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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...more
All reviews hour walk mahogany forest longer walk drift wood great walk lots of water short walk visitor center wear closed shoes sun screen rugby team walk along the beach walking shoes entry fee small fee fruit bats worth the effort
We went to this place while we were on a road trip and it was totally worth the stop.
The place has 2 route options (see attached map image) and we took the shorter one which took us about 50 mins to an hour to...More
We did the short walk which was about an hour - it was relatively easy although going uphill through sand was a bit challenging. You can do a 2 hour walk but if you do I would go early or late in the day due...More
Finding access to the Sigotoka Sand Dunes was not easy nor did it appear to be marked. Although it showed up on Google Maps the destination seemed to be nowhere the dunes.
Apparently the famous Fiji rugby team train on the dunes so it is...More
Spectacular views of the beach and Sigatoka. We got some great photos.
Our guide (Tomasi) was very knowledgable and we learnt a lot about the fijian culture.
Definitely worth a look if your staying on the coral coast
The trek is very well organized and maintained. The entry fee to the park is FJD 10/person. Easy to go to with 2 main options (1h vs. 2h walk). Even our 2 y.o. was able to deal with most of the trek given how well...More
The views are beautiful. We saw different kinds of views along various parts of the walking track, and it provided for many excellent photo opportunities. The staff member at the reception was also friendly and helpful, and provided a good introduction to the place.
Went in through the Locals entrance, the back way, so cool. a steep climbed into the Dunes, too an amazing unique panorama for the South Pacific. The only true surfing beach spot in Fiji, walked around a took pictures.
Response from penalope2014 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I am so sorry I didn't see your question earlier. You don't need to organise at all once you get to the sand dunes u go into the visitor center and pay there ans the very helpful staff will explain everything to you... More
Hi, I am so sorry I didn't see your question earlier. You don't need to organise at all once you get to the sand dunes u go into the visitor center and pay there ans the very helpful staff will explain everything to you before you do the walk on your own. No need to book ;-)