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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
I actually climbed the massive sand dunes to get to the top of it and to my most amazing surprise I was so glad I made the climb
The most breathtaking sights I have ever seen
1 of the best activities I have ever experienced
The paths were well marked and the scenery well worth the walk. The day we visited the dunes there weren’t a lot of people, so we had a nice, leisurely walk through the park. It was a nice, sunny, though partly cloudy, day, which made...More
Came here for a nice walk to burn off those big breakfasts! $12 dollar entry. Various routes can be taken(short and long) I chose the long walk and walked even further than I should. Took around 2.5 hours. Take water with you. Some amazing views...More
Having heard about these sand dunes from a friend, I decided to head there one weekend with a friend as well.
We had trouble finding the place as Google Maps led us astray, but some directions from a kind local got us there. If you...More
Date of experience: August 2019
sigatokasanddunes, Manager at Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park, responded to this reviewResponded September 18, 2019
After reading your review, I see that you did not actually visit the Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park.The area you visited is a privately owned portion, belonging to a local family. This place is referred to as Kulukulu. The area is not necessarily...More
This was an amazing hike! Loved going up in the sand dunes, and the reward after was having the beach to ourselves. It was a long walk, but so beautiful and peaceful. Current looked to strong to swim in, but still got our feet wet....More
Great place for a walk - we did the one hour loop as we ran out of time to go to the unstable dunes. One of the rangers was going off duty and lived near the dunes so he jumped in the car with us...More
We took a local mini-bus from Shangri La resort towards Sigatoka and alighted outside the National Park centre along the road for 1 FJD. The admission price was 10 FJD per pax, and we did the longer <2 hours trek through the forest to the...More
We took the shorter of the two available trails. Still able to see some amazing sand dunes, and for those not so fit like us, maybe a better idea to take the shorter trails. Once you hit the sandy area, it’s not an easy walk....More
This dunes show you very different variations of nature. Sands, jungles, combination of dunes and ocean waves looks incredible.
Really nice place.
There were two routes for 1 and 2 hours.
We walked the long one.
Not so difficult for tracking.
Price for entrance -...More