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Nadi Urban Adventures

Nadi, Fiji
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About Nadi Urban Adventures
Nadi Urban Adventures offers day tours with a local expert guide in Nadi. In only a few hours, you’ll uncover back streets and hidden gems as you step into the lives of locals, find out what makes the city tick, and get acquainted with local food, culture, and traditions. This fantastic urban experience is sure to be your best. day. ever. in Nadi.
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Neighborhoods of Nadi Walking Tour with Traditional Fijian Lunch

Immerse yourself in local Fijian life during this 3-hour walking tour through Nadi's neighborhoods. Take a break from your resort and follow your guide through bustling outdoor markets, where you can sip coconut juice and taste Indian sweets. With your small group of 15 people or fewer, get a true picture of daily live in Fiji, getting the chance to interact with some locals and peruse the neighborhood shops. Finish up your tour with a traditional Fijian lunch.
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3 hours
from $73.00

Small-Group Hiking Adventure Including Lunch with a Local Family from Nadi

Get off the beaten beach resort path in Fiji with this 6.5-hour hiking tour from Nadi. Follow your local guides into the heart of the island, listening to their insightful commentary about the island flora and fauna. Refuel with a traditional Fijian lunch at a local family's home. Small group is limited to 12 people or fewer; round-trip transportation from your hotel is included.
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6 hours 30 minutes
from $152.00

Clay-Making and Culture Fiji Tour

This creative tour will give you a glimpse of Fiji’s local artisan crafts. You won’t have to worry about arranging transport, as private transportation in a minibus is included. The tour will introduce you to a family-run clay-making business that would be hard to find alone. See the process of clay being made, and have a go yourself at making something yourself. At the end of the tour, you’ll get a souvenir to take home with you.
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3 hours
from $54.00
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Nathan A wrote a review Feb 2020
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I visited Vanua clay as part of a school excursion with my business class to learn about small businesses. When we were introduced to the business, we had the opportunity to create a clay bowl that Tai instructed us with an example, he also took the time to learn our names beforehand and handcraft special necklaces with our names on them. Then he came to our school a few days later with each of our clay bowls. I would highly recommend booking a visit to Vanua Clay as I myself had a wonderful experience and you can too.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Theodore H wrote a review Jan 2020
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Raymond has fantastic knowledge of all things Fiji. My partner and I had the best time with Raymond, and give it our strongest recommendation to anyone visiting Fiji. Will give you an experience far better than the resorts.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Patsy Mroz wrote a review Dec 2019
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My friend and I booked the walking tour with traditional Fijian lunch prior to our trip. I had no expectations. We were picked up on time by the Manager Raymond Lee. This was the highlight of our visit to Fiji. Ray was very knowledgeable about the flora. He went so far as to incorporate his humor when describing the flora like on isle 4 we have tumeric, on isle 5 ginger. As for the Fijian lunch, he selected a restaurant that locals frequent. He asked us what type of food we liked and made recommendations based on what we like. I give this tour a 10+. The views were spectacular. I highly recommend wearing hiking boots, wearing sunblock and bringing water.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Grace A wrote a review Dec 2019
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The hike was worth the breathtaking views that left us speechless!. The hike was suitable for even a moderate to low physicality level which was good for members in our group. Even though there was only three of us the tour continued as usual making it very personal and well timed. On top of such amazing views, our tour guide Raymond was absolutely amazing! He made sure we were comfortable and safe throughout the entire trip and accommodated to us very well. From the drive there and back he informed us on Fiji’s history, local guides and tips. We can not recommend this tour enough as the views will speak for themselves, it is even more worth it when you travel with Ray! Unfortunately we did not get the chance to eat with the local families as they had cultural commitments, but we were still able to enjoy a fulfilling meal at a local restaurant. Thanks Ray for such an amazing adventure on foot!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Prue B wrote a review Nov 2019
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My husband booked this from Aus for us and a couple of friends. We were at the designated meeting point outside Tappoo Shopping center in Nadi at the designated time and Paul walked out of the store and gave us a wonderful greeting. He was in a bright red shirt and asked if we were there for the tour. Paul then asked if there was anything in particular we wanted to see. He was extremely patient with us and very keen to share the history of Fiji. We did a lot of shopping and Paul was able to help ensure we got a good price for our items. The food market was amazing. We caught the bus to our lunch destination (late because we took up so much of Paul's time, but he said no worries Fiji Time). The restaurant didn't look like anything special and the food was amazing. Paul gave us some recommendations and we decided to share the four dishes we ordered. So much wonderful food very happy with the selection. I think sweets were supposed to be included but we just couldn't fit them in. We didn't have a bus pass (to get back to Denarau) and Paul offered to use his card and we could reimburse him. Such a lovely guy. It turned out we ran into a friend with a car so getting back to Denarau wasn't a problem. I would certainly recommend this tour especially if Paul is your guide. He took a few photos and shared them with us.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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