Lautoka Bula Discovery Tour
Visit the historical and cultural highlights of this magnificent area in Fiji on this exciting tour from Lautoka.
Travel inland by air-conditioned vehicle to the beautiful Garden of the Sleeping Giant located in the Sabeto Valley which lies north of Nadi. This tranquil garden contains more than 2,000 species of Asian orchids belonging to the late American actor Raymond Burr. Meander along canopy covered paths, note the well-manicured lawns and cross over lily ponds.
From there you will head to the seaside village of Viseisei, the oldest settlement in Fiji and home to its Chief. Listen as your guide shares stories of its significant past and observe how the residents live. You will then continue to Nadi, an area well known for its tourism and sugar cane production. Take a photo of the colorful Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple, the largest Hindu temple in the Southern hemisphere, then stop at a vibrant, local market for some shopping.
Prepare for an unforgettable time in some of the beautiful gardens and villages in Fiji by reserving your spot today.
Reviewer: Daniel McMullen
We booked with Costco and were completely satisfied. We even got a $380.00 gift card to pay our way to Arizona to get out the cold!
This tour was very nice the orchid gardens were beautiful but because it was a Sunday we could not visit a village but did get to see ancient ruins of what was left of an original settlement.
Great, very informative and enjoyable. Friendly, knowledgeable guide.
Reviewer: Louis Suarez
We were met outside after disembarking and were taken by a van on an amazing tour of Lautoka and several highlighted area, Hindu Temple, Orchid Garden and the ride of the village of Lajutoka. We were overwhelmed by this experience and would highly recommend this tour.
Visiting Raymond Burr's private estate garden was the highlight. The Hindu temple stop was a letdown as we expected a more elaborate structure. This one is gaudy. They make you remove your shoes at the entrance, requiring a walk across very hot pavement to reach the "temple". A visit to a produce market was interesting but the stop for shopping not so much.