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The Coral Coast has long been a favourite Fiji destination and is one of the most sought-after tourist stretches, beginning 15km south of Nadi. White sand beaches cover the coastline between Nadi and Suva, the perfect setting for large and small accommodation options. Discover one of the world’s largest ‘fringing’ coral reefs, surrounded by rainforests, mangroves and mountainous peaks. Diving and snorkelling are unsurprisingly some of the more popular activities, while the drive from Nadi to the Coral Coast is spectacular in itself.
Nestled amongst the white sands of the Coral Coast, Natadola Beach is considered one of Fiji’s most beautiful (yet unpredictable) beaches. Conditions can be quite rough so unless you’re extremely brave perhaps resist the temptation to windsurf or swim into deep water. An untouchable beauty, Natadola Beach is best enjoyed by the sand or on horse-back. Take a horse ride down the beach and enjoy refreshment from a green coconut. Indulge in a beach-side massage or walk along the shore for stunning sunset photos. Photo by Ken Ku-Chih, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic license.
As the name might suggest, Paradise Beach is a sought-after destination for tourists wanting to escape the town for memorable holiday experiences. Located on Beqa Island, Paradise Beach is a 12-acre property designed to give visitors a taste of simple Fijian fun: food, drinks, snorkelling, waterfalls, hammocks and music, all in a day-trip. Once you reach Beqa Island and get a dose of island seclusion and relaxation you won’t want to leave. Enjoy your piece of paradise while it lasts!
Sigatoka River Safari
A trip through Fiji’s Sigatoka River is an unforgettable way to discover the Fijian landscape. Departing from the town of Sigatoka, you’ll learn about Fijian culture and village lifestyle in the half-day trip. Delve into Fijian history aboard your custom built safari jetboat. Tour guides share local history, customs and even Fiji’s cannibal past as they guide you through the scenic Sigatoka Valley.
Local operator Rivers Fiji has a variety of tour packages ranging from kayaking to white water rafting, all departing from Pacific Harbour. Explore the Wainikoroiluva River and the Upper Navua Gorge from an inflatable kayak or whitewater raft and immerse yourself in the forests, villages and beautiful coloured waters. If you’re keen for adventure take the ultimate 8-day trip from the highlands to the islands.