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Yes the train is in poor condition, yes the track is partially over grown, yes it blows diesel fumes and the train had to stop to clear stuff off the track and its not one of the great train trips for train buffs. BUT, its...More
We enjoyed our day. Our guide was lovely, though we would have loved more information on the sugar cane industry/history. The train was very dilapidated - as was the track in places. It was very noisy and smelled of diesel. The highlight was going into...More
This was old sugar cane train now just for sightseeing into Sigatoka for guided shopping trip an educationional trip great knowledge and great views of the poorer villages wich I might add poorer or not they are richer in respect and love for one another...More
Nine of us (5A & 4K) went for a ride on the train, it took us 2hr with a stop.
We picked up a few bags of Lillie’s to throw at the kids along the way (gee they can run!!). The line is very overgrown...More
We are Railway buffs and travel on trains all around the world, here we have a rundown, falling apart tourist attraction.When you arrive at the station you have 3 carriages just literally falling apart and a old engine which has died just left there to...More
The ticket is quite expensive and the train broke down half way to the village (which we couldn't visit in the end). A car was arranged instead, where the 5 passengers from the train had to squeeze in, and were taken to the school where...More
10 of us went to Fiji Shangri La for my mother-in-law's 60th and wanted to do a simple day trip with kids:12,10,8,6&2.
Very friendly staff.
Sugar cane train to Sigatoka was great (a must do with kids)!
A real eye-opener.
Remember to take school supplies...More
The train ride part was fun as we rattled along past local villages and farms seeing a different side of Fiji. The tracks are overgrown and we did get covered in leaves and a few bugs but it added to the adventure.
There was a...More
It took us a good 45 minutes taxi ride to this place that cost $160 return from Naviti resort.
Ride was to a small town called Sigatoka. Apart from overgrown bushes along the rail tracks, hardly anything to view.
It would have been a trip...More
The on board guide, Nicky, was excellent in interacting with all the children and providing information as we made the journey. It was poignant to handout / throw lollies to the children as we passed through their village.
The brochure for the attraction, as I...More