Coral coast - a beachcomber’s paradise!
The Coral Coast is a stunning 80km stretch of coastline between Sigatoka and Suva, on the southern shores of the main island of Viti Levu. Lined with sleepy villages and unspoilt beaches, the Coral Coast offers a wide variety of cultural activities and fun outdoor activities for everyone. Look out for village roadside stalls selling seasonal fruit or local hot corn. Many of the beaches offer serene, crystal clear swimming conditions perfect for families with young children. If you surf, you can be lucky enough to catch a wave when conditions are right.
Sigatoka River Safari
Fiji’s multiple award-winning Sigatoka River Safari will transport you way off the beaten track along the Sigatoka River, deep into the Fijian interior aboard their custom built safari jet boats.
The Sigatoka River is the longest waterway on the main island of Viti Levu stretching from the hills of Navosa Province right down to the Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park on the famous Coral Coast. Soak up local village life and taste something out of the ordinary as your guide introduces you to the heart and soul of Fiji.
Sigatoka River Safari
KULA WILD Adventure Park
Founded in 1997, KULA WILD Adventure Park is the largest, most diverse family fun park in Fiji. Here you will find something to entertain everyone! This fun park is home to Fiji’s spectacular bird, reptile and marine life and is the only captive breeding facility in Fiji for endangered Fiji endemic species. Enjoy a nature walk through acres of beautiful natural forest with elevated boardwalks allowing exploration from the valley floor to the forest canopy, and be sure to try out the jungle waterslide and roller-coaster zip rail - perfect for the whole family.
Sigatoka Sand Dunes - Fiji’s first National Park
The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park is one of 14 Heritage Sites administered by the National Trust of Fiji. It is Fiji’s first National Park, established in 1987 to protect its unique natural and cultural heritage and is located at the mouth of the Sigatoka River. The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park is one of the most important archaeological sites in Fiji and the Pacific. You can explore this scenic and unique ecosystem on your own or request a guided tour from the rangers at the Visitor Information Centre. The very knowledgeable rangers can provide you with an informative introduction to the Park and how to navigate its walking tracks.
The park is open daily from 8:00am to 5:00pm.
Ecotrax - Fun for Everyone!
Experience the world’s only rail-mounted electric assisted push bike carriages (velocipedes) with Ecotrax, a unique and incredibly scenic adventure suitable for absolutely everyone. You may enjoy at your own pace or pedal (or use your accelerator), to cruise along the train tracks enjoying the beautiful forest, rock cuttings, Fijian villages and fields where you will find a Bula smile around every corner. Included in this experience is a remote beach location where you can enjoy delicious local fruits and refreshing coconut water as well as swimming and snorkelling in the turquoise clear waters.
Stunning Natadola Bay Golf CourseThe Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course is open daily for players of all levels and perfectly blends world-class golf architecture, with dramatic landscapes from rolling pastures through to absolute beachfront. This championship golf course with a sparkling backdrop of coral reefs and the Pacific Ocean on 15 out of the 18 holes, will ensure that keeping your concentration is a challenge. Styled in traditional South Pacific architecture the clubhouse is the ultimate vantage point for breath-taking views across the golf course, coral reefs and rolling surf breaks. No round will be complete without enjoying a meal and a beverage from the open air bar and restaurant.
Stunning Natadola Bay Golf Course
Sigatoka ‘Salad Bowl’ MarketsVibrant markets in the heart of Sigatoka are full of incredibly fresh produce that predominantly come from the nearby farms and market gardens in Sigatoka Valley, also known as the ‘Salad Bowl’ of Fiji. Here you will find all sorts of delicious local delights from the sweetest of fresh seasonal fruits, fragrant herbs and a wide variety of vegetables through to fresh fish. A hot tip is to visit the markets as early as possible to ensure you get the pick of the bunch!
Sigatoka ‘Salad Bowl’ Markets
Hot Glass FijiStunning tropical colours and shapes form as you try your hand at Fiji’s first and only glass blowing studio, Hot Glass Fiji. Sign up for their workshop or you can watch the team in action as they gather, shape and colour the golden molten glass. With beautiful ocean views Hot Glass Fiji is located on the Sunset Strip in Korotogo on Fiji’s Coral Coast.
Tavuni Hill Fort
The beauty of the Coral Coast lies in little historic gems like the Tavuni Hill Fort located in the upper Sigatoka Valley, on a steep 90-metre limestone ridge.
Built in the 18th century by Tongan chief Maile Latumai, the site is only four kilometres east of Sigatoka town and features sacred grave sites, terraces for barricade fencing, ceremonial ground and a vatu ni bokola (head-chopping stone).
There are many examples of fortification sites around Fiji but the Tavuni Hill Fort is one of the most accessible and has magnificent views over the Sigatoka Valley.
Momi Battery Historic Park
For history buffs, the Momi Bay Historical Park, commonly known as the Momi Gun Site, should be on your must visit list. Located on the western side of Viti Levu, the site is one of six gun batteries installed during the Second World War, to protect Fiji against possible invasion by the Japanese.
With stunning views out to the Malolo Barrier Reef and the Mamanuca Islands, the site overlooks the Navula passage. The area was protected during World War II being close to one of the few breaks and deep water passages and entry points into western Fiji.
Momi Battery Historic Park
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