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Three Things to Do on Fiji's Coral Coast

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Three Things to Do on Fiji's Coral Coast

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Fiji's Coral Coast is an idyllic destination, enchanting travellers from across the globe with its sun-drenched beaches, picturesque lagoons and swaying palm trees. 

An 80 kilometre-long stretch of coastline between Nadi and Suva, along the beautiful Ocean Road, it's the perfect destination for your next holiday.

Here are three things to do on your visit.

Check out the Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park
Anyone who loves a thrill will love this park and its amazing sand dunes - some of which reach up to 60 metres high! Bring along a boogie board and whiz down the sandy slopes for some fun, adrenalin-pumping action you won't forget in a hurry. Not to mention, it's also a great place to take in some stunning ocean views.

Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park is also a place of great historical significance. Pottery, stone tools and even human remains dating back 3,000 years have been found beneath the shifting sands. 

Discover Kula Eco Park
Discover the wonderful variety of wildlife calling Kula Eco Park home. Explore 28 acres spanning three valleys where you can come face to face with creatures including parrots, water birds, ocean turtles, tropical fish and reptiles of many kinds. It's a great place for a stroll, with plenty of walkways and park areas. Look out for critters all colours of the rainbow and enjoy the sounds of the thriving green surrounds. 

Visit a village
The Coral Coast gives you access to some great, authentic Fijian villages. Discover life beyond the resort setting with a visit to places including Lawai or Nakbuta. Here you'll find locals more than willing to share their culture and hospitality with you, and you might even discover some great crafts for sale. Perhaps you'll find the perfect memento for your trip, or a gift for somebody back home. Driving or walking around this area, you'll also notice plenty of crop fields that help provide this region with economic opportunities. The roads can be bumpy, so drive safe! 

The surrounding landscape is also incredibly impressive, built up over time from deposits of ash and other debris. Drawing comparisons to the landscape of the moon, it has to be seen to be believed. 

The island is easy to get to as well. Tanna is just a 35-minute flight from the capital Port Vila. The mountain is easily accessible from the airport, with a number of tours and transfers available. It won't be long before you're gazing at the majestic Mount Yasur!

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