North of Nadi attractions

Village in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park


The rocky 4WD road to Navilawa hugs the Sabeto River, and there are some perfect swimming holes and waterfalls to plunge in: ask permission first from any locals you see. The village is set in an old volcanic crater…
Village in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park


Koroyanitu National Heritage Park is accessed via Abaca (Am-ba-tha) village, southeast of Lautoka, but you can't go alone: trails have been unmaintained for years. Contact Kalo Baravilala, who can arrange everything…
Historic Site in Foothills of the Sabeto Mountains

Lomolomo Guns

There is an abandoned battery of guns at Lomolomo, on a low rise at the foot of the Sabeto Mountains. Built in WWII to protect Nadi Bay, they are hardly a ‘must see’, but the walk up the hill offers some fine views …
Gardens in Foothills of the Sabeto Mountains

Garden of the Sleeping Giant

More than a garden, this must-see spot is an absolute botanic bonanza. Abloom with more than 2000 varieties of orchids, plus indigenous flora and other tropical beauties, the 20-hectare plantation makes for a gorgeo…
Hot Springs in Foothills of the Sabeto Mountains

Sabeto Hot Springs

Never mind the pricey resort spas: slopping around this natural mud pit and the geothermal hot pools will have you feeling like a million bucks, even if it's just from all the therapeutic giggling you'll be doing. I…
Market in Viseisei & Vuda Point

Craft Market

Tiny craft market at the entrance to Viseisei village doesn't have much in the way of exciting purchases, though you'll probably feel duty-bound to buy something after a good yarn with the ladies who run the stalls.