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Interesting and gruesome

My son and I visited the fort on a tour from our hotel. It was interesting to hear about the... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2018
Good views from the top

transport to fort, just walk along the road and flag a truck down, there are heaps and only a few... read more

Reviewed 17 April 2018
Paul S
Alice Springs, Australia
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Tour this restored ancient fort where you'll learn about pre-colonial Fiji life and enjoy great views from two lookout points.
Naroro, Sigatoka, Viti Levu, Fiji
+679 652 0818
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The tour guides were very informative, the place is well kept and the view is spectacular. The road to the site is quite rocky and i would suggest having a rental car or driving. It is also a walking tour and is not wheelchair friendly...More

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Reviewed 28 April 2018

My son and I visited the fort on a tour from our hotel. It was interesting to hear about the gruesome history and the cannibalism. The view over the valley was very pleasant.

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Reviewed 17 April 2018

transport to fort, just walk along the road and flag a truck down, there are heaps and only a few $$. The fort was closed when we arrived, but somebody turned up soon enough. The walk is guide around the hill. This is more of...More

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 19 February 2018

We did a little tour around the fort which was very informative. The view was amazing and worth the trek up the hill not that it was very challenging. Be careful as it can be very slippery when wet and I would definitely recommend taking...More

Thank Saminda E
Reviewed 4 February 2018

The fort is located a short distance from Sigatoka probably about 10-15 minutes. We travelled by rental car but I imagine it could be reached by either taxi or local bus (a town resides at the base of the hill). The views of the township...More

1  Thank TraceyC4
Reviewed 9 January 2018

This is a very under rated place its a must see if your in the area , the guide was great , and the wars and rock formations were awesome ..Greg Wass

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Reviewed 5 October 2017

I had visited the fort last three months ago with my group. we caught a bus in which from town and traveled for about 10 to 15 minutes to the fort. The Visitor Information Center was okay with restrooms out of service with provided you...More

Thank 952jim
Reviewed 29 August 2017

The ruins of the fort are not much to look at but the views are stunning. Worth the the walk around & an interesting piece of history

Thank donnaandrob
Reviewed 31 July 2017

We had an amazing time here. The views are stunning, and there's a lot of history about this place. The people are very friendly too, plus it's not overloaded with tourists like other places. We were the only ones initially, later on a couple of...More

Thank Bolandunited
Reviewed 16 July 2017

The drive from the main road is quite fun - and not too bumpy - but when we got there the gate was locked so we couldn't go in. The staff at the Outrigger Hotel said it should have been open - and maybe we...More

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Response from Jacqui T | Reviewed this property |
Hi Dianne, We hire a car while in Fiji to drive where we want, however a taxi would be fine for you, and they could wait to bring you home. The fee is nominal (though I can't remember how much) and goes toward... More