location on the northern point of Taveuni is also a popular ‘tourist hub’. There is a scatter of hotels, rental properties and guesthouses along the long road stretch which is crowned by beautiful palm tree plantations and bordered by the beach. Tourists can engage in swimming and diving activities in this area.