"We stayed for a week in the over water bungalow. The bungalow is showing its age, however still really comfortable. This is five star location, with the balcony over looking the ocean. The air conditioning worked really well and the room is equipped with a fridge that stayed cold, coffee making facilities ..."
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Frequently asked questions
You’ll find info explaining Matautu quarantine policies, travel restrictions and much more by checking out our Covid-19 Travel Advisor.
We totally understand that sometimes life doesn’t go according to plan. If you’ve booked a Matautu holiday package and need to cancel or amend it, we’re here to help. We suggest visiting our Customer Service Portal first for information. But generally, if you’ve booked your package in the last 24 hours, you may be able to cancel or amend your itinerary at no cost. If it’s been longer than 24 hours, your airline, hotel or car rental company may impose a fee.
If saving money is a priority, February is the best time to take a break in Matautu. October is generally the priciest month, so you’ll need a bigger travel budget if you visit then. September, August, July are the peak season months and when this destination is often at its best. Alternatively, consider January, October, February if you’d prefer a quieter escape.
It can be hard to know exactly when is the perfect time to book your Matautu trip. But typically the earlier you book, the cheaper the prices. Sometimes, you can reserve your flights and hotels up to 12 months prior to departure. If you’re thinking of a last-minute getaway, no need to stress! There are great bargains advertised on Expedia every single day.
A package can be easier on the bank balance than separately booking all you need for your adventure. For example, bundle your flights, hotels and rental cars and score big savings. Whatever your holiday plans, there’s bound to be a package within your budget.