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Tivua Island Full-Day Captain Cook Cruises Excursion

1. Tivua Island Full-Day Captain Cook Cruises Excursion

Set sail by tall ship to idyllic Tivua Island from Nadi on a full-day introduction to cruising the islands of Fiji. Tivua is surrounded by 500 acres of spectacular coral reef, is a sanctuary for turtles during the nesting season, and boasts a ring of white sandy beaches. As you sail on the 2-masted tall ship Ra Marama you can sunbathe on the bowsprit, watch for dolphins playing in the waves below, and enjoy the music and entertainment on board. This historic brigantine, named after a famous 19th-century Fijian war canoe, was built for the Governor General of Fiji in 1957. When you arrive at Tivua Island, you can swim in the tropical waters, explore the island, or simply relax on a pristine sandy beach. If you're feeling energetic, there’s a selection of water activities available, including snorkeling and canoeing. Indulge in a delicious buffet BBQ lunch before sailing back to Nadi. The ship departs daily from Port Denarau, Nadi, at 10:00 AM and return to port at 5:00 PM.

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Suva: Fijian Nature and Waterfall Tour

2. Suva: Fijian Nature and Waterfall Tour

After being collected from your accommodation or the cruise ship terminal, you will be greeted by your guide before venturing into the wild. Once having arrived at the location, you will be free to take a dip in one of the natural swimming pools, follow a nature trail.  You are encouraged to keep your ears and eyes ready to spot the numerous birds that inhabit this park, with this tour making for a great experience if you are a nature lover. You will later travel along local waterfalls, where you will have stops for photo shoots, and there is also the possibility to swim and have a barbecue if so desired. There are two car parks at the entrance of the park, with one leading to the upper pools and the other to the lower pools. There are two pristine and clear waterfalls in the park, one being the famous Waisila Falls which is around 15 meters deep, making for a great place to do a spot of swimming and diving. At the conclusion of your experience, you will be returned safely to your point of origin.

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Viti Levu: Navua River Tubing

3. Viti Levu: Navua River Tubing

This trip is a good way for you to explore and see more of Fiji. After being picked up from your hotel you will be transferred to Navua where you will board a boat and travel upriver into the Namosi Highlands to witness the beauty of the Fijian interior passing through meandering rapids, passing cascading waterfalls, tropical rainforest, and deep gorge. Enjoy a remote Fijian village and witness life away from the cares of modern living. Go on a walk through the jungle and a plantation then enjoy a swim under a waterfall before eating lunch on the riverside. After lunch, have fun tubing downriver and riding through gentle rapids scattered along the river.

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Nadi Zip Line & Cave Tour

4. Nadi Zip Line & Cave Tour

Enjoy an adventurous tour suited for all ages where you cannot only explore Nadi's nature from the 16 giant ziplines but also explore the limestone cave. Enjoy breathtaking views and create lasting memories on your adventure in Fiji.  Begin your zipline adventure at the upper part of the mountain where you will be surrounded by the abundant old growth of the big hardwood Vesi trees. Used in making bowls for native kava ceremonies, with most of the Vesi trees having been cut down, this makes the Nadi tour quite a unique experience. You will then use the ziplines and transition to the lower section of the mountain, filled with rain trees and of course, the caves are an exotic ecosystem unlike any other.  You will get to experience an unprecedented adventure of 5km of ziplines woven into a truly spectacular wildness setting of caves, canyons, and mountaintops. Soaring higher, faster and longer than ever before these 16 giant ziplines offer, jaw-dropping speeds, breathtaking ocean views with the added adventure of limestone cave exploration. On this tour, you’ll experience three different ecosystems.

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Nadi: Sunset Dinner Cruise with Lobster

5. Nadi: Sunset Dinner Cruise with Lobster

This 3-hour Fijian dinner cruise aboard the luxurious Catamaran Fiji One takes you on a scenic sail past idyllic tropical islands, all set aglow by the setting sun. As you glide into the sunset, enjoy a BBQ dinner accompanied by fresh salads. For a real treat, choose the lobster upgrade to savor the essential taste of the Pacific: a whole local lobster chargrilled and served on the half shell with accompanying seasonal vegetables. Dinner is accompanied by tea and coffee, or feel free to treat yourself and order drinks from the onboard bar service (not included). After dinner, sit back and enjoy traditional Fijian entertainment, including a cultural show featuring talented local singers and musicians. As the horizon turns from sunset pink to deep blue twilight, watch the stars light up the sky and reflect on the water, the perfect way to end your evening cruise around Fiji’s picturesque Pacific islands.

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Captain Cook Cruises Sunset Dinner Cruise in Fiji

6. Captain Cook Cruises Sunset Dinner Cruise in Fiji

This 3-hour Fijian dinner cruise aboard the luxurious twin-deck sailing catamaran Fini One takes you on a scenic sail past idyllic tropical islands, all set aglow by the setting sun. As you glide into the sunset, enjoy a BBQ dinner accompanied by fresh salads. For a real treat, choose the lobster upgrade to savor the essential taste of the Pacific: a whole local lobster chargrilled and served on the half shell with accompanying seasonal vegetables. Dinner is accompanied by tea and coffee, or feel free to treat yourself and order drinks from the onboard bar service (not included). After dinner, sit back and enjoy traditional Fijian entertainment, including a cultural show featuring talented local singers and musicians. As the horizon turns from sunset pink to deep blue twilight, watch the stars light up the sky and reflect on the water, the perfect way to end your evening cruise around Fiji’s picturesque Pacific islands.

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Viti Levu: Mud Pool, Temple, and Sleeping Giant Garden

7. Viti Levu: Mud Pool, Temple, and Sleeping Giant Garden

Begin your day trip at the vibrantly hued Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple, which is the largest Hindu temple in the southern hemisphere. Admire the traditional Davidian architecture and the painted wooden carvings of deities crafted by artists who traveled here from India. Continue your journey and stop at Nadi to visit a local handicrafts shop. Here, you can browse for souvenirs before making your way to the Namaka Market, where errand-running locals peruse colorful stacks of tropical fruits and vegetables. From there, head to the Garden of the Sleeping Giant to stroll through beautifully landscaped trails through lush gardens featuring more than 2,000 different kinds of delicate orchids. Your final stop is at the Sabeto Mud Baths, where you can soak in a mineral-rich mud pool and rinse off in the clear waters of a thermal hot spring. Relax on the ride back to your accommodation. A divine, gratifying, and soul enhancing experience is guaranteed.  Make a stopover at a local primary school to visit the children. Any stationary or donation will be much appreciated. Then visit Fiji's first Fijian Village where the ancestors landed, Viseisei Village. This is a very culturally rich tour that enables you to learn about the village lifestyle and the traditional Fijian culture. 

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Fiji: Fiji Untold Broadway Show Entrance Ticket

8. Fiji: Fiji Untold Broadway Show Entrance Ticket

Let yourself be drawn into an enticing song and dance performance that will awaken your senses and give you a better cultural understanding of the island. Admire the performance in a state of the art 450-person capacity arena and see traditional Fijian concepts and stories retold in exciting modern and innovative ways. Discover the story of a young girl of Fijian heritage as she is plunged into a journey of daring self-discovery. Watch as her journey takes her beyond the soil she is born of and into the dreamy Fijian underworld she has only ever heard of through the half-whispered half-remembered dance stories of aunties and uncles around late-night kava sessions.

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Natadola Beach and Veisabasaba Village Day Tour

9. Natadola Beach and Veisabasaba Village Day Tour

You’ll be picked up at your hotel in the morning and begin your 6.5-hour tour with a ride through Nadi and on to Veisabasaba village. At the village the locals will greet you with a customary kava ceremony. Sip this relaxing brew and then spend some time exploring the village itself, watching the villagers perform traditional songs and dances and learning about daily life in the islands. From there you’ll continue on to Natadola Beach, a postcard-perfect swathe of pristine white sand lapped by shimmering turquoise waters. Enjoy some free time at the beach, lounge in the shade of rustling palm trees, or go for a swim. Have lunch at a beach resort, and If you'd like, you can check out other beach activities like horseback riding, snorkeling and massage before you head back to your hotel.

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Coral Coast & Village School Tour from Nadi or Denarau

10. Coral Coast & Village School Tour from Nadi or Denarau

Experience authentic Fiji culture on the Coral Coast on a half-day tour from either Nadi or Denarau. Following pick-up from your hotel, cruise past the island's southern beaches as you make your way along the coast. Cut inland at the Sigatoka River to reach the town of the same name. Then, journey to the bustling market as you make you way through the village. Check out the colorful mounds of tropical produce and seasonal fruits, and bargain like a local. Continue to the Lawai Pottery Village, where you will be greeted with a traditional kava ceremony. Watch the villagers pound the kava root to make an earthy liquid that they then share as a sign of welcome. After the ceremony, watch the locals at work crafting pottery from the silt clay of the riverbed. Learn how local plants like eucalyptus resin are used to glaze and decorate these traditional wares. Before you head back to your hotel, check out Sigatoka's massive Hare Krishna temple, perched on a hilltop overlooking the river below.

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What people are saying about Viti Levu

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 93 reviews

We booked the tour a night before and were completelly surprised and amazed with the tour,service and our guide. We are first time in fiji and with two small kids,but everything was organized really well. We appreciate all the help which was provided:) our guide told us a lot about Fiji and about everything wecoul see travelling around Nadi. Questions were always welcome. We feel that our guidemade an extra mile while talking and showing Fiji to us:) our guides name was Dave:)

We both loved our day out on the river! The guides were great with lots of information and good fun to make the whole day enjoyable! Lunch was great! Would definitely recommend doing this tour! Lovely company with great staff! Thankyou!

William Danford and his crew were exceptional throughout the river tubing, waterfall and Fijian village tour. I would highly recommend this activity as my friend and I thoroughly enjoyed the whole activity and would come back again.

The tour was well organised, the food was excellent and the music and good humour of the crew were top shelf. The choice of Tivua island was also great as it offered some good snorkelling.

Fantastic people on the boat, they’re so welcoming and just give you that big Fijian smile and Bula. We really enjoyed the day, well worth the money!!