The 8 Best Things to Do in Viti Levu, Fiji

April 9, 2018 Merry Kessler

Fiji's largest island, home to capital Suva, offers some wonderful beaches. Palm-fringed Natadola Beach, reputed to be one of the best beaches in the world, is a picture perfect crescent of powdery sand leading to dramatic cliffs. Coconuts hang overhead and the striking azure lagoon entices swimmers.
Restaurants in Viti Levu

1. Zip Fiji

Nadi Airport, Pacific Harbour, Viti Levu, Fiji +679 672 6045
Excellent
79%
Good
17%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
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Terrible
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4.5 based on 419 reviews

Zip Fiji

Enjoy the high-flying thrills of the South Pacific's largest zipline adventure zipping over the tree top canopy with breath taking views of the Pacific. We're located just minutes from 30 minutes from Nadi and we'll even pick you up and return you to your hotel.

Reviewed By Beth F

The experience itself was incredible. Well worth the money at around 165 AUD each. The guides Jack and John were super lovely, knowledgable and personable. Good variety of zips and the cave was incredible. Safety conscious set up and being a rock climber; I noted how new and good quality all the gear was.
This day would have been perfect but the coach ride in and out was horrible. The driver was rude and drove very unsafely. At one point he hit a river crossing at speed which caused me a shoulder injury against the window slider. It is quite a long drive from the coral coast and becomes veey uncomfortable as the van is very small and bumpy.
100% would recommend this experience, but I wouldn't utilise the transfer service from th coral coast again.

2. Natadola Beach

Natadola Beach - Cabana Massage, Sigatoka, Viti Levu, Fiji
Excellent
66%
Good
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Satisfactory
7%
Poor
2%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 626 reviews

Natadola Beach

Considered one of Fiji's best Beaches, Natadola features pure white sand, many much-needed shade trees and horses for hire - both gentle rides for children and adult-level treks as well.

Reviewed By hakano - Geneva, Switzerland

Generally it is not easy to find a beach with clear sand and free of some dangerous sea creatures in Fiji. Natadola beach is an excellent option. You can access it from intercontinental for a 40 FJD per person food voucher. Only down side is the horses that the local villagers riding on the beach, which is polluting the area.

3. Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool

Wailoko Rd | Sabeto, Nadi, Viti Levu 10944, Nadi Airport, Fiji +679 834 0088
Excellent
55%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
2%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 1 reviews

Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool

Reviewed By Jim T

So again the reviews for this place are mostly positive. And its something i or my family have never experienced. Overall everyone had a good time and enjoyed the experience. I myself am glad i tried it and would recommend this place as a must see and Do activity while in Fiji.

4. Kula Wild Adventure Park

Queen's Highway | Opposite Outrigger On The Lagoon Resort, Sigatoka, Viti Levu, Fiji +679 650 0505
Excellent
52%
Good
38%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
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Terrible
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Kula Wild Adventure Park

Kula WILD Adventure Park is a 28 acre property set in 3 Valleys, with 12 acres of coastal forest open to visitors. Huge walk-through enclosures put the visitor inside the habitats of our resident parrots, doves, water birds & reptiles. Marine displays of Ocean turtles, soft & hard coral and tropical fish provide a glimpse of the spectacular marine world that surrounds the 300+ Islands of Fiji. Not forgetting The all new Rollercoaster Zip Rail, the first of its kind in Fiji. As well as our 110m Splash Mountain Jungle Water slide, and kiddies splash pool with water jets, slides and more... With almost a kilometer of wooden walkways, Bridges, rest areas and 2 cafes, the park provides our visitors with the opportunity to experience the ‘wild side’ of Fiji in comfortable and safe surroundings. Abundant signage explains the displays and our dedicated staff are on hand to answer any questions you may have. Come and hold a rare Fijian Iguana or a Boa constrictor for photo ops and selfies, in our Interaction area. Help us hand feed our baby sea turtles 3 times daily. Your visit is vital to the Breeding Programs and Student Education courses we do and we truly appreciate your support. Vinaka!

Reviewed By JillPSydney - Sydney

Being met by a friendly green iguana was a good introduction to this small but very interesting nature park. It was a very well presented park with activities that suited both small children, and adults. Kids were encouraged to feed turtles and the walk-through bird cages were well done. I'm not a great fan of keeping birds in cages but most of them looked pretty happy and well looked after. If you have small children there is a lovely swimming pool with some good amenities, and for the young at heart and teenagers, there is a great zip line that goes through the trees. Note that the parking is difficult - don't cross the causeway, park outside the park on the roadside. It was worth a visit.

5. Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park

Queens Road, Sigatoka, Viti Levu 679, Fiji +679 652 0243
Excellent
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Good
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Satisfactory
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Poor
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4.5 based on 387 reviews

Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park

Sculptured through the workings of wind, water and vegetation, the Sigatoka Sand Dunes stand out as one of Fiji's most unique wonders. In 1989, 390 acres of the Sigatoka Sand Dunes was established as Fiji's first National Park- The Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park. A key contributor to its protection is the archaeological treasures buried beneath the dune sands. These artefacts have contributed to the history of man's first arrival in Fiji. Today, evidence of this past continue to be unearthed by the wind. The Park is home to a unique Dune forest which is now home to a myriad of wildlife. Some notable inhabitants of this forest include the Fijian Swallow tail Butterfly, the fruit bats, the Goshawks, the giant stick insects and cryptic Pacific Boa. The National Park is a Fijian heritage, rich in both natural and cultural attributes.

Reviewed By hisu2009 - Melbourne, Australia

Amazing views ! Huge sand dunes! Beautiful!
When we arrived gate was closed due to Christmas holiday. So we asked locals and found a way to climb the dunes. It was a 70 degree climb but totally worth it.
Please check the timing before you go. There is a small entry fee. If gate is closed you can still climb the dunes by asking an alternate route.
Don’t miss it.

6. Robinson Crusoe Island

Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji +679 628 1999
Excellent
62%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
5%
Terrible
6%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 380 reviews

Robinson Crusoe Island

Robinson Crusoe Island recreates that perfect tropical island rhythm, where you'll experience the beautiful Fijian customs, culture and cuisine. A secluded Fiji Beach Resort with very affordable Fiji Island Accommodation. Truly a paradise, complete with an incredible assortment of free activities for you to enjoy. Live the life with fantastic Fijian traditions like fire and knife dance shows, basket making, dancing under the stars, bonfires, and kava ceremonies - and take in even more of the incredible local culture via the freshest of island feasts. So much to do! You don't want to forget the majestic beauty of the ocean, so hit the water with free snorkelling and sea kayaking, take a jet ski tour or head for the exciting water park. You're on holiday so you need to get pampered! Treat yourself to the onsite Nautilus Spa. Get cultural and learn to make coconut jewellery or pick up island dancing or why not cast out a line for some amazing sports fishing. Fancy a few rounds of golf? Get your game up on the world class scenic Natadola Golf Course. Whether you want to come and stay or visit us for a day or night tour, we have many affordable options available.

Reviewed By RigiDig - Sherwood, Oregon

When going on an excursion that is new and exciting, you never know what to expect. The Robinson Caruso Island tour is no exception and definitely fulfills the experience of a lifetime.
We are immediately picked up on a very nice huge tour bus that is plush on the inside. You are immediately swept away by the comforts of the seats and the atmosphere inside. After getting through all of the pickup points, were on our way to the drop off point. The bus ride to the drop the rendezvous point by the river is about an hour ride. Once you get to the river, you then transferred over to a tender boat which will take you to the island; that is a 40 minute boat ride.
The weather during our ride was rainy and the staff had all of the weather blinds down, so there was not much to see. Because you sit in close quarters with everyone, it gave you great opportunity to get your group and to network. So, I highly encourage you to be brave and get to know those who are with you.
Once you reach the island, you are immediately greeted by a small group of musicians singing their traditional Fijian welcome songs. Do not be shy about yelling Bula to the villages, they take pride in “Bula” and want you to be proud of it too.
The island is beautiful and plush with a lot of greenery. The villagers there are very hospitable and want to welcome you into their “family”. You are guided into the main meeting place where they welcome you and make their introductions. They go through a whole routine of “Bula” and “Kava”. Meanwhile, while that is all going on, dinner is being prepared in a “lovo” style dinner. “Lovo” in Fijian means “underground oven”. They prepared a delicious meal of potatoes, chicken, beef, vegetables and salads. After they pulled the food from the “lovo” they had a couple of guys do some fire walking.
We all gathered back to the main area for more music and kava; basically just waiting for the dinner bell to ring. Once everyone got seated and began eating, the village staff started the dinner show. What an amazing show!!! We were all entertained with traditional Fijian and Polynesian dancing. Through the dancing the dancers told their story of how they fought for their land, they told love stories and celebrated special occasions. Throughout the evening they also did a lot of fire dancing.
In closing, this is one tour that I recommend you put on your list of “things to do” while you are visiting Fiji. Not only do you get out of the mainstream living of the resorts, hotel and Nadi. But, on Robinson Caruso Island, you actually get to experience how a true village operates. Robinson Caruso Island also offers overnight staying, so that too is something to consider to really get a firsthand look of what goes on in the villages.

7. Vuda Point Marina Fiji

Vuda Point, Viseisei, Viti Levu, Fiji +679 666 8214
Excellent
49%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
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4.5 based on 216 reviews

Vuda Point Marina Fiji

Vuda Marina Fiji :: Located in the hub of the South Pacific, we are a unique commercial marina complex operating as a haven for yachts travelling the South Seas. We are a berthing and repair marina equipped with a 63 ton WISE travelift (largest in Fiji) with hardstand and more than 35 'hurricane holes' for those monohulls that choose to sit out the cyclone season with their keels lowered into pits. And we're growing!But you don't have to come in with a boat to enjoy our service! The Yacht Shop is our in-house yacht chandlery which stocks a large range of commercial & recreational equipment. The General Store grocery, deli & everyday necessities. Toast a beautiful sunset and enjoy a cosy and tasty meal at The Boatshed Bar & Restaurant or simply enjoy a quick snack & coffee at The Boatyard Cafe. Enjoy live music on Sundays!

Reviewed By Christopher S

Welcoming staff, a nice wee shop, chandlery and fishing/dive gear, and a bar and resturant . wasnt that impressed with the food, reheated and sparse.but i keep hearing from others how good it is so will try again!
Staff and general vibe 10/10. A great first port of call in Fiji.

8. Garden of the Sleeping Giant

Wailoko Rd, Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji +679 672 2701
Excellent
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Good
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Satisfactory
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Poor
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Terrible
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4 based on 1 reviews

Garden of the Sleeping Giant

Wander through this incredible plantation of over 2000 different types of orchids, started in 1977 by the late actor Raymond Burr, of Perry Mason and Ironsides fame.

Reviewed By Salmondeschutes - Oreogn

We were encouraged by our taxi driver to see these Gardens. They were more beautiful as you keep walking through them. The flowers, water, and trees were full of color and peacefulness. We spent an hour and half. When done, you are offered a wonderful, cold drink. So good! Wear your insect repellent but they also offer at the desk. Only a few mosquitoes but be prepared in case.

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