The Coral Coast traditional day tour -
exclusive to village homestay guests

The main road from Naroro to Koro Levu winds along the Coral Coast's beautiful coastline taking you past some well known hotels like the Warwick, Naviti and Hideaway resort.

About 45 minutes from Naroro you arrive at a small village on a weatherbeaten track... this village provides the only access to the Coral Coast's Savunamatelaya Waterfalls... a perfect spot for a bit of swimming in a fresh flowing (and cold) Fijian river. Above you rises the waterfall - some 20 metres high in a stunningly beautiful location. (Note you will need to take F$10 per person for access to the waterfalls - this is paid directly to the village on who's land the water fall lies). The twenty minute walk to the waterfall from the village through some thick forest and alongside a beautiful winding stream is an experience in itself!

After a couple of hours at the waterfall Sireli takes you further down the Coral Coast to Baravi Handicrafts, famous on the Coral Coast. This is where you can buy Fijian handicrafts at a fraction of the prices paid at the resorts and hotels. Enjoy a browse here but don't buy their over priced golden cowries... ask Sireli where to go in the same village to haggle for these rare shells (don't pay more than F$150)!

Your guide on the path to the falls .. and a guest

The Savunamatelaya Waterfalls

Swimming in the pond under the falls

The staff at Baravi Handicrafts

Next you go to the village of Namatakula for lunch - the village where famous Wallaby winger Lote Tuqiri grew up. At Namatakula you will meet another of our hosts, Smon, who will then organise a tour of his village as part of this exciting package.

After your tour Sireli takes you to the Fijian town of Sigatoka - on the banks of the sprawling Sigatoka River. Here you can shop before being taken to the village of Lawai where you can watch a demonstration of traditional Fijian pottery making, dancing and singing before returning to a fantastic home to freshen up and enjoy another fantastic dinner at the Fort.

The pottery village of Lawai

where the ladies entertain you

The Fijian town of Sigatoka

It is important that you give your hosts at Naroro 24 hours notice for this activity as they need to contact Simon at Namatakula.

Cost per person just F$60 - with a minimum cost of F$100 (eg for one person) - this excludes the entry fee to the waterfalls

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