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It’s early evening. The thumping of drums signals the traditional kava ceremony is about to start. This morning you went horse riding on an almost-deserted beach, and this afternoon you watched tiny tropical fish giving their best Nemo impersonations. If you were a golfer you’d spend tomorrow at the world-class Natadola Golf Course or instead opt for sand-surfing at the Sigatoka Sand Dunes.
That’s the beauty of the Coral Coast – there’s so much on offer for every type of holiday, from the most active to the extremely sedate.
Of course, a great holiday isn’t just about life in a bubble – hire a car and take your time, stop for fresh watermelon at a roadside stall, for those travellers seeking a more authentic experience, visit the local villages and return the friendly “Bula” offered by every local along the way.
By the time you arrive at your resort, you’ll be well and truly on Fiji time.
This colourful town tucked into green and fertile surrounds near the mouth of the Sigatoka River makes for a pleasant amble. There’s a produce market, a few souvenir shops and a large hilltop mosque, but largely it’s a service town for the Coral Coast region. Taxis galore populate the street so you shouldn’t have any diffi culty getting from A to B.
One of Fiji’s natural highlights. The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park is Fiji’s first National Park and was established in 1987. The dunes are quite spectacular and a great place to stretch out. On a hot day visit before 11am or after 3pm and allow about one hour for the walking tour.
This multiple award-winning park is nestled in the valley floor about 500 metres from Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort. It’s Fiji’s only wildlife park and displays reptiles, a fine collection of rainbow-feathered tropical birds, sea turtles, tropical fish, live coral and much more.
Choose either the self-drive option (if you have a rental car) our take a guided tour. We’d recommend the guided tour which is informative. On the tour you’ll visit the home of a village chief and take part in an authentic ceremony. You’ll learn about traditional plant medicines and you can swim in the therapeutic waters and mystical tranquillity of the magnificent natural setting. (Image: ©Tourism Fiji)
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