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Fiji Holidays: Things To Try in Fiji; The Sigatoka Sand Dunes

If Fiji Holidays are on your itinerary and you’re planning on being in Sigatoka, then you should really consider the highly recommended Sand Dunes. The Sand Dunes are a national park that is managed by the Fijian government. You can visit anytime between 8:00am and 5:00pm any day of the week.

The Sand Dunes have two major walking tracks, either a 1 hour walk or a 2 hour walk and if you’re on family holidays Fiji to see the natural beauty of Fiji then this hotspot is a prime destination for you.

You can either choose to take on the walking paths on your own and it would be highly suggested you get a map, people have been known to wander off course. Otherwise you can choose to pay for a guided tour by the local rangers that watch over the national park.

The Sand Dunes are expansive and beautiful and are a great spot for anybody who is interested in getting to know a little more about Fijian culture and the wilderness of the Islands.

When you walk the trail you’ll find yourself traversing through light forest before a clearing where you will find your gaze met by natural and beautiful huge sand dunes, if you’ve never seen such a thing it is a beautiful sight to behold especially right on the water. If you’re looking for a place for a beautiful sunset while on your Fiji resort this is the place.

The park is highly recommended for couples on honeymoon or on holiday. If you show up later in the evening it’s likely to be pretty quiet so you can enjoy some of the most breathtaking scenery mother nature has to offer while spending it with your significant other and being on the Pacific Ocean at sunset. It’s pretty amazing.

If you’re looking to see some of the natural beauty of a cultural heritage and nature sight and you want to get off the beat and path and away from the resorts then this park truly is for you. It’s important that you bring plenty of water with you because the walk can be pretty tiring and understand that the winds are almost always strong because you’re right on the water so you should have something to protect your eyes from flying sand when the wind gusts up. It’s also highly recommended that you wear long pants to protect your legs because after awhile the whipping sand will start to sting.

Beautiful Hike, Beautiful Time.