Sigatoka is located approximately 60 miles (97 kilometers) from Suva, the country's capital, and about 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Nadi.
Fiji attracts travelers from all over the globe, which means getting around is easy. Make sure you schedule in plenty of time to tour the many scenic and cultural wonders this region has to share. Head less than 1 mile (1. 6 kilometers) south from Sigatoka to Sigatoka, where you'll find the Sigatoka Sand Dunes and Kula Eco Park.
To truly understand a region, it's good to return to the past. Fiji's fine old traditional villages provide a wonderful starting point. The most rewarding places for tourists to visit when they arrive in a new destination are the spots that offer a window into the culture. Don't skip Fiji's craft workshops and art galleries.
Signing up for one of the guided nature walks is a good way to get an understanding of Fiji. Parasailing is the perfect activity for those hoping to bring out their more adventurous side.
Try popular Fiji dishes or drinks to get to the heart of the local culture. You will see that sweet potato and coconut are common elements in many local foods. Favorite meals include kokodo (marinated raw fish) and palusami (steamed meat with coconut and taro leaves), but naturally there are many other mouthwatering dishes to sample. Fiji dishes such as mixed rootcrops dessert are also a good thing to try. The restaurants in this region nearly always serve Fiji Taki Beer, so be sure to try one if you love good beer. Bounty White Rum is a popular spirit in the area. If you are after a refreshing drink, fresh tropical fruit juice is a good option.
When you are ready to put away your camera and say "Ni sa moce", you'll have heaps of great memories and photos.