Lautoka Village Fort and Garden Tour

Price: $109.00
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Lautoka Village Fort and Garden Tour

During this scenic tour you will visit the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, Koro Makawa, and Kai Vuda before finishing your tour with lunch at Vuda Marina.

First you will travel inland in an air-conditioned vehicle to the 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. Walk across lily ponds and through canopy covered paths as you admire the expansive manicured lawns.

From there you will head to Koro Makawa, the 3,000 year old landmark commemorating the landing of the first Fijian Chief, and visit the caves they used to hide from their enemies. At Kai Vuda you will explore an ancient village complete with pottery and stone tool artifacts. Stop by the Boat Shed in Vuda Marina for a hot, authentic lunch before heading back to your ship.

Book this tour now and get ready to experience the beauty and history of this fascinating area.

Shore Excursion Size
Shore Excursion Type
Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration
4 Hours
Activity Level
Shore Excursion Leaves From
The Cruise Ship Pier. (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket upon confirmation.)
Food/Beverage Provided
An authentic lunch and bottled water is included.
Recommended Dress
We recommend wearing comfortable conservative clothing and walking shoes. Shoulders and knees must be covered, and hats are not permitted. Guests should bring sunscreen, insect repellent, and sunglasses.
Guests must be able to step in and out of the vehicle, and to navigate steep steps and caves. This tour can accommodate a collapsible wheelchair or walker, but those who are mobility impaired must have a companion to provide assistance. There are steep steps at Koro Makawa to enter the caves, and some of the surfaces traversed on the tour are unsuitable for wheelchairs.