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Coral Coast Waterfall Hike & Biausevu Village Visit with Lunch

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A morning of leisurely hiking and rainforest sightseeing awaits you on the Coral Coast as you trek to the Sava Nu Mate Laya waterfall. Swim in a cool lagoon fringed by giant ferns and wild ginger, and learn about Fijian customs as you share in a traditional kava ceremony in the village of Biausevu.

Ride along Fiji's pristine southern coastline and then turn inland toward the heart of the island as you make your way to the village of the Biausevu tribe. The local chieftain greets you and invites you to partake in a customary Fijian kava ceremony, pounding the root into a fine powder in the tanoa bowl and then mixing it with water to create a potent, relaxing brew.

From the village, head out into the jungle, making your way along a tree-shaded path. Cross over babbling streams, and listen in as your guide points out different tropical plants and explains their traditional, medicinal uses. Arrive at the falls, where a misty cascade of fresh water drops 65 feet (20 m) into a clear pool below. Go for a refreshing dip—there's even a shallow rock pool that's perfect for kids.

Your guide demonstrates how to husk a coconut and shares the tale of Fiji's twin goddesses, who brought the Polynesian art of tattooing from Fiji to Samoa. Legend holds that this was their favorite swimming hole. Kick back with an island-made beer during a tasty picnic lunch, and then end your day on a sweet note with a snack of flavorful tropical fruits on the drive back to your hotel.

A morning of leisurely hiking and rainforest sightseeing awaits you on the Coral Coast as you trek to the Sava Nu Mate Laya waterfall. Swim in a cool lagoon fringed by giant ferns and wild ginger, and learn about Fijian customs as you share in a traditional kava ceremony in the village of Biausevu.

Ride along Fiji's pristine southern coastline and then turn inland toward the heart of the island as you make your way to the village of the Biausevu tribe. The local chieftain greets you and invites you to partake in a customary Fijian kava ceremony, pounding the root into a fine powder in the tanoa bowl and then mixing it with water to create a potent, relaxing brew.

From the village, head out into the jungle, making your way along a tree-shaded path. Cross over babbling streams, and listen in as your guide points out different tropical plants and explains their traditional, medicinal uses. Arrive at the falls, where a misty cascade of fresh water drops 65 feet (20 m) into a clear pool below. Go for a refreshing dip—there's even a shallow rock pool that's perfect for kids.

Your guide demonstrates how to husk a coconut and shares the tale of Fiji's twin goddesses, who brought the Polynesian art of tattooing from Fiji to Samoa. Legend holds that this was their favorite swimming hole. Kick back with an island-made beer during a tasty picnic lunch, and then end your day on a sweet note with a snack of flavorful tropical fruits on the drive back to your hotel.

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Coral Coast Waterfall Hike & Biausevu Village Visit with Lunch

Activity Location

Naihehe Caves

Sigatoka

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel Pickup

    Nadi

  • Hotel Pickup

    Denarau

  • Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa

    Queens Road

    Korolevu

  • The Wellesley Resort Coral Coast

    Man Friday Road (off Queens Road)

    Korolevu

  • Crusoe's Retreat

    Man Friday Road

    Namaqumaqua Village

  • The Pearl South Pacific Resort

    Queens Road

    Pacific Harbour

  • Waidroka Bay Resort

    Queens Rd

    Pacific Harbour

  • Jack’s Handicraft

    Sigatoka

  • First Landing Beach Resort & Villas

    Nalamu Beach Vuda Point

    Nadi

  • Shangri-La's Fijian Resort and Spa

    Yanuca Island Cuvu

    Sigatoka

  • Mango Bay Resort

    Off Queens Highway Namatakula

    Sigatoka

  • InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

    Maro Road Queens Highway

    Natadola


Highlights

  • Leisurely trek to the 65-foot (20-m) Sava Nu Mate Laya falls

  • Refreshing swim in the rainforest waterfall's clear lagoon

  • Lush tropical flora like giant ferns, red ginger & Ivi trees

  • Customary kava ceremony in the traditional Biausevu village

  • Guide shares Fijian tales & medicinal uses for native plants


Inclusions

  • Guided jungle walk

  • Kava ceremony

  • Lunch and snacks

  • Beer, bottled water, and soft drinks

  • Roundtrip transportation to and from the Nadi, Denarau, Natadola, Coral Coast, Pacific Harbour, and First Landing areas, or from Sigatoka

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Know Before You Book

  • Children 4 and younger are complimentary.

  • At least 6 people are required for this activity to take place.

  • This activity is not wheelchair accessible.

  • This hike takes place on an unpaved trail without handrails, but is mostly flat and not very demanding.

  • This tour is best suited for guests staying in the Nadi, Denarau, Natadola, Coral Coast, Pacific Harbour, and First Landing areas. Pickup and drop-off from other locations are subject to a surcharge, payable when you redeem your voucher.

  • Pickup is between 6:30 AM and 8:30 AM. You will receive confirmation of your exact pick-up time when you call to confirm your reservation.

  • Please be ready and waiting in your hotel lobby 10 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time.