Information about Fiji - a Country in Oceania with 300 Islands -

Game and Nature Reserve


Colo-I-Suva Forest Park is a national park in a rainforest with hiking trails, a river & waterfalls with pools for swimming. Address: Kings Road, Nasinu, Fiji

Kula WILD Adventure Park is Fiji’s biggest Family Fun Park and an ecological preserve in Fiji. It is located on Fiji’s largest island, Viti Levu, near Sigatoka.

Koroyanitu National Heritage Park seems deep within Viti Levu’s interior. It’s very beautiful, with walks through native dakua (a tree of the Kauri family) forests and grasslands, birdwatching, archaeological sites and waterfalls.

Garden of the Sleeping Giant 2,000+ types of orchids, plus many native plants, in a tranquil setting with paths & picnic areas. Address: Garden of the Sleeping Giant, Fiji Islands, Wailoko Raod, Nadi, Fiji

Wainibau Falls was a very beautiful waterfall at the end of the scenic 5km Lavena Coastal Walk, part of which is in the Bouma National Heritage Park. It wasn’t particularly tall, but I thought it was beautifully situated behind a calm.

Tavoro Waterfalls are a spectacular series of three waterfalls nestled within the Bouma National Heritage Park. The first waterfall, called the Lower Bouma Falls, is said to be 24m tall and is easily the most popular as it allows swimming. The Middle Bouma Falls is said to drop 15m. Finally, the double-barreled Upper Bouma Falls has the shortest drop of the three at 10m, but it has a serene setting and it seems to be a much more secluded place for a swim to beat the tropical heat.


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