Why September? Because this is a great time with a soft weather and lots of new activities. Moreover, we decrease our rates for rooms in the hotel for September, so you can enjoy the place and the price!
Enjoy the extra time learning things you never knew about your favorite beach! We think you’ll agree the cultural offerings are impressive and intriguing. Not sure where to start? Contact our team and we will direct you!
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When you are tired of activities, just chill and hide – stay alone or with close people in not crowded space, we’ve got several to offer! All of them look like a lonely planet so you should enjoy, definitely.
Craft your own rest on the beach or under the trees with ease and stay in the privacy of your own mind for a while.
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You’ve probably already seen our extra amenities and activities? There are a lot of them and you can enjoy any. But today we want to make a special accent on the Island boat tours.
Remember a book about Robinson Crusoe? You have a chance to experience a piece of his life on your own!
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Kula Eco Park is an ecological preserve in Fiji. It is located on Fiji’s largest island, Viti Levu, near Sigatoka. The area was originally established as a bird park in the 1980s, but was bought by Kula Eco Park Management in January 1997. With an extensive system of walkways through the park, and a wide range of attractions, the park is now a popular tourist attraction.
Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kula_Eco_Park
Experience the Sigatoka market situated in the heart of the bustling local Town of Sigatoka. The markets spring of life in the early hours of the morning offering shoppers a true local experience featuring the freshest local produce for sale.
The market is handled by two market masters, Mr Chandra Kant Patel and Mr Iliesa Ravouvou Nacewa. Sigatoka market is an ideal place to visit, for the taste of the local Fiji. The Saturday market is extremely busy and active with farmers bringing their products from all over the Sigatoka river valley.
Tavuni Hill Fort is said to have been built by Maile Latamai Finau a Tongan chieftain and his followers on their arrival from Tonga via Kadavu and Serua Island a couple of hundreds of years ago. He was of noble birth and from the Tuipelehake lineage. He was good looking, strong headed and a womaniser and was banished by his father for some misdeed with a high born lady. Maile Finau left the Tuipelehake powerbase at the time which was supposed to be Lapaha in Tonga for Fiji with a band of loyal warriors and followers.
This photo of Tavuni Hill Fort is courtesy of TripAdvisor
The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park is located at the mouth of the Sigatoka River on the island of Viti Levu in Fiji. They are located approximately 3 km West of the town of Sigatoka.
They are the product of erosion in the coastal hinterland and coastal dune forming processes. The extensive dune system covers an area of 650 hectares and comprises a series of parabolic sand dunes of various ages and activities. The dunes range from around 20-60m tall.
The dunes have been forming over thousands of years and archaeological excavations here have uncovered pottery more than 2600 years old, as well as one of the largest burial sites in the Pacific. Evidence of the past is clearly visible throughout the dune system as pottery scatters, stone tools, human remains and other archaeological relics continue to be uncovered by natural processes.
Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sigatoka_Sand_Dunes
Fiji’s original and the world’s first Jet Boat & Village Safari, is the multiple award winning Sigatoka River Safari .
Our half-day eco/cultural adventure transports you deep into the heart & soul of Fiji, aboard our custom-built safari jet boats.
Cruise your way up the magnificent Sigatoka River to visit authentic Fijian villages and experience a day in the life of the real ‘kaiviti’ (Fijian).
Taken from www.sigatokariver.com
This photo of Adventures in Paradise Fiji is courtesy of TripAdvisor