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Mud Pool Tour with Garden of the Sleeping Giant Visit from Nadi

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  • Great choice in Fiji for travelers with limited time
  • Hassle-free day: select hotel pickup, drop-off, and entrance fees included
  • A guide enriches your experience and teaches you about Fijian culture
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Mud Pool Tour with Garden of the Sleeping Giant Visit from Nadi
From US$61.60
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AFTERNOON TOUR - NADI HOTELS
The afternoon tour includes visiting Nadi Temple, Souvenir Shopping and a tour at the fruits & vegetable market. Enjoy a guided walk through the Garden of the Sleeping Giant and on to the Mud Pool.
From US$61.61
MORNING TOUR - NADI HOTELS
Highlights: - Nadi Hindu Temple - Souvenir Shop - Fruits & Vegetable Market - Village Tour - School Tour (On school days only) - Garden of the Sleeping Giant - Mud Pool & Hot Spring
From US$78.36
Overview

An action-packed day to get a real taste of Fijian culture is the perfect way to see more of Nadi in a short time period. Have fun, save time, and don’t worry about entrance fees as everything is included. You’ll visit a temple, go to markets, visit the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, and end the day with a mud bath at Sabeto Hot Springs.

What to Expect

Your whirlwind half-day tour of Nadi begins with select hotel pickup and drop-off. First stop of the day is Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple. This impressive structure is famous for being one of the biggest temples in the Southern Hemisphere, and its architectural style is rarely seen in countries other than India.

Next, you’ll visit a handicrafts shop—the perfect place to pick up souvenirs for loved ones. After shopping, you’ll experience a feast for all the senses—the colorful Namaka fruit and vegetable market. Learn about Fiji’s past by visiting Viseisei Village, Fiji’s first village, and then a primary school.

Nature lovers will be pleased to visit the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, which is home to spectacular orchids and tropical foliage. To end things on a high note, you’ll have a therapeutic mud bath at Sabeto Hot Springs, before a return journey to your resort.

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1 - 5 of 18 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great Experience

We had such an amazing experience on our Mud Pool Tour with Valentine. Our tour guide Gabby was a wonderful guide with who has a lot of knowledge and history about Fiji. Never get us bored and we are glad that we did this tour....More

4  Thank Samantha M
Valentine S, Guest Relations Manager at Valentine Tours Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Bula Samantha M, Thank you for your lovely feedback. We are pleased that you have really enjoyed our tour. Valentine Tours first priority is meeting customer expectations by delivering quality service. Gabby is one of our knowledgeable guides and we are glad that you have...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
A whirlwind of authentic Fijian experience

A fabulous way to catch a glimpse of the real Fiji away from the luxury resorts. Highlights were a delightful school visit with beautiful friendly children, and the colourful village tour guide - he was straight up, hilarious, and a great ambassador for his village....More

3  Thank Vanja V
Valentine S, Guest Relations Manager at Valentine Tours Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Bula Vanja V, Thank you for taking your time out for reviewing our Mudpool Tour. We are glad to hear that you had a great authentic Fijian experience. We will let the tour guide in the village know about this great feedback from you. Our...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
A Must Do

We booked this tour with Valentine at the hotel tour desk since we had the whole day free before our flight to Honolulu later in the evening. The tour is a must do since we get to visit alot of places around Nadi & also...More

5  Thank April C
Valentine S, Guest Relations Manager at Valentine Tours Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Bula April C, Thank you for taking your time to review us. At Valentine Tours Fiji, we strive to deliver the best experience to all our customers. Thank you for reviewing our tour as 'A Must Do" activity as we can tell that you have...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great Tour With Gabby

This was so far one of the best tour we did. Great tour with a really helpful guide. Gabby was great fun, very informative and just plain honest. Great time at Nadi. The temple was alright but undergoing renovation . The school and village tour...More

5  Thank Xin D
Valentine S, Guest Relations Manager at Valentine Tours Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Bula Xin D, Thank you for your feedback. We are happy to hear that this was one of the best tour that you did whilst on holiday here in Fiji. We are glad that you get to experience that with one of our best tour...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great Experience

I had such a wonderful time on this tour. We visited lots of places around Nadi and learned alot about the Fijian Culture. We also had a lovely tour guide who was very informative and helpful to everyone. Would highly recommend this tour to anyone.More

4  Thank Marc R
Valentine S, Guest Relations Manager at Valentine Tours Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Bula Marc R, Thank you for sharing your travel experience. Valentine Tours Fiji is a Family and Locally owned Travel Company which has years of experience in Hospitality& Tourism Industry. Our focus is providing the most memorable experience to our customers and to share the...More

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Asia T
April 24, 2018|
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Response from David W | Reviewed this property |
Just saw your question. “Washing off” is part of the experience. You first get covered with mud. The sun then dries the mud onto you. You then go into a “mud pit” where you clear off the mud. The bottom of the pit is... More
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