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Viti Levu: Mud Pool, Temple, and Sleeping Giant Garden

1. Viti Levu: Mud Pool, Temple, and Sleeping Giant Garden

Begin your day trip at the vibrantly hued Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple, which is the largest Hindu temple in the southern hemisphere. Admire the traditional Davidian architecture and the painted wooden carvings of deities crafted by artists who traveled here from India. Continue your journey and stop at Nadi to visit a local handicrafts shop. Here, you can browse for souvenirs before making your way to the Namaka Market, where errand-running locals peruse colorful stacks of tropical fruits and vegetables. From there, head to the Garden of the Sleeping Giant to stroll through beautifully landscaped trails through lush gardens featuring more than 2,000 different kinds of delicate orchids. Your final stop is at the Sabeto Mud Baths, where you can soak in a mineral-rich mud pool and rinse off in the clear waters of a thermal hot spring. Relax on the ride back to your accommodation. A divine, gratifying, and soul enhancing experience is guaranteed.  Make a stopover at a local primary school to visit the children. Any stationary or donation will be much appreciated. Then visit Fiji's first Fijian Village where the ancestors landed, Viseisei Village. This is a very culturally rich tour that enables you to learn about the village lifestyle and the traditional Fijian culture. 

Suva: Fijian Nature and Waterfall Tour

2. Suva: Fijian Nature and Waterfall Tour

After being collected from your accommodation or the cruise ship terminal, you will be greeted by your guide before venturing into the wild. Once having arrived at the location, you will be free to take a dip in one of the natural swimming pools, follow a nature trail.  You are encouraged to keep your ears and eyes ready to spot the numerous birds that inhabit this park, with this tour making for a great experience if you are a nature lover. You will later travel along local waterfalls, where you will have stops for photo shoots, and there is also the possibility to swim and have a barbecue if so desired. There are two car parks at the entrance of the park, with one leading to the upper pools and the other to the lower pools. There are two pristine and clear waterfalls in the park, one being the famous Waisila Falls which is around 15 meters deep, making for a great place to do a spot of swimming and diving. At the conclusion of your experience, you will be returned safely to your point of origin.

Suva: Half Day City Sightseeing Tour

3. Suva: Half Day City Sightseeing Tour

Explore Fiji’s capital city, Suva, on a guided tour of notable landmarks. Learn more about the history of the city that is the center of Fiji’s commerce and the seat of government.   Visit the President’s Residence and nearby Albert Park where Kingsford-Smith landed his small aircraft on his epic flight from America to Australia in 1928. Discover the nearby Thurston Botanical Gardens with many varieties of palms, gingers, water lilies, and other local flora.   Next, it’s time for some shopping in Suva’s bustling municipal market, followed by lunch at one of the many restaurants in the area. After lunch, you’ll continue to experience Suva’s history through its colonial and modern architecture. Enjoy photo stops at the Great Council of Chief’s complex and Parliament House. At the Museum of Fiji, see cannibal-era exhibits of ancient pottery, double-hulled canoes, and the remains of Reverend Thomas Baker’s boots.   Finally, shop for handmade Fijian crafts at the Government Handicraft Center.

Fiji: Suva Customer Tour

4. Fiji: Suva Customer Tour

Explore Fiji’s capital city, Suva, the centre of Fiji's commerce and the seat of government. On a guided tour, see notable landmarks, and learn more about the history of the city. Visit the President’s Residence and nearby Albert Park where Kingsford-Smith landed his small aircraft on his epic flight from America to Australia in 1928. Discover the nearby Thurston Botanical gardens with varieties of palms, gingers, water lilies, and other local flora. Within the gardens, you will also have an opportunity to see the Fiji Museum. After this, you can do some shopping, experience Suva’s bustling municipal market, and choose lunch from a variety of restaurants that include Chinese, Indian, seafood, and local cuisines.

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What people are saying about Viti Levu

We booked the tour a night before and were completelly surprised and amazed with the tour,service and our guide. We are first time in fiji and with two small kids,but everything was organized really well. We appreciate all the help which was provided:) our guide told us a lot about Fiji and about everything wecoul see travelling around Nadi. Questions were always welcome. We feel that our guidemade an extra mile while talking and showing Fiji to us:) our guides name was Dave:)

We had the best experience with our driver Sami on this excursion. He was very knowledgeable and shared the history of the temple, how to shop the markets, organized a wonderful guide for the Sleeping Giant garden (which had a beautiful orchid collection) and gave us lots of time at the mud pools and hot springs. We would recommend Sami of Valentine Tours to anyone!

Actually it is not a city tour as there is not much to see Suvs. But the two stays and walks in the rainforests were very good. Great guide Patrick.

A great itinerary. Eventful and fun day with our great guide Kamal. My favourite part was the mud pool and hotspring experience.

Our guide Dave was excellent. We enjoy the tour very mainly because of him.