With crystal clear water, white sand beaches, lush rain-forests and tropical islands, it's easy to see why Fiji was voted the happiest place on Earth.
Fiji is an island country in Melanesia in the South Pacific Ocean about 1,100 nautical miles northeast of New Zealand's North Island. The country comprises an archipelago of more than 332 islands, of which 110 are permanently inhabited, and more than 500 islets. The two major islands are Viti Levu and Vanua Levu.
In a country blessed with an abundance of scenic beauty,the Sigatoka Sand Dunes stand out as one of the more unique wonders of Fiji.
Kula WILD Adventure Park on Fiji's Coral Coast is the biggest family fun park in Fiji. This Wild Life Park lets you get up close and personal with iguanas, snakes and more. A kilometer of walkways wander through acres of tropical forest. See parrots, lories, fruit bats and more in walkthrough habitats. Kid's will enjoy the Splash Pool while mum & dad relax at the Splash Café. With a 110 meter long “Kula Splash Mountain Jungle Water slide and Kula Canopy flier Roller coaster Zip Rail” there is something for everyone to enjoy.Bring your camera and help hand feed the sea turtles.
The Biausevu Waterfall (also known as Savu Na Mate Laya Falls) is a pretty 20m waterfall on the Coral Coast of southern Viti Levu near the Biausevu village. The waterfall slides down in two tiers. In between the tiers, it looked like the stream actually launched in a small waterwheel before making its final descent.
Fiji is an amazing holiday destination and this video will show you why.
A few miles north of Natadola Beach on Fiji's Coral Coast and only 40 minutes drive from Nadi, this 25 acre island paradise lies only 10 minutes across the bay from Viti Levu in calm clear waters. Access is boat only and includes a 30 minute river cruise followed by a short trip across the lagoon.
Bula and Welcome to Fiji’s first and original Off-Road tour, Off-Road Cave Safari! We offer you an adventure that will take you along the road less travelled, seeing more of the beauty of Fiji’s interior and learning more about the cannibalism history of Fiji’s largest cave system, the Naihehe Cave. All our tours begin from the Coral Coast town of Sigatoka, once you have been transported safely and comfortably aboard one of our safari mini-coaches. Our Off-Road Cave Safari guides and drivers are trained to the highest standard to manoeuvrethese powerful vehicles transporting you safely and comfortably to the largest cave in Fiji. We have combined the modern method of a vehicle barge with the age old Fijian technique of ‘bilibili’ or ‘push push punt’ to get you and our ATVS across the mighty Sigatoka River. Once you’re strapped up, your Off Road guided ATV driver will start your journey along the road less travelled by sharing their knowledge and stories about the nearby villages and what life in the village is like. Along the way you are able to see locals going about their daily lives. The scenery on this side of the island is unrivalled and from this particular point, you feel like you are on top of the world looking down on nature in all its beauty! Many photo opportunities exist and this is just one of the many amazing locations as you travel through jaw dropping hills and green so rich, that you will begin to feel that you are indeed far away from the rest of the world. Then after some 35 minutes on the road less travelled, you will arrive at the bete’s or high priest’s residence/home/house. The priest and his family will warmly welcome you for visiting their part of the world and our female guests are then asked to wear their complimentary safari sulus, provided to them. The priests’ family is made up of four brothers and their families and are from nearby Sautabu village. They have been the traditional keepers of the Naihehe Cave for centuries. Legend has it that no one can go inside the cave without seeking their blessings or true to the meaning of Naihehe, one will get lost if they venture into the cave by themselves. The sevusevu or traditional offering of yaqona, otherwise known as kava is presented to the priest seeking his blessing and guidance. Your guide will be on hand to explain or answer any questions you may have on Fijian traditions and customs. After the kava ceremony, the priest along with your Off Road Cave Safari guide will lead you to the entrance of the Naihehe Cave, a mere 5 minute stroll away. Upon reaching the entrance, take note of the vines hanging on the exterior and as you venture into Fiji’s largest cave, with only flashlights and lanterns to light up the cave, you will be left in awe as you realize that you are about to explore one of Fiji’s greatest treasures The cave is more than 170 meters long and as you go through the initial small opening and into a small cavern, you will soon find yourself in a larger part of the cave. There is another low passage that is also known as the "pregnancy gap', legend has it that if a woman were to hide her pregnancy, she would not be able to pass through the passage way. The "pregnancy gap" passage way allows little more than head height above the waterline to squeeze through into the main cave chamber. Naihehe Cave was once a fortress for a cannibal tribe and still contains a cannibal oven, a ritual platform, the sacred priest chamber and other reminders of its cannibal history. Notable for their massive size and unusual natural characteristics, the caves also feature escape routes high up on the cave ceiling. Warriors used these openings to gather food and other essentials from the outside as the enemies waited at the cave entrance. Over the years, these escape routes have been sealed by natural causes. With other hidden chambers and tales of underwater caves within the Naihehe Cave, you will be left to wonder of the rich history of these once cannibal caves. After exploring and learning all about the Naihehe Cave, you will proceed to the priest house where a mouth watering barbeque lunch complete with fresh fruit and juice awaits you. Bring along a change of clothes as you are bound to take a swim in the nearby fresh water swimming hole as you enjoy the company of your new friends. And before you know it, it’s time to head back in your guided ATVs…waving goodbye to your new friends… and as the fresh Sigatoka Valley breeze cools you down, you can’t help but appreciate the lushness of the region, and feel at ease knowing that you’ve travelled the road less travelled in FIJI!
On the southwestern side of the main island of Viti Levu, the coastal Queen’s Highway snakes its way between Nadi’s International Airport and Suva, Fiji’s Capital. The beaches vary along this coastline between white and brown sand, but the steadfast view of waves breaking on the fringing coral reef is mesmerising. This is the Coral Coast. Beginning 15 kilometres south of Nadi Town, sugarcane fields, pine forests and, of course, the powerful South Pacific Ocean are the canvas of picturesque scenes. At the midway point, Warwick Naviti Resort provides the perfect hotel outpost for exploring tropical pleasures, like the Sigatoka Valley Tour. Game fishing, diving and river jet boating empower the adventurous. Cave, waterfall and historic sand dune tours, along with Fiji’s only ecotourism park, bolster Coral Coast activities to suit Fiji Island vacations.
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