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Choose from one of these passes to travel since this is the easiest and most exiting way to see this island.
I did travel with the pass and it is a lot of fun.

 

Hula Loop

Hula Loop


Day 1: Nadi to Mango Bay, Coral Coast

First stop this morning is Wailolola Beach where your Guide and Driver will outline the Feejee Experience product. Then it’s onto Nadi Town markets to get some supplies and barter with the locals. From Nadi town we head south to our lunch spot and one of Fiji’s most famous beaches, Natadola Beach for sunbathing, body surfing and mingling with the locals all whilst your Driver and Guide cook a BBQ lunch. Early afternoon is the first cultural experience at Malomalo Village, where your Guide will explain traditional customs in a Fijian village. The last activity is on the Coral Coast itself - sand boarding the Sigatoka sand dunes! Later in the afternoon we arrive at our accommodation, Mango Bay - a beachfront resort, complete with free snorkelling, kayaking, pool, volleyball and loads of other free and paid activities.

Highlights:

  • Bartering at Nadi Markets
  • Natadola Beach
  • Malomalo Village Visit
  • Sandboarding down the Sigatoka Sand Dunes
  • Mango Bay Resort
  • Activities in the evening - these vary from quiz nights, night club
  • Kava ceremony, beach bonfire and more!

Day 2: Mango Bay to Suva

Make sure you have a big breakfast to prepare yourself for an even bigger day! We head east to the Matakibau Track, an amazing 2 to 3 hour trek through the Namosi Highlands - the best rated Feejee Experience activity. After a picnic lunch by the river we’ll explore the Navua River by tubing down it, swimming at its secluded waterfalls and finally taking a long-boat journey past the local villages and farms. We’ll spend the night in a unique Suva rainforest lodge. Nightly cultural performances are also frequent entertainment here in the rainforest or choose to hit the town in Suva City.

Highlights:

  • 2-3 hour trek through the Namosi Highlands
  • Tubing down the Navua River
  • Swimming in secluded waterfalls
  • Longboat journey
  • Suva tour - get insights into the capital city
  • Raintree Lodge
  • Optional night out in Suva City

Day 3: Suva to Volivoli Beach

Today you’ll be heading to another awesome resort on the beach at Volivoli. But before we get there we’ll head inland to visit a local school or orphanage, travel to the remote Wailotua village to meet the chief in a traditional sevu-sevu (kava) ceremony and join the villagers for bilibili rafting. Once we arrive at Volivoli Beach there are plenty of things to do: kayak, snorkelling, volleyball, games, entertainment in the evening, and a bonfire to top it off.

Highlights:

  • Local school or orphanage visit
  • Wailotua Village visit
  • Traditional sevu-sevu ceremony
  • Bilibili rafting down Wainibuka River with the Wailotua villagers
  • Volivoli Beach Resort

Day 4: Volivoli Beach to Nadi

A late start to the day - time to learn to dive, snorkel, kayak, swim or chill out in the sun. We’ll then head west on the Kings Road of Viti Levu focusing on our Indo-Fijian culture. Driving through the heart of sugar cane farming we’ll arrive at our first stop of the day at Ba Town for curry lunch and an Indo-Fijian culture experience. We’ll finish the day heading inland again for a swim at the Sabeto Valley mud pools and hot pools.

Highlights:

  • Dive, snorkel, kayak, swim or chill out in the sun
  • Ba Town
  • Curry Lunch
  • Indo-Fijian cultural experience
  • Sabeto Valley mud pools and hot pools

 

Lei Low

Lei Low


Day 1: Nadi to Mango Bay, Coral Coast

First stop this morning is Wailolola Beach where your Guide and Driver will outline the Feejee Experience product. Then it’s onto Nadi Town markets to get some supplies and barter with the locals. From Nadi town we head south to our lunch spot and one of Fiji’s most famous beaches, Natadola Beach for sunbathing, body surfing and mingling with the locals all whilst your Driver and Guide cook a BBQ lunch. Early afternoon is the first cultural experience at Malomalo Village, where your Guide will explain traditional customs in a Fijian village. The last activity is on the Coral Coast itself - sand boarding the Sigatoka sand dunes! Later in the afternoon we arrive at our accommodation, Mango Bay - a beachfront resort, complete with free snorkelling, kayaking, pool, volleyball and loads of other free and paid activities.

Highlights:

  • Bartering at Nadi Markets
  • Natadola Beach
  • Malomalo Village Visit
  • Sandboarding down the Sigatoka Sand Dunes
  • Mango Bay Resort
  • Activities in the evening - these vary from quiz nights, night club
  • Kava ceremony, beach bonfire and more!

Day 2: Mango Bay to Suva

Make sure you have a big breakfast to prepare yourself for an even bigger day! We head east to the Matakibau Track, an amazing 2 to 3 hour trek through the Namosi Highlands - the best rated Feejee Experience activity. After a picnic lunch by the river we’ll explore the Navua River by tubing down it, swimming at its secluded waterfalls and finally taking a long-boat journey past the local villages and farms. We’ll spend the night in a unique Suva rainforest lodge. Nightly cultural performances are also frequent entertainment here in the rainforest or choose to hit the town in Suva City.

Highlights:

  • 2-3 hour trek through the Namosi Highlands
  • Tubing down the Navua River
  • Swimming in secluded waterfalls
  • Longboat journey
  • Suva tour - get insights into the capital city
  • Raintree Lodge
  • Optional night out in Suva City

Day 3: Suva to Volivoli Beach

Today you’ll be heading to another awesome resort on the beach at Volivoli. But before we get there we’ll head inland to visit a local school or orphanage, travel to the remote Wailotua village to meet the chief in a traditional sevu-sevu (kava) ceremony and join the villagers for bilibili rafting. Once we arrive at Volivoli Beach there are plenty of things to do: kayak, snorkelling, volleyball, games, entertainment in the evening, and a bonfire to top it off.

Highlights:

  • Local school or orphanage visit
  • Wailotua Village visit
  • Traditional sevu-sevu ceremony
  • Bilibili rafting down Wainibuka River with the Wailotua villagers
  • Volivoli Beach Resort

Day 4: Volivoli Beach to Nadi

A late start to the day - time to learn to dive, snorkel, kayak, swim or chill out in the sun. We’ll then head west on the Kings Road of Viti Levu focusing on our Indo-Fijian culture. Driving through the heart of sugar cane farming we’ll arrive at our first stop of the day at Ba Town for curry lunch and an Indo-Fijian culture experience. We’ll finish the day heading inland again for a swim at the Sabeto Valley mud pools and hot pools.

Highlights:

  • Dive, snorkel, kayak, swim or chill out in the sun
  • Ba Town
  • Curry Lunch
  • Indo-Fijian cultural experience
  • Sabeto Valley mud pools and hot pools

Day 5-6: Beachcomber Island

Afloat in a tranquil marine sanctuary in the beautiful ‘Mamanuca’ Islands, this little island paradise offers so much for so little. Fantastic Island feasts, a huge range of water sports, scuba diving, nightly live music and entertainment and the friendliest people on the planet!

 

Tribal Loop

Tribal Loop


Day 1: Nadi to Mango Bay, Coral Coast

First stop this morning is Wailolola Beach where your Guide and Driver will outline the Feejee Experience product. Then it’s onto Nadi Town markets to get some supplies and barter with the locals. From Nadi town we head south to our lunch spot and one of Fiji’s most famous beaches, Natadola Beach for sunbathing, body surfing and mingling with the locals all whilst your Driver and Guide cook a BBQ lunch. Early afternoon is the first cultural experience at Malomalo Village, where your Guide will explain traditional customs in a Fijian village. The last activity is on the Coral Coast itself - sand boarding the Sigatoka sand dunes! Later in the afternoon we arrive at our accommodation, Mango Bay - a beachfront resort, complete with free snorkelling, kayaking, pool, volleyball and loads of other free and paid activities.

Highlights:

  • Bartering at Nadi Markets
  • Natadola Beach
  • Malomalo Village Visit
  • Sandboarding down the Sigatoka Sand Dunes
  • Mango Bay Resort
  • Activities in the evening - these vary from quiz nights, night club
  • Kava ceremony, beach bonfire and more!

Day 2: Mango Bay to Suva

Make sure you have a big breakfast to prepare yourself for an even bigger day! We head east to the Matakibau Track, an amazing 2 to 3 hour trek through the Namosi Highlands - the best rated Feejee Experience activity. After a picnic lunch by the river we’ll explore the Navua River by tubing down it, swimming at its secluded waterfalls and finally taking a long-boat journey past the local villages and farms. We’ll spend the night in a unique Suva rainforest lodge. Nightly cultural performances are also frequent entertainment here in the rainforest or choose to hit the town in Suva City.

Highlights:

  • 2-3 hour trek through the Namosi Highlands
  • Tubing down the Navua River
  • Swimming in secluded waterfalls
  • Longboat journey
  • Suva tour - get insights into the capital city
  • Raintree Lodge
  • Optional night out in Suva City

Day 3: Suva to Volivoli Beach

Today you’ll be heading to another awesome resort on the beach at Volivoli. But before we get there we’ll head inland to visit a local school or orphanage, travel to the remote Wailotua village to meet the chief in a traditional sevu-sevu (kava) ceremony and join the villagers for bilibili rafting. Once we arrive at Volivoli Beach there are plenty of things to do: kayak, snorkelling, volleyball, games, entertainment in the evening, and a bonfire to top it off.

Highlights:

  • Local school or orphanage visit
  • Wailotua Village visit
  • Traditional sevu-sevu ceremony
  • Bilibili rafting down Wainibuka River with the Wailotua villagers
  • Volivoli Beach Resort

Day 4: Volivoli Beach to Nadi

A late start to the day - time to learn to dive, snorkel, kayak, swim or chill out in the sun. We’ll then head west on the Kings Road of Viti Levu focusing on our Indo-Fijian culture. Driving through the heart of sugar cane farming we’ll arrive at our first stop of the day at Ba Town for curry lunch and an Indo-Fijian culture experience. We’ll finish the day heading inland again for a swim at the Sabeto Valley mud pools and hot pools.

Highlights:

  • Dive, snorkel, kayak, swim or chill out in the sun
  • Ba Town
  • Curry Lunch
  • Indo-Fijian cultural experience
  • Sabeto Valley mud pools and hot pools

Day 5: Nadi to Vorovoro

Head north to Fiji’s second biggest island, Vanua Levu and into the town of Labasa. Upon arriving in Labasa you will be transferred a small distance by bus and boat to Vorovoro Island, where you will be welcomed as a member of Tribewanted.

Day 6-13: Tribewanted

You will live for seven days in a Fijian environment on a spectacular island, learning the Fijian way of life in an eco-tourism project. Play a part in a 21st century sustainable community, building local and global awareness of our impact on the planet through the realisation that even on a tropical island every action has an environmental consequence well beyond the beach. During your week on the island you will be embracing and celebrating the local Fijian culture and traditions, whilst helping Vorovoro become a unique focal point for responsible tourism in the region. A truly unique and rewarding experience!

Day 14: Vorovoro to Nadi

Say goodbye to new found friends and travel by boat back to Labasa, then fly back to Nadi.

 

Other ways to get around:

Bus
Bus services come in three categories and are priced accordingly. The local buses with open windows and padded seats provide a regular, cheap service to all parts of Fiji. They stop where required and can be waved down. Express buses only stop at designated areas and towns. They depart from the bus terminals in each town and from bus shelters along the way. Air-conditioned coaches run between Nadi and Suva along the Coral Coast to a twice daily schedule, with pick-up and drop-offs at hotels and resorts.

Car, Bike & Scooter Hire
Car hire is available in a variety of price categories. Avis, Budget, Hertz, Europcar and Thrifty Rentals are all available plus local agencies such as Aims, Carpenters, Central, Coastal, Khans, Quality, Satellite Rentals. Visitors are advised to use an established car rental company, and not to hire private rental vehicles. (See the Yellow Pages of the local directory for a full list of rental companies.) Pick-up and drop-offs at airports and major hotels is generally provided. Cars, vans and 4WDs are all available. Scooters are available from Westside Motorbike Rentals (phone 672 6402). Helmets are compulsory when hiring a scooter/motorbike. An international drivers licence or valid drivers licence with a minimum driver’s age of 25 or 21 (depending on the agency) is required to hire a vehicle.

Ferry Services
The Mamanuca and Yasawa islands are serviced by daily ferries departing from Denarau Marina near Nadi. Ferries to the Mamanuca Islands depart three times a day. Beachcomber Cruises, Pattersons Ferries and Consort Shipping run regular services to Vanua Levu departing from Suva, Natovi Jetty (north of Suva), Ellington Wharf (Rakiraki) or Nadi/Lautoka. Patterson Ferries and Emosi Ferries provide weekly services between Suva and Kadavu - these are mainly for cargo. Local boats may offer their services. However, they are generally unlicensed and do not carry safety equipment.

Petrol Stations
Service stations and petrol pumps are located throughout Fiji including BP, Shell and Mobil. Credit cards are not generally accepted so cash is usually required.

Taxis
Taxis are inexpensive and plentiful. Negotiate the price prior to the journey. Your hotel will be able to give you a rough cost estimate for the journey. Taxis wait at taxi stands or can be flagged down. If you require a taxi to wait for you, the charge will be minimal. Make sure you have small change as the taxis carry very little.

Driving Fact File

* Be aware of wandering stock, animals sleeping on the warm road surface, speed bumps in villages and pedestrians, particularly at night when visibility is poor.
* Driving is on the left.
* Maximum speed limit is 80km/h on the open road and 50km in towns.
* Give way to your right.
* Legal driving age is 17 years.
* Parking meter wardens are vigilant with a parking ticket costing F$20.

 

 

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