Naroro is just seven kilometers inland of the large town of Sigatoka.
All major coach companies offer inexpensive transfers (as low as F$13) from Nadi to Sigatoka so your travel costs to Naroro, if travelling alone, can be minimal. Alternatively (if you are brave) you can catch a local bus which costs about F$6 per person from Nadi to Sigatoka.
To get to the village of Naroro from Sigatoka you cross the Sigatoka river by road and then take the first turn to the left just yards after you have crossed the bridge. (Click on image right for intersection). The sealed road soon becomes dirt - you travel about seven kilometers passing the village of Naroro on your left just before climbing up a steep hill. Go about one kilometer up this hill (the lower slopes of the famous Tavuni Hill) and then watch out for the sign to the Tavuni Fort on your left. Sirelli will be there to meet you at the large bure where you will be staying.
Click on the image in the map below for satelite image of Naroro's perfect
Tavuni fort - which looks down on the village of Naroro is just a short walk from historic Tavuni Hill (see map below).
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See the map for location of Naroro on Viti Levu