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Sculptured through the workings of wind, water and vegetation, the Sigatoka Sand Dunes stand out as one of Fiji's most unique wonders. In 1989, 390 acres of the Sigatoka Sand Dunes was established as Fiji's first National Park- The Sigatoka Sand...more
All reviews hour walk mahogany forest longer walk drift wood great walk lots of water short walk visitor center information centre walk along the beach entry fee breathtaking views taxi driver worth the effort fruit bats well worth the visit couple of hours
Went in through the Locals entrance, the back way, so cool. a steep climbed into the Dunes, too an amazing unique panorama for the South Pacific. The only true surfing beach spot in Fiji, walked around a took pictures.
There is a short one and a half hour walk and a long 3 hour walk to the dunes. Shorter walks (of 45 minutes) do not really get you to the dunes which are in the western end of the Park . we did the...More
If you are a rugby fan you should definitely experience for yourself the sand dune training ground of the Fiji Olympic gold 7's team. If you are a keen surfer you should check out the waves and if you love a good conservation walk and...More
Go early, check in at the ranger station and enjoy the great outdoors. It does get warm so get an early start and take plenty of water.
It is a nice hike, you start out in the grass, then hit the dunes, the beach and...More
A great walk, with great advice from the rangers. It was Fiji’s first National Park. The sand dunes are pretty spectacular, and the ocean breaking on the beach is cool! The viewing points are spectacular and the walk back through the forest, in a,o gust...More
Maybe not on everyone's list to do, but we are so thankful we did. Wow! The walk was a little hot to start (cooler on the way back through the forest) but it was worth it, the sand dunes are stunning. Wish we had done...More
Spectacular views and well worth the hike.
You definitely need to be fit for the two hour walk but wow is it worth it!
Brilliant contrasts of ocean to Jungle and the sounds of birds and crashing of waves.. to total silence.
So glad we...More
Response from penalope2014 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I am so sorry I didn't see your question earlier. You don't need to organise at all once you get to the sand dunes u go into the visitor center and pay there ans the very helpful staff will explain everything to you... More
Hi, I am so sorry I didn't see your question earlier. You don't need to organise at all once you get to the sand dunes u go into the visitor center and pay there ans the very helpful staff will explain everything to you before you do the walk on your own. No need to book ;-)