Places to visit in Sigatoka

Top Things to Do in Sigatoka, Fiji

Places to Visit in Sigatoka


Top Attractions in Sigatoka

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From quick jaunts to full-day outings.




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  • KALO
    Auckland, New Zealand9 contributions
    Locals took my partner and for a ride. Very scary at first time but got comfortable in the end. We paid $80 FJD for 30 min ride which I think was good. Ronnie and his Little brother Peter were kind and gentle guides because it was our first time
    Written 31 December 2022
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  • Coastal691645
    Sydney, Australia18 contributions
    We did the "short" walk, which took about 50 minutes. Entry is only $5 per person, very reasonable. Requires a bit of fitness. Bring water, hat, sunscreen. Sand is very very hot on a sunny day, so best not to wear thongs or sandals. Great views from the lookouts.
    Written 6 February 2023
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  • Madhu K
    2 contributions
    Animals, tropical forest, fun water park for kids. You can take part in feeding turtles and also take pics with snakes and lizards.
    Written 9 January 2023
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  • Coastal691645
    Sydney, Australia18 contributions
    You get to see a village miles from the main highway, and lots of flowers on the way to the waterfall. Wear swim clothes underneath, you'll want to jump in at the end. The walk takes 30-40 minutes each way. You have to wade through the creek 7 times. The creek is both sandy and rocky; I recommend wearing reef shoes or dive boots.
    Written 6 February 2023
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  • catrionabikes
    Homer, AK545 contributions
    We visited Tavuni today, a pleasant walk through, self guided, historical tour. It was hilly, humid and hot so the shade from the trees was pleasant. Many of.the trees were labeled, and I learned the name of one I had been wondering about. (Beach Almond)(Terminalia catappa).
    The views up and down the Sigatoka River valley were gorgeous. We could see people gathering Kai (river mussels), which are delicious. Lots of agriculture and wild growing plants for foraging. This valley is the predominant producer of fruit and vegetables for Fiji.
    During the pandemic Fiji was isolated from the rest of the world - which was great for avoiding COVID, and was possible because of their awesome food sovereignty.

    Surprisingly we were the only people there today, the guest book showed one couple visited yesterday, no one the day before, and a couple small groups the day before that.

    Our driver was surprised that we weren't provided with a guide, that would have been an even better experience. However, even self guided there is a lot to see and learn about.
    Written 5 October 2022
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  • Barry B
    Lower Hutt, New Zealand3 contributions
    Make sure you do this with one of the traditional tour companies.
    I did this with a "second level" operator, a bit cheaper, but no Kava ceremony, entry fee not included, no lunch and little knowledge of the history.
    I would definitely do it again, but, next time with a "proper" tour operator. Reef shoes an advantage.
    Written 30 September 2019
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  • Ronald M
    Loveland, CO288 contributions
    I have been in Fiji for over 2 months. I have a dear friend who lives in Vatukarasa village, and I have met others who work in nearby Baravies that also live in the village. If you have the opportunity to spend any time at all in the village, you owe it to yourself to do so, if you have any interest in learning about Fiji Culture, this is a great start. The village is one of the larger on the coral coast in terms of population and land holdings. Primarily farmers, they also depend on the ocean as a prime source of food. Really a must visit if you have that opportunity.
    Written 29 April 2018
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  • Michelle O
    Swan Hill, Australia65 contributions
    my husband and teen daughter done the zip line, this was a bit scary at 1st but they thoroughly enjoyed it.
    we also went on the water slide, a little expensive, $55 for unlimited rides or $50 for one ride, we thouroghly enjoyed this as well, and the staff at this establishment were very cheeky and friendly.
    fed the turtles at 3.30pm, this was fun.
    Held iguanas as we entered the fun park.

    very family friendly, with a splash park if you had little ones, and lovely gardens to walk through
    Written 15 August 2019
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  • Lewis P
    15 contributions
    Nice range of local crafts and goodies but before you buy in there walk down the road a bit and have a look around I think you will be surprised at the bargains you can negotiate with the local shops and exactly the same product. This store is very much tailored for the tourist. My advise take a walk and help a local out.
    Written 7 August 2019
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  • DaisyClover
    Melbourne, Australia1,885 contributions
    This colourful Hari Krishna temple stands on the hillside overlooking Sigatoka. The entrance is in Dasi Lane where there is limited parking or it is a short walk from the centre of Sigatoka. Unfortunately the vegetarian restaurant there had not re-opened at the time of our visit.
    Written 28 May 2022
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  • Skye M
    22 contributions
    I had a Swiss massage by Sagrika and it was amazing. She listened regarding which areas to focus on and her pressure was perfect. The whole spa experience was lovely, with cold towel and tea on arrival, then fruit and water afterwards. The view is spectacular and all the staff were friendly and helpful.
    Written 27 November 2022
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  • Julie T
    Maryborough, Australia6 contributions
    Some of the store holders were quite aggressive in the way they were trying to get us to buy stuff. I felt a little intimated
    Written 24 November 2022
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  • Ruth E
    Melbourne, Australia73 contributions
    We walked from our accommodation to Hot Glass. We were HOT on arrival and were given the fan meant for the glass blowers!! The people who own and work here a wonderful. The craft of Peter is excellent. It's well worth the trip to watch the glass blowing and browse their stunning wares.
    Written 10 January 2023
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  • ella651
    Spruce Grove, Canada22 contributions
    What an amazing experience! Mereani was so kind and extremely skilled. I NEEDED a massage and my 2 teens had a bit of sunburn, she had exactly what we were looking for. The space is private, and beautiful - and we were lucky to have it to ourselves. When I called to book she said to please bring any drinks, snacks etc my boys would want to be comfortable.

    She applied each of their aftersun treatments, asking them all along the way if they were comfortable, and where they were ok with her applying the treatment on their bodies.

    Then I had an amazing head massage, followed by a full body massage. I prefer a firm pressure, and she did a great job of that, very strong. She checked in multiple times about the pressure, and how I was feeling. My kids’ treatments included a scalp massage each, but they decided they weren’t in to that - so she added a bit of hot stone massage to the end of my treatment.

    I found the pricing to be very reasonable, and highly recommend you book in if you’re in the area.
    Written 23 January 2023
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  • Scott J
    5 contributions
    The course was amazing. The hospitality was unreal. They have beer at pro shop with eskies. Best golf course ever. It wasn’t run down at all. No restaurant or bar but oh well. The staff were amazing. Take your clubs, clean them. Put them in the cart. Come around every 4 or so holes to make sure everything ok or need more drinks.
    It’s a hard and long course. Especially off the tips.
    Some of the nicest golf holes we have ever seen. Will be going again soon.
    Written 31 January 2023
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