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4 Days 3 Nights
Group size: 2-14
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1 Small Group
From $683pp

Venture Insight

Venture far into the interior of Fiji’s largest island Viti Levu and be rewarded with stunning valleys, pristine rivers, dramatic peaks and a rich traditional culture. Joining a hike in this terrain will leave you with a much greater appreciation of the country’s history, people and rural life and is far away from the resorts of Denarau.


Experience Authentic Fiji

Listen to the local guides share stories of how they live, where they fish. Be humbled by the generosity of the women as they provide dinner at night often without the aid of electricity.

Escape the Beach

You will be taken right into the heart of Fiji - visit waterfalls, walk through forests, wade rivers, cross open grassland, and stay in remote villages.

Climb Mount Tomanivi

Test yourself and climb Fiji's highest peak at 1323 metres, an extinct volcano in the northern highlands on the main island of Viti Levu.

Itinerary

day 1

Nadarivatu

Travel to Nadarivatu and stay in the village of Naga from where the walk starts. The village will host a welcome dinner and then it is an early night. 
day 2

Nadarivatu to Nubutautau

The next morning after breakfast be farewelled by your Naga village hosts and set out on the 12km walk which gives some great views over the valley. The path drops down into the upper Sigatoka Valley and, with six river crossings, you follow the river to Nubutautau, where you spend the night.
day 3

Nubutautau to Navala

Refreshed from a good night’s sleep it is an early start as you head up onto the ridgeline and into the open plains before the heat of the day.  After some spectacular views across grassy, craggy hills you will drop down to the Ba River for a swim, before following the river to Navala and a warm welcome at Bulou’s Lodge.
day 4

Navala

On your final day it is a leisurely start and then your hosts will guide you around the traditionally built village of Navala before heading back to the coast. Or, if you would like more walking, there is an add on visit Nabalesere and hike to their fantastic waterfall and do a 19km forest walk. More peaks! Climb Fiji’s highest mountain at 1.323m.  More culture! Stay an extra night in a village.
day 1

Nadarivatu

Travel to Nadarivatu and stay in the village of Naga from where the walk starts. The village will host a welcome dinner and then it is an early night. 
day 2

Nadarivatu to Nubutautau

The next morning after breakfast be farewelled by your Naga village hosts and set out on the 12km walk which gives some great views over the valley. The path drops down into the upper Sigatoka Valley and, with six river crossings, you follow the river to Nubutautau, where you spend the night.
day 3

Nubutautau to Navala

Refreshed from a good night’s sleep it is an early start as you head up onto the ridgeline and into the open plains before the heat of the day.  After some spectacular views across grassy, craggy hills you will drop down to the Ba River for a swim, before following the river to Navala and a warm welcome at Bulou’s Lodge.
day 4

Navala

On your final day it is a leisurely start and then your hosts will guide you around the traditionally built village of Navala before heading back to the coast. Or, if you would like more walking, there is an add on visit Nabalesere and hike to their fantastic waterfall and do a 19km forest walk. More peaks! Climb Fiji’s highest mountain at 1.323m.  More culture! Stay an extra night in a village.

Includes

We provide transport from start to finish from either Suva or Nadi, or the Suncoast region - either directly in one of our 4WDs or by using local taxis, minivans, and carriers - basic accommodation, most meals, a dedicated trip leader, local guides, entry feels, all cultural requirements, contributions to village development funds, as well as taxes. A 4WD vehicle remains with hikers throughout the trip for safety and to transfer overnight bags to each day's destination, so hikers only carry day-packs with essentials.

Fiji is the ultimate destination for families - many of the resorts featured have extensive activity programs to keep your kids occupied. Whilst for those seeking romantic experiences the Island Resorts are there as your private retreat.

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In Fiji there is the opportunity to discover their culture – to relax in paradise with gentle ocean breezes, palm fringed beaches and crystal clear waters – and always there is the friendly Fijian people.

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