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Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park

Queens Road, Sigatoka, Viti Levu 679, Fiji
+679 652 0243
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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 Dunes National Park. A key contributor to its protection is the archaeological treasures buried beneath the dune sands. These artefacts have contributed to the history of man's first arrival in Fiji. Today, evidence of this past continue to be unearthed by the wind. The Park is home to a unique Dune forest which is now home to a myriad of wildlife. Some notable inhabitants of this forest include the Fijian Swallow tail Butterfly, the fruit bats, the Goshawks, the giant stick insects and cryptic Pacific Boa. The National Park is a Fijian heritage, rich in both natural and cultural attributes.
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Queens Road, Sigatoka, Viti Levu 679, Fiji
+679 652 0243
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Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

I was a volunteer in Fiji and had to see the sand dunes the first time I came with friends, and walked the long trail, it an amazing day and beautiful views! I loved it so I had to bring my family to the dunes...More

Thank 1994Nz
Reviewed 18 August 2016

We went in the morning and were the only people there. .Did the longer walk, not too strenuous, beautiful. Lovely staff.

Thank Jane0670
Reviewed 17 August 2016 via mobile

Not what you expect on a visit to Fiji! Large sand dunes, remote landscape, wild coastline, fruit bat roost. Perfect place for a walk, especially on a dry cloudy day when it's not too hot.

Thank Jacqui T
Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

We enjoyed the views. We took the long route which brought us over the ginormous sand dunes and through a black sand beach. The black sand beach was not fun to walk on. Feet kept sinking in the sand, I would say that was the...More

Thank Strahbary3
Reviewed 13 August 2016

Initially we weren't sure how to get there or even where the entrance was. We had a driver who had been there in his younger years training for football, so we went that way and never found the correct entrance. However it was a great...More

Thank sunnycoast09
Reviewed 10 August 2016

Great view of ocean and the village. A bit of a hike to get to the top of the sand dunes, but worth the view and the photos

Thank Horselandtash
Reviewed 9 August 2016

Great fun amazing views , the staff were very friendly, so friendly that they even gave us sun cream, that's what I call attention to detail.

Thank janethomson2
Reviewed 4 August 2016

As an archaeologist working in the Pacific, visiting here was like going to Mecca, as this is where some of the first Fijian inhabitants arrived 3000 years ago. Although you can't access the area where the sites are located it was just fantastic to see...More

1  Thank Rick M
Reviewed 2 August 2016

We did the short walk which is approx. 1h with kids. Mix of dunes, beach and forest. Great views. Nothing spectacular to note but we had a good time (and the entrance fee is very reasonable). Bring some water and good shoes (no flip flops).

Thank Zizgig
Reviewed 1 August 2016

Our guide was knowledgeable & friendly who even gave us a tour of his village nearby. Sand can be hot so be sure to wear proper footwear. Once up, the views are amazing. We went post Winston Cyclone so some of the dunes were washed...More

Thank Mohammad I
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Hello there, hope someone can help me. (1) Can you take a Pacific/Sunbeam bus from Nadi Bus station and alight in front of the Sigatoka National Park? I understand the express buses do not stop. How about the Stage buses? (2) For the return journey back to Nadi Bus station, do I need to go to Sigatoka bus station and then connect to a bus heading to Nadi bus station? Or can I just flag it from outside the Sigatoka National Park entrance? (3) Can u take other forms of transportation heading to Sigatoka National Park and return, e.g. the mini-vans and if yes, how do I get on board? Just flag them down with a wave of my hand?
23 August 2016|
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Response from Tracie L | Reviewed this property |
When I went there I caught a taxi. As the dunes aren't far away it was only a small fair. Just tell the taxi driver which walk you are going on and he will return to pick you up. BTW go on the 2 hour walk, it is more... More
Are we able to rent boards to surf down the sand dunes?
7 April 2016|
Response from Elaine K | Reviewed this property |
No. it's all on foot. Wear close toed shoes, if you go
Hi does anyone know what is the latest time we can arrive in the park in the afternoon in order to do either the 1 hour or 2 hour hike. We would prefer to do the two hour hike when its less hot say after 330pm? Can we arrive at the park at around 330 or 4pm? We are reasonably fit and experienced hikers so should have no problem completing the hike in less time than recommended. Thank you.
7 March 2016|
Response from Sigatoka Dunes F | Property representative |
Bula Tim, You can organize for a afternoon walk around 3:30pm or 4:00pm. Please contact our Park Manager. Thank you. Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park Rangers.