A breathtakingly beautiful park! And at $10FJD (($5USD) entry fee per person perhaps the most inexpensive attraction/excursion on island.
I've done the 1 hour hike with my parents (mid 60's) and the 2 hour trail with my husband and friends. If you are able to walk hills, dunes and the beach then I highly recommend the 2 hour trail. It is spectacular!
The trails are clearly marked and the park staff are friendly, informative and helpful. We also took a digital photo of the map at the entrance to the trails, to refer back to if needed, which we didn't need.
Definitely need sunglasses (if it's windy the sand blows in your eyes),plenty of sunscreen or a UV shirt, hat and bottled water. Sometimes they sell beverages in the visitor centre but it's hit and miss. Best time to go is early morning or later in the day when the sun is not as strong.
The history of this site is very interesting and it's no wonder UNESCO has put the park on their tentative list as a World Heritage Site.
My only suggestion to The National Trust of Fiji, who is responsible for this park, would be to create a more attractive, easier to view display of the artifacts in the visitor centre. We will be going back to this attraction. Vinaka Vaka Levu!More