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Great options for local Fruits & Vegetables. Wide range, good bargain for seasonal fruits and vegetables. Vendors are always polite. Everything at one stop that is handicrafts, seafood , wide range of fruits and vegetables. Highly recommending to go early hours of morning as more...More
Fantastic market for fruit and veg there was hundreds of stalls selling fresh local produce
If you want gifts they have these too we brought a tapa cloth here which we took back to NZ no problem
Worth a visit to sample the real Fiji
I haven’t been to Lautoka market in years, since my return I’ve noticed there’s been a lot of positive changes there.
Only thing I didn’t like was the fish market, I just wished that the middle man selling their fish would have some ice on...More
I am a big fan of markets like this. We will stop on a cruise day and purchase whatever fresh fruit looks the best to us to eat that day.
In this market we witnessed vendors telling cruise tourists they could take fruit onto the...More
I was delighted shopping for produce at this market! We enjoyed ourselves... Probably mostly cos of the novelty... A little bit cos we finally found decent food (supermarkets had been disappointing!) we felt it was good value and spoilt for choice. Fresh guavas are amazing!
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I saw streetside hawkers selling mangoes in Suva in January, so I suppose they would be in season then along with the standard bananas and pineapples. Litchis were plentiful in the Vila market and I expect they would thrive... More
I saw streetside hawkers selling mangoes in Suva in January, so I suppose they would be in season then along with the standard bananas and pineapples. Litchis were plentiful in the Vila market and I expect they would thrive in Fiji as well.The main thing to remember is that you will not be allowed to take your fruits and flowers on board. Fruit in their skins will obviously be wholesome and if you have the means to skin them, gorging on ripe mangoes under a shady tree may be a highlight of your trip!!! Perhaps a stall holder will skin and cut a pineapple or two for you too but remember what you don't consume will end up in the bin on the wharf!