Fiji Foodie Adventures You Have to Try

Kokomana Chocolate Farm, Fiji
Kokomana Chocolate Farm, Fiji

Savoring Sustainability: Exploring Fiji's Food Farm Tours

Food farm tours are fairly new to Fiji but they’re a delightful (and insightful) way to spend a lazy afternoon. If you’re a fan of food, culture and wandering walks, here are a few tours you might enjoy.

Fiji Foodie Adventures


Bula Coffee

Crop to Cup Tour

Proudly Fiji-grown and made, Bula Coffee have been teaming up with remote villages to harvest and roast wild, organic coffee beans and directly boost the rural economy. From their first 20kg harvest in 2011, they now buy coffee beans from more than 5,000 people.

Curious about their process? Peek behind the scenes on a guided Crop to Cup tour at their headquarters on the Coral Coast, just a short drive from the Sigatoka Sand Dunes. Follow it up with fantastic brews and dessert at their café or buy some bags to take home with you because every cup makes a difference. Tours available on weekdays from 8am – 5pm.
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Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort

Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort – Farm to Fork Dinner Show

Sheraton Fiji takes farm to fork freshness to new heights with dinner at their organic farm in the heart of the Denarau Golf Course. Join the farmer on a sunset stroll through the gardens and follow up his informative talk with sundowners from the outdoor bar.

Fijian culture takes centerstage for the evening with a kava ceremony, traditional lovo feast from the earth oven and lively traditional meke and fire dances. This twice-weekly dining experience is only open to the resort’s guests.
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Bulaccino Organic Farm Tour

Bulaccino Farm Tour

Bulacccino Café is known for their great coffee and fresh, organic menu.  Now, if you’re in Nadi, you can spend a nourishing few hours relaxing at their beautiful family farm near the Sleeping Giant Mountain. Wander the Organic Path at your own pace or book a guide to walk and talk you through the various traditional crops and medicinal plants, fruiting trees, fish pond and bee hives. 

You may even get to try making traditional cassava cakes, harvesting some of the seasonal produce or feeding the resident sheep and ducks.  It’s a fun day out for the family, especially if you end it with a packed picnic under the trees. 

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Daku Resort

Kokomana Chocolate Tour

Savusavu’s tantalising ‘chocolate’ tour is tucked away in a little agroforest behind Daku Resort. From the cocoa pod tasting in the tree groves to setting chocolate at the factory, Kokomana’s ‘tree to bar’ tour demonstrates the entire chocolate making process. Depending on when you visit, you’ll see the fermenting beans, drying racks in the sun or the chocolate maker crafting on the factory floor. The tour ends with a delicious tasting session and the chance to buy some novelty bars to take home with you.  

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Waitika Farm Tour


Waitika Bee Farm Tours

Rakiraki’s grassy hills are home to Waitika farm; a humble hobby turned successful bee farm that’s creating quite the buzz at the local farmers markets.  Among its growing list of bee by-products, Waitika offers 3hr bee farm tours to introduce people to the wonderful world of bees. 

Educational and fun for ages 8yrs and up, you’ll suit up and get your hands dirty with the smoker, handling the hives and studying the bees in their natural environment.  Light snacks are included as well as a workshop session rolling your own beeswax candles.  It’s a fun activity if you’re holidaying on the Suncoast and you’ll even get to pick up a few goodies at their Little Bee Shop too. 

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