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Koroyanitu National Heritage Park

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Koroyanitu National Heritage Park | Nawaka, Lautoka, Viti Levu, Fiji
+679 701 2035
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This magnificent park has something for everyone: a chance to explore waterfalls and forests, swim in a mountain stream, picnic, hike or take a rigorous mountain bike trip.
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  • Average3%
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Koroyanitu National Heritage Park | Nawaka, Lautoka, Viti Levu, Fiji
+679 701 2035
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Hiking in Koroyanitu Park was one of the highlights of our trip to Fiji! The villagers in Abaca were wonderfully sweet and welcoming and the trails easily followed. I would suggest a pretty good level of fitness for these hikes as they are pretty steep....More

1  Thank Misty W
Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

This place is simply excellent for a day family trip. The walk to the waterfall and back takes some good physical health bit my kids made it to the waterfall and back. The scenery along the way is outstanding, and the walk gives a lot...More

2  Thank Alvin S
Reviewed 27 July 2017

We did a 2-night stay, 1 night in the Abaca village and 1 night at the peak of Mt Batilamu. The hospitality of the local people is fantastic, the climb is challenging, however very rewarding. A picturesque part of Fiji, but then again where isn't.

Thank Blair H
Reviewed 13 May 2017

I was coming to Fiji and didn't want to do all the stereotypical touristy-type stuff so I found this as a day trip. I spent the overnight in Latouka at an Air BnB and then arranged to go up to Abaca in the morning. There's...More

4  Thank Sam S
Reviewed 11 April 2017

It was nice to get away from the industrial port of Lautoka and see how the locals live. Booked a tour through Abaca Village for a 3 hour waterfall hike with the best guide ever- Melissa! Came back to have a local meal with a...More

2  Thank ADoucy1211
Reviewed 4 April 2017 via mobile

If you love a walk & wish to take in a little Fijian highland in.... this is a nice day out. If you drive yourself - rent a four wheel drive at either Nadi or Lautoka where I did from the local car rental company...More

3  Thank hitchenpost
Reviewed 21 February 2017

This place is a little hard to get to. Requires an expensive tour of around $200(Fijian) per person, or a 4X4 taxi can be hired just outside the Lautoka market for $80-$100 round trip total for up to 5 people. It's about a half-hour drive...More

3  Thank MtRainierDave
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

I really suggest you hire a guide to lead you to the best places and help you along the route. This is not for amateurs! The steps are steep and often wet. I recommend shoes that you keep on even in the water. Bring bug...More

1  Thank annarc6
Reviewed 28 December 2016

If you are into hikes with rewarding views, this one is not to be missed. We drove to Abaca village from Denarau with our 2 kids (10 and 12) and I recommend a SUV or 4WD but we made it with our sedan, though at...More

3  Thank Wendy Y
Reviewed 20 October 2016

Koroyanitu National Heritage Park has the most accessible walking trails of Fiji’s two National Heritage Parks. The park was preserves the area’s natural forests and endemic birdlife from clearing for pine forest and encroaching grasslands. At the Abaca visitor centre you can pick up pamphlets...More

3  Thank KarolaRS
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Rachel N
18 November 2016|
Response from TimFP | Reviewed this property |
Yes with a time frame of 8am-5pm either the waterfall or summit hike is possible. You can also include the village visit+simple lunch (separate fees for each but will be reasonable if you pay directly at the park visitor... More