Lautoka Port – Shore Excursion – Cruise Ship Passengers
We meet on arrival and welcome you on board for a Private Day Tour of the main attractions. Our trip includes a tour of Fiji's Sugar City Lautoka , stops for shopping or refreshments , drive to Nadi with major stops at Veseisei Village - First Fijian Landing, Sabeto Mud Pools and Hot Springs, Garden of Sleeping Giant followed by late Lunch (own cost) before we drive you back on time to board for your next exciting destination
The tour kicks of with you being picked up from the Port in our air-conditioned vehicle for a private tour of Lautoka City, visiting markets and stopping at major tourist shops.
Later, as we head towards Nadi, we pass by a Catholic Church, Schools and University with options for stopovers at the Church and School. One of our major stops will be at Veseisei Village where the first Fijians landed before settling Fiji.
Our next stop is the Sabeto Mud Pools and Hot Springs. This is a very popular spot for both locals and visitors. The pools are an opportunity to experience a therapeutic natural thermal mud spa – the ideal remedy for self-cleansing or naturally beautifying yourself.
The nearby Garden of the Sleeping Giant houses a variety of more than 2000 magnificent Asian orchids and Cattleya hybrids which was once a private collection of the late American actor Raymond Burr.
Following the stops, we head to Nadi Town and explore the vibrant colours and rich cultural surroundings of the Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple. Take a stroll through the Nadi Markets, stop for Lunch (own cost). After lunch, we’ll shuttle you back to Lautoka to board your ship to your next exciting destination.
Duration – 6 Hours
Includes all Entrance fees
Entry to Village and Markets are closed on Sunday’s
(Minimum 4 passengers required to operate this tour)
Tour is refundable if booking is cancelled before 07 days of departure, administration fee of AUD50.00 per person applies
Cancellation inside 07 days of departure is non-refundable.
No Shows – will result in full cancellation and value of tour being forfeited.