Kayak and River Rafting Adventures on Viti Levu in Fiji Islands


Village homestay with half day coastal sea kayaking

From 6 to 10 people - enquiries at this link
Cost per person in groups of between six to ten (includes accommodation, all transport and meals etc): F$200.00
*Transport costs while on the package. (ie not transport costs to Korovisilou or from Pacific Harbour if not returning to Korovisilou)

You can find out more on the itinerary below.
Day One
Korovisilou
  • Homestay at village of Korovisilou
  • Village tour
Day two
Kayaking

Deuba sea kayaking and snorkeling:

Breakfast at Korovisilou

Taxi to the mouth of the Deuba river

Our stable, two-person sea kayaks provide the ideal vessel with which to explore Fiji's beautiful coastline. We begin our ½-day journey near the mouth of the Deuba River where we are acquainted with our craft before heading out to sea.

En route, we will explore the mangrove forests that thrive in these coastal waters. As we paddle through these unusual forests, we'll keep a sharp lookout for local denizens that call this unique ecosystem home. Mud lobsters, herons, harrier hawks, king fishers, and fruit bats inhabit this area, which many refer to as "The Ocean's Nursery." Here amongst the "dread-locked" root systems of the mangrove forest, some of the ocean's fauna reside until they are large enough to fend for themselves in the azure waters of Beqa Lagoon.

Following lunch, we set our course for the open ocean where we search for coral gardens and the kaleidoscope of tropical fish that make this saltwater oasis their home.

Our final leg will take us along the sandy beaches of Pacific Harbour where we can relax beneath the shade of a palm tree and recount the memories of our coastal sojourn.

Take transport to your next village or hotel - or return to Korovisilou (F$70 per day per adult)

Recommended age groups: 10 up to 70 - men and women of average fitness. Do NOT go on this trek if you are not well, have a heart or medical condition and NOTE that you go on this adventure at YOUR OWN RISK - enquire here.
Recommended gear to take with you: some warm clothes, swimmers, reef shoes, snorkeling gear, bottles for water, insect repellent, cameras and video recorders, torch, comfy walking shoes.

Map at this link


Three day village homestay incorporating a full day kayaking off Beqa Island

From 6 to 10 people - enquiries at this link
Cost per person in groups of between six to ten (includes accommodation, all transport* and meals etc): F$480.00
*Transport costs while on the package. (ie not transport costs to Korovisilou or from Navua Town)

You can find out more on the itinerary below.

Day One
Korovisilou
  • Homestay at village of Korovisilou
  • Village tour
Day Two
Kayaking

Naiseuseu

Deuba sea kayaking and snorkeling:

Breakfast at Korovisilou

Taxi to the mouth of the Deuba river

This incredible journey begins with passage across Rovodrau Bay and Beqa Passage to the protected waters of Beqa Island. En route, we enjoy spectacular views of Vitu Levu's mist-shrouded, mountainous interior and palm-fringed coastline.

Following a hearty lunch, we head for Malumu Bay, where we sea kayak deep into the cliff-lined interior and visit Lawaqalevu Island, where hundreds of fruit bats cling to the surrounding trees like overripe fruit. Tides permitting, we paddle to the apparent end of the bay only to continue through a secret mangrove tunnel that leads to the great blue sea. Here, views of Kadavu, more snorkeling, island exploration and peaceful paddling fill the remainder of the afternoon.

We conclude our journey by riding the waves and chasing the setting sun back to the mainland. A gentle sea breeze and a colorful sunset conclude a full day of fun, making an exploration of Beqa Island and beyond a rewarding and memorable experience along Fiji's adventure coast.

Please note that the actual sequence of the trip and elements included are subject to tidal fluctuations.

Hang up your heels at the Village of Naiseuseu on Beqa Island

Day Three Breakfast at Naiseuseu

Leave for the mainland town of Navua or extend your stay at Naiseuseu (F$70 per person per day)

Recommended age groups: 16 up to 50 - men and women of above average fitness. Do NOT go on this trek if you are not well, have a heart or medical condition and NOTE that you go on this adventure at YOUR OWN RISK - enquire here.
Recommended gear to take with you: some warm clothes, swimmers, reef shoes, snorkeling gear, bottles for water, insect repellent, cameras and video recorders, torch, comfy walking shoes.

Map at this link


Three day village homestay incorporating River Rafting Upper Navua Gorge- Namosi

From 6 to 10 people - enquiries at this link
Cost per person in groups of between six to ten (includes accommodation, transport* and all meals etc): F$480.00
*Transport costs while on the package. (ie not transport costs to Namatakula or from Navua Town)

You can find out more on the itinerary below.
Day One
Namatakula
  • Homestay at village of Namatakula
  • Village tour
  • Traditional Lovo feast
Day two
Rafting

Namuamua

Whitewater Rafting on Inflatable Kayaks on upper Navua river

In the remarkable highlands of Viti Levu lies one of the most unique rivers on earth. Slicing a deep chasm through the island's tropical interior, the Upper Navua River is our hidden pathway to a pristine tropical wilderness. Shrouded in lush rainforest, fed by countless waterfalls and protected by challenging rapids, the headwaters of the Upper Navua have remained unexplored and unknown to all but the most intrepid adventurers - until now.

Join us on this unforgettable journey into paradise where you and your expert guides negotiate exciting whitewater, experience highlands culture, explore hidden grottoes, cool off beneath cascading waterfalls, search for exotic wildlife, and hike amidst emerald forests. Fun, adventure, and uncommon beauty - this full-day river trip has it all!

That night stay at the village of Namuamua - nestled between the junction of two great inland rivers.

Day three Return to Navua Town by water taxi and transfer to your next stop, or
extend your stay at the village of Namuamua for F$70 per day per person

Recommended age groups: 16 up to 50 - men and women of average or better fitness. Do NOT go on this trek if you are not well, have a heart or medical condition and NOTE that you go on this adventure at YOUR OWN RISK - enquire here.
Recommended gear to take with you: your sleeping bag, some warm clothes, swimmers, reef shoes, bottles for water, insect repellent, cameras and video recorders, torch, comfy walking shoes.

Map at this link


Three day Viti Levu Highlands adventure on inflatable kayaks and Longboat Excursion

From 6 to 10 people - enquiries at this link
Cost per person in groups of between six to ten (includes accommodation, transport and all meals etc): F$480.00
*Transport costs while on the package. (ie not transport costs to Namtakula or from Navua Town)

You can find out more on the itinerary below.
Day One
Namatakula
  • Homestay at village of Namatakula
  • Village tour
  • Traditional Lovo feast
Day two
Rafting

Namuamua

Whitewater Rafting on Inflatable Kayaks in Namosi Highlands

The adventure begins with an overland journey into the Namosi Highlands through the lush rainforest interior of Viti Levu. Atop jungle passes, we enjoy breathtaking views of Beqa Lagoon and other coastal areas, then descend into the beautiful and peaceful Namosi Valley.

Our journey through this idyllic countryside eventually leads us to the Wainikoroiluva River where we take charge of our own inflatable kayaks. After a brief training session, we are off to face the Class II whitewater and rock mazes of the 'Luva. Whether you're experiencing a good old-fashioned water fight, a rejuvenating dip beneath a waterfall, a picnic lunch in a garden grotto or the thrill of whitewater in your own inflatable kayak, we are sure that this portion of your journey will keep you entertained and yearning for more.

At the confluence of the 'Luva and Navua rivers, we board motorized longboats for the remainder of our trip to the village of Namuamua. We are afforded views of cascading waterfalls, lush rainforest, village life, and an occasional glimpse of the harrier hawk, fruit bat, kingfisher, parrot and heron that make this canyon their home.

That night stay at the village of Namuamua - nestled between the junction of two great inland rivers.

Day three Return to Navua Town by water taxi and transfer to your next stop, or
extend your stay at the village of Namuamua for F$70 per day per person

Recommended age groups: 16 up to 50 - men and women of average or better fitness. Do NOT go on this trek if you are not well, have a heart or medical condition and NOTE that you go on this adventure at YOUR OWN RISK - enquire here.
Recommended gear to take with you: your sleeping bag, some warm clothes, swimmers, reef shoes, bottles for water, insect repellent, cameras and video recorders, torch, comfy walking shoes.

Map at this link


Four day package of village homestay incorporating two day inland river adventure on inflatable kayaks

From 6 to 10 people - enquiries at this link
Cost per person in groups of between six to ten (includes accommodation, transport* and all meals etc): F$890.00
*Transport costs while on the package. (ie not transport costs to Namatakula or from Navua Town)

You can find out more on the itinerary below.
Day One
Namatakula
  • Homestay at village of Namatakula
  • Village tour
  • Traditional Lovo feast
Day two
Rafting

Whitewater Rafting on Inflatable Kayaks on upper Navua river

Join us for a truly memorable overnight experience in the Namosi Highlands. Our overnight trip begins on the upper Wainikoroiluva River. In the shadows of Mt. Nambui, we launch our boats on the 'Luva's fun Class II-III whitewater where you will experience this unique part of Fiji's hidden highlands. Along the way, our Namosi guides help you to explore this spectacular countryside through the eyes of a native Fijian. Our guides take great pride in an oral tradition of good old-fashioned story telling, sharing the ancient legends of giants, river serpents, and fearless warriors for which this part of Fiji is renown.

Our overnight camp is tucked into this remarkable landscape along the 'Luva River where spacious tents, extra thick sleeping pads, natural swimming pools, friendly staff and good food await you at the end of your first day.

Day three rafting and
Namuamua
Following a hearty breakfast, we are off for another day of fun and adventure.

We are off to face the Class II whitewater and rock mazes of the 'Luva. Whether you're experiencing a good old-fashioned water fight, a rejuvenating dip beneath a waterfall, a picnic lunch in a garden grotto or the thrill of whitewater in your own inflatable kayak, we are sure that this portion of your journey will keep you entertained and yearning for more.

At the confluence of the 'Luva and Navua rivers, we board motorized longboats for the remainder of our trip to the village of Namuamua where we are afforded views of cascading waterfalls, lush rainforest, village life, and an occasional glimpse of the harrier hawk, fruit bat, kingfisher, parrot and heron that make this canyon their home.

That night stay at the village of Namuamua - nestled between the junction of two great inland rivers.

Day four Return to Navua Town by water taxi and transfer to your next stop, or
extend your stay at the village of Namuamua for F$70 per day per person

Recommended age groups: 16 up to 50 - men and women of average or better fitness. Do NOT go on this trek if you are not well, have a heart or medical condition and NOTE that you go on this adventure at YOUR OWN RISK - enquire here.
Recommended gear to take with you: your sleeping bag, some warm clothes, swimmers, reef shoes, bottles for water, insect repellent, cameras and video recorders, torch, comfy walking shoes.

Map at this link