The Koroyanitu National Park is one of the oldest national parks in the South Pacific Region. It is only a short drive from Nadi but feels a world away from the hustle and bustle of the Viti Levu’s busy coastal towns. The trails through the park wind their way through native “Dakua” Pacific Kauri forests and grasslands. You will then find yourself at the beautiful jagged peaks, clad in alpine lichens and rolling mists.
There are six small and largely self-sufficient villages within the park. They all cooperate as part of a conservation project that is intended to protect Fiji’s only unlogged tropical montane forest.
ABACA is a National Heritage Park, home to some of our native birds and fauna. The drive gives one a birds’ eye view of the Mamanuca and Yasawa group of islands, as well as the city of Lautoka. Giving you many photo opportunities. On arrival at the village, you will be met by your guide/host who will brief and fill you in on the history and lifestyle of the villagers before you take on the trek. It is approximately a 4-hour return trip.
On the trek to the spectacular waterfalls, the guide will keep you informed of the wildlife and herbal medicines. A great opportunity for bird watching as well.
A Fijian lunch will be served on your return to the village after partaking in a traditional ‘Welcome Kava Ceremony’. We have more photo stops followed by a visit to the local fruit, vegetable and handicraft markets before drop off at your respective hotels.
Denarau Hotels: 8.45am
Nadi Area Hotels: 9:00am
Lautoka Hotels: 9.30am
What to bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes,
- Spare change of clothes,
- Mosquito repellent,
This tour operates seven (7) days a week
Eco Tours FijiFiji Eco Tours is a 100% Fiji owned business established in the jet set town of Nadi. Now located at Lot 13 ATS Subdivision, Votualevu.
Our primary objective is to provide our customers with the best Fijian eco experience available. As such, we offer our services seven days a week and cater for a wide variety of eco activities. Our highly dedicated and professionally trained staff span a wide variety of cultures.
This is one of the unique features that makes Fiji a tropical paradise and a true Pacific treasure trove. A majority of our staff comprise the villagers of the various sites that we visit It is their choice to display the beauty of their homelands to visitors from both foreign and local origin.
The staff of Fiji Eco Tours truly cherish the “Bula!” spirit which defines Fiji. The “Bula!” spirit is reflected in the smiling faces, friendly and harmonious voices that can be seen and heard in Fiji. It is what establishes Fiji as being the way the world should be.
So be sure to carry your “Bula!” spirit at all times and greet everyone you meet with a beaming BULA!!!