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Sculptured through the workings of wind, water and vegetation, the Sigatoka Sand Dunes stand out as one of Fiji's most unique wonders. In 1989, 390 acres of the Sigatoka Sand Dunes was established as Fiji's first National Park- The Sigatoka Sand...more
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We did the 2 hour loop through a forest with the songs of birds and crickets, onto a grassy hill with great views, onto the beautiful sand dunes over looking the rugged coast line and sandy beach below where we ate lunch, and then down...More
For this experience it’s ideal you don’t go in the peak of the heat/sun of the day as most of the walks have no access to shade. Plus, the 7’s train here in the early morning so you may catch a glimpse!
Thongs are fine...More
We as a family had been advised that the 5 Klm dunes walk is well worth doing. It certainly is!
It is a reasonably easy walk with a couple of hills.
We made one slight error with the map reading but soon rectified it. The...More
Don’t expect too much from the dunes. We went on the short walk (1 hour). When you get to the top of the hill the 360 degree view is pretty good. The dunes are covered in grass and are hard to see. Might be better...More
Located 5 to 10 minutes bus/taxi ($1fjd) drive from Sigatoka town centre is the Sigatoka Sand Dunes NP. Entrance fee $10fjd pp.
There are several walks to do to see the black sand dunes. We did the long walk which was less than 2 hours...More
These are huge sand dunes, mostly covered with foliage but with enough sand showing. The Park Ranger was informative and discussed the different routes to walk. The surf along the beach creates large waves and there is so much driftwood brought in by the sea....More
My husband and I stopped here to go for a "wonderful" walk to see these fabulous sand dunes in Fiji and wound up walking on paths that had not been cared for, stepping over fallen trees, climbing up broken steps to get to broken, wooden...More
Response from penalopelouise | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I am so sorry I didn't see your question earlier. You don't need to organise at all once you get to the sand dunes u go into the visitor center and pay there ans the very helpful staff will explain everything to you... More
Hi, I am so sorry I didn't see your question earlier. You don't need to organise at all once you get to the sand dunes u go into the visitor center and pay there ans the very helpful staff will explain everything to you before you do the walk on your own. No need to book ;-)