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It's just something you look at for 5 mins on your way to or from Nadi. The fact that he was the... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2017
Middleton, Australia
Poor upkeep

For the cultural value this place has in the local Fijian culture, this place is very poorly... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2017
Alvin S
Suva City, Central, Fiji
via mobile
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1 week ago
“A hidden history on the roadside”
26 Jul 2017
Fiji's most notorious cannibal and tribal chief is buried here, and the 872 stones surrounding his tomb represent each of his unlucky victims.
Rakiraki, Viti Levu, Fiji
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Tucked away on the side of the road near the Rakiraki turn-off is the tomb of the world's most prolific cannibal, Ratu Udre Udre. Said to have eaten 999 humans, the tomb is a part of Fiji's history that is interesting and exciting to know....More

Thank RushPathak
Reviewed 27 July 2017

It's just something you look at for 5 mins on your way to or from Nadi. The fact that he was the world's most prolific cannibal, consuming just under 1,000 people is I suppose intriguing. I didn't even bother getting out of the car, we...More

2  Thank jo_eastaff
Reviewed 15 July 2017 via mobile

For the cultural value this place has in the local Fijian culture, this place is very poorly maintained. It is easy to miss this place as there are no signboards. The place is overgrown with grass and is not secured. It appears the place has...More

3  Thank Alvin S
Reviewed 15 July 2017

Except for the signage, there is no information. No one will notice even though it is by the road side. Poorly presented. No details are attached. No cleaned for months.

Thank Nouzab
Reviewed 19 June 2017

No information and rarely cleaned up. If you drive by and happen to see it then stop, but more than likely you will miss it as there are no signs at all.

Thank XstreemFishing
Reviewed 8 June 2017 via mobile

Interesting but not that special just a tomb stone. Of last cannibal king 1830s of tofu But scary to,know. They were They are close to,australia and New Zealand so,the new guinea people were too. They are mix Malaysian and .Polynesian folk Lots of Indian,and Muslim...More

Thank tteachey
Reviewed 13 April 2017

If you drive by, stop for 30 seconds (no parking, you will block the road). If you don't see it, you didn't miss anything

Thank PierreMortez2
Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

Honestly feeling it from the street not much to see overgrowth over the chief's grave but interesting story never the less

Thank GregGIL
Reviewed 5 February 2017

the tombs on the side f the road - it is a grave somewhat overgrown and unkempt. Maybe the chief needs a bit more respect and a little more narrative.

Thank Tim_Wi
Reviewed 1 December 2016

The Tomb of Udre Udre is found just along the roadside. Lots of natural debris in the area due to storms, etc. Somewhat interesting to read about the history of Udre Udre before visiting. Spent about 15 minutes at his gravesite. A large tree had...More

Thank rosannalarry
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