Were able to hold the iguanas and snakes and learn a lot about them from the witty and smart Miti A little expensive but converting to NZD not too bad and they are adding on with fish tanks and new enclosures We had kids from...More
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About Kula Wild Adventure Park
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You can tell in a few months this place will really be top notch. We experienced good hospitality while we were there. Animals looked well cared for. Admired the beautiful male peacock...who was actually trained we learned. Learned about endangered breeding program and more. Would...More
Great place for adults and children alike. Live coral reefs tanks should be functional soon. Also been told a zip line is being installed, should be great fun. Staff are friendly and informed.
There isn't much to see at the moment, hopefully once the renovations are finsihed it will be much better, staff were lovely. Entry is $30 pp, if you are staying at the Outrigger you can get a lift in a golf buggy to and from.
This is a nice park in a great setting. Not a lot of things to see, you do get to hold iguanas and snakes but it is the natural forest setting that you enjoy the most. They were opening their zip line the day after...More
There a not many mammals who made it across the see to Fiji, but those who did are often endemic. There is a lot to see in this little zoo. The different birds are specially nice, but also the whole setting is lovely and worth...More
We went to the Kula Eco Park and we learnt about the reptiles, bird life and other native wildlife of the Fiji islands. The Iguanas were very cute and happy to know that the Eco Park have a breeding program to increase their numbers. Tip:...More
We were on our Easter weekend down at the coral coast and we decided to take our Chinese Tutor to the place. It was so nice to see different types of birds & reptiles. The funny part was when My friends and our tutor just...More
My son did the junior park ranger program, and absolutely loved it! He got a shirt, lunch, helped prepare food for the animals and put it in the enclosures, helped with some measurements ect for research, planted a tree. He just loved it. They took...More