Top 10 Things to do in Sigatoka, Viti Levu
Discover the best top things to do in Sigatoka, Fiji including Natadola Beach, Kula Wild Adventure Park, Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park, Biausevu Waterfall, Naihehe Caves, Tavuni Hill Fort, Vatukarasa Village, Splash Mountain Jungle Water Slide, Coral Coast Railway, Tappoo.
1. Natadola Beach
4.5 based on 730 reviews
Considered one of Fiji's best beaches, Natadola features pure white sand, many much-needed shade trees and horses for hire - both gentle rides for children and adult-level treks as well.
Reviewed By leannet869 - Berkeley, AustraliaBerkeley, Australia
We drove here from the Coral Coast, approx 40 mins. Nice beach but there were a lot of horse droppings near the Intercontinental hotel. They offer horse riding here, $40FJ per person for half beach or $80FJ full beach. Our kids 9 and 10 enjoyed it. The wa
2. Kula Wild Adventure Park
4.5 based on 1447 reviews
Kula WILD Adventure Park is a 28 acre property set in 3 valleys, with 12 acres of coastal forest open to visitors. Huge walk-through enclosures put the visitor inside the habitats of our resident parrots, doves, water birds & reptiles. Marine displays of Ocean turtles, soft & hard coral and tropical fish provide a glimpse of the spectacular marine world that surrounds the 300+ Islands of Fiji. Not forgetting The all new Rollercoaster Zip Rail, the first of its kind in Fiji. As well as our 110m Splash Mountain Jungle Water slide, and kiddies splash pool with water jets, slides and more... With almost a kilometer of wooden walkways, bridges, rest areas and 2 cafes, the park provides our visitors with the opportunity to experience the ‘wild side’ of Fiji in comfortable and safe surroundings. Abundant signage explains the displays and our dedicated staff are on hand to answer any questions you may have. Come and hold a rare Fijian Iguana or a Boa constrictor for photo ops and selfies, in our Interaction area. Help us hand feed our baby sea turtles 3 times daily. Your visit is vital to the Breeding Programs and Student Education courses we do and we truly appreciate your support. Vinaka!
Reviewed By KiwiRoadrunner - Auckland Central, New ZealandAuckland Central, New Zealand
Best way to see Kula
Our guide - Fazil - was exceptional. Really enjoyed the tour/information at the marine life support centre. We wished there had been a bit more behind the scenes (more about feeding or experiences). A lot of the time is spent just walking through the bird
3. Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park
4.5 based on 442 reviews
Sculptured through the workings of wind, water and vegetation, the Sigatoka Sand Dunes stand out as one of Fiji's most unique wonders. In 1989, 390 acres of the Sigatoka Sand Dunes was established as Fiji's first National Park- The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park. A key contributor to its protection is the archaeological treasures buried beneath the dune sands. These artefacts have contributed to the history of man's first arrival in Fiji. Today, evidence of this past continue to be unearthed by the wind. The Park is home to a unique Dune forest which is now home to a myriad of wildlife. Some notable inhabitants of this forest include the Fijian Swallow tail Butterfly, the fruit bats, the Goshawks, the giant stick insects and cryptic Pacific Boa. The National Park is a Fijian heritage, rich in both natural and cultural attributes.
Reviewed By Tiara2 - Melaka, MalaysiaMelaka, Malaysia
These are huge sand dunes, mostly covered with foliage but with enough sand showing. The Park Ranger was informative and discussed the different routes to walk. The surf along the beach creates large waves and there is so much driftwood brought in by the
4. Biausevu Waterfall
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Reviewed By ikcsoo
Truly Fijian Experience!
It is appx. 5km for a return journey to the waterfall. We decided to go via a horse ride, chargeable at 40FD/ pax (normal entrance fee: 25FD). Though it's not my very first riding experience, it's somehow fascinating as the journey involved appx. 8-9 rive
5. Naihehe Caves
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Notable for its massive size and unusual natural characteristics, this cave was once a fortress for a cannibal tribe and still contains a cannibal oven and other reminders of this gruesome history.
Reviewed By Jeff U - Leeds, United KingdomLeeds, United Kingdom
Great family adventure
We arranged a trip to Naihehe Caves with Coastal Inland Tours in Sigatoka. The bus came to get us from the Intercontinental on time and took us to Sigatoka where we transferred to a car as it was just our family on the tour.The ride to the village drop of
6. Tavuni Hill Fort
4 based on 84 reviews
Tour this restored ancient fort where you'll learn about pre-colonial Fiji life and enjoy great views from two lookout points.
Reviewed By donnaandrob - Melbourne, AustraliaMelbourne, Australia
The ruins of the fort are not much to look at but the views are stunning. Worth the the walk around & an interesting piece of history
7. Vatukarasa Village
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Historic Fijian Village
Reviewed By Laura H - Wodonga, AustraliaWodonga, Australia
Beautiful village trip
Made a quick trip to Vatukarasa to visit Tima and the children at the kindergarten. Tima is an amazingly welcoming woman who runs a beautiful little school. The children were full of smiles and song and loved having visitors. We also bought souvenirs and
8. Splash Mountain Jungle Water Slide
4.5 based on 11 reviews
It's huge, it's fast and the only one in Fiji! Over 100M water slide - rushes down hill around trees, flies across the river and ends with a mighty splash. Propelled by a river of water flowing at over 25 liters a SECOND! Kula's Splash Mountain Jungle Slide is a thrilling, high speed, wet & wild plunge through the forest. It's like having your own personal waterfall to ride.
Reviewed By Lowina - Melbourne, AustraliaMelbourne, Australia
Goggles needed if you are afraid of water splash into your eyes haha
Fun day at the Kula Park, we stayed at Outrigger Beach Resort in Fiji, 5 mins short walk to the park, entrance fee is Fiji $40 per person.Extra Fiji $35 for 4 rides package, otherwise $20 per ride.First time I did the water slide and didn't realise I'd ge
9. Coral Coast Railway
3.5 based on 85 reviews
Chug past a scenic coastline or through a thick green forest, stopping at the Muka Caves for a refreshing underground retreat, on this enchanting train ride.
Reviewed By LMS1983 - Camden, AustraliaCamden, Australia
Eye-opener for all. Fun day
10 of us went to Fiji Shangri La for my mother-in-law's 60th and wanted to do a simple day trip with kids:12,10,8,6&2.Very friendly staff. Sugar cane train to Sigatoka was great (a must do with kids)! A real eye-opener. Remember to take school supplies and hand me down children's clothes. We chucked lollies to the kids along the train track, but wish we would have bundled up clothes to throw. You visit a Kindy, the kids sang which was so heartwarming. We gave donations. Wish I would have bought pencils and paper. Had a fresh coconut for $5. Really lovely time. Great fun Bring aero guard just in case.
4 based on 50 reviews
This is the flagship location of a historic department store that started out as a small handmade jeweller in Sigatoka Town in 1941 and has today grown into one of Fiji's largest retail brands. It encompasses a number of retail experiences including Fiji Market, which stocks handcraft and souvenirs, popular surf and sports brands such as Billabong and Nike. It is also home to CuppaBula, a family-friendly cafe that caters to a number of dietary requirements and offers vegetarian, vegan, gluten- and lactose-free options.
Reviewed By Beeroclock7 - Brisbane, AustraliaBrisbane, Australia
All together I have traveled to Fiji 33 times both leisure and work. Lately, since retirement it is purely leisure and to support the locals. On the most recent holiday August 2107 we shopped to Tappoo's at Sigatoka as we usually do. The usual trinkets, c