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Local Attractions

With so much to see and do, exploring Fiji is relatively easy. From Denarau, you can easily access a huge selection of activities and tours to suit your taste and budget, from wildlife to adventure, cultural to culinary and scenic to historical.

Savala Island Day Cruise: Cruise over the tranquil blue waters for 1.5 hours to the secluded Savala Isalnd, where you can enjoy snorkelling, kayaking, coral viewing from a glass bottom boat, feeding of baby sharks, a delicious BBQ lunch and more! W: http://oolalacruises.com/

Game Fishing: Fish the warm tropical waters of Fiji’s best locations in the Mamanucas and Yasawas. W: http://www.gamefishingindenarau.com/

Garden of the Sleeping Giant: Located outside the city of Nadi, these beautiful gardens showcase Fiji’s native plants and large collection of 30-40 magnificent Asian orchids and Cattleya hybrids. Wander along the scenic boardwalks and cut through a tropical rainforest at the base of the Sleeping Giant Mountain. W: http://www.gsgfiji.com/

Navua River: The Navua River flows for 65 kilometres from the Viti Levu highlands to the south coast through rainforests, waterfalls and canyons. Paddle the upper river in kayaks or canoes, or ride the whitewater rapids on an inflatable raft. W: http://www.riversfiji.com/index.php

Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park: Experience Fijian culture, history and wilderness by exploring this unique ecosystem located west of Sigatoka Town. The impressive dune system covers an area of 650 hectares, with the dunes ranging in height from 20 to 60 metres. The views of the Sigatoka River and ocean are breathtaking. Guided tours and specially designed programs are available. W: https://www.fiji.travel/us/activity/sigatoka-sand-dunes-national-park

Kula Eco Park: Visit Fiji’s biggest Family Fun Park and ecological preserve, nestled in a valley of coastal forest near Sigatoka. Enjoy the wildlife exhibits, elevated boardwalks and thrilling attractions. W: https://www.fijiwild.com/

Fiji Museum: Learn all about Fiji’s culture and history at this small museum in central Suva, set within Thurston Gardens. The museum holds a remarkable collection including archaeological materials dating back 3,700 years. After admiring the exhibits, you can relax with a picnic under the fig trees in the surrounding botanical gardens. W: http://fijimuseum.org.fj/

Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple: Visit the largest Hindu temple in the Southern Hemisphere, set on the edge of the Nadi River. The temple is renowned for its monumental Dravidian architecture, ornate carvings, peaceful atmosphere and bright colours. W: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/fiji/nadi/attractions/sri-siva-subramaniya-swami-temple/a/poi-sig/441168/362599

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