Matana South Seas Plantation

Fiji | Pacific Ocean

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  • Size806 acres
  • Price USD 9,500,000 (plus VAT if any)
  • LocationKoro Island
  • Country/State Fiji
  • Region Pacific Ocean

Tourism/residential resort development or the perfect private retreat

Matana Plantation, on Koro Island, originally a coconut plantation, is a superb waterfront property of 806 acres of freehold land comprising over 4 miles of white sand swimming beaches, private coves and deep water bays, coastal points, pristine diving reefs with beachfront and flat usable land and elevated sites offering panoramic stunning ocean views. 

Such a large parcel of freehold land is a rarity in Fiji.

Matana Plantation is ideal for both a private residential retreat and/or a fully integrated multi-resort development with residential estates, marina, shops, commercial zone, and golf courses. Natural spring waters with a waterfall, an abundance of tropical fruits and unique flora and fauna are added advantages.

Matana Plantation offers spectacular beaches with deep water anchorage suitable for small and large vessels. The bays are sheltered from the trade winds and provide protection from tropical storms. 

Koro Island lies in the Koro Sea, the sea named after it, part of the South Pacific Ocean. It is south of Fiji's second largest island Vanua Levu and northeast of Fiji's main island Viti Levu. The island is situated in the Lomaiviti Archipelago, an island group consisting of seven main islands of which Koro. Koro is the seventh largest island in Fiji and measures about 30 kilometers from North to South. It is approximately 110 square kilometers and has 14 small villages along the coast and about 5000 people living on the island.

The waters to the west of Koro Island are named the Bligh Waters, after Captain William Bligh of Mutiny on the Bounty fame. It was Captain Bligh, who escaped in a lifeboat post-mutiny, who made the first European passage in this part of the world.
If you are on the lookout for that very special private retreat or for a unique environment to develop a residential/resort development then you must consider the Matana Plantation. 




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