5 Awesome Adventures for Kids in Fiji

1. Take a zipline tour

Zip from tree to tree, like something out of Avatar. Zip Fiji offers unlimited “zips” on their lines scattered along a tropical rainforest tour. Enjoy the breathtaking views from up in the treetops. It’s an exciting, unique way to see the rainforest!

Wainadoi, Pacific Harbour (Viti Levu)

679 930 0545

http://zip-fiji.com

 

2. Get up close to local flora & fauna

Kula Eco Park is an inexpensive and eco-friendly way to explore the biodiversity of Fiji. Kids get to hold iguanas, while the more daring can get friendly with a boa constricter snake! Take a walk among the flowers, enjoy lunch in the shade of the banyan trees. The best way to promote wildlife preservation to teach people to love it!

Kula Eco Park

Queen’s Highway, Sigatoka (Viti Levu)

679 6500 505

http://www.fijiwild.com

 

3. Visit a cave

The Naihehe Caves have a history that would excite any young explorer. The caves were once used as a fortress for warring Fijian tribes! Hear stories from local guides while taking a billibilli tour to the mouth of this sacred geological wonder.

Naihehe Caves

Sigatoka (Viti Levu)

http://www.historycavetourfiji.com

 

 4. Learn to surf

No Pacific Island vacation is complete without a little surfing. And once you get started — you won’t want to stop! Ever little surfer needs to start somewhere, though. That’s what surf school is for! It’s a fun, safe way to learn from the pros. They’ll have to hopped on a board by the end of one day — guaranteed!

Fiji’s Beach Cocomo Surf Camp

Queens Highway, Sigatoka (Viti Levu)

679-979-6228

 

5. Take a train ride

Littler kids love to explore, but sometimes they can’t keep up with the big kids. That’s where the choo-choo train comes in!  They can sit back and enjoy the sights from a historic train route along beaches, forests and cliffs. The Coral Coast Railway is one trip they won’t soon forget.

Coral Coast Railway

PO Box 571, Sigatoka (Viti Levu)

0011 679 6528 731

 

There’s so much to do in Fiji!

Sota tale! (See you soon!)

~ Loke

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