Visit Lautoka, Fiji's 'Sugar City' which boasts the largest sugar mill in the southern hemisphere. Exploring Lautoka you will see the marketplace, mosques, Hare Krishna Temple and the FSC Compound with it's old colonial homes. Return to Nadi via Queen's Road.
You'll be picked up from your hotel with the option to select a morning or afternoon tour, travel past the farming country with short stops along the way, continue north past the International Airport into the Sabeto Valley.
Sugar is Fiji's principal export earner and green fields of cane line both sides of the Kings Road. During planting or harvest times, oxen are still used to pull ploughs or cartloads of cut cane.
Your tour then continues onto the village of Viseisei, which according to Fijian legends is where the first Fijian's landed. Walk through the village, then travel to Fiji's second largest city, Lautoka appropriately known as the "Sugar City".
Lautoka boasts the largest sugar mill in the southern hemisphere. In Lautoka you can see the marketplace, mosques, the new Hare Krishna Temple and the FSC Compound with it's old colonial homes and 100 year old bayan trees.
The tour returns via a rural back road, the ideal way to see and meet local people at work and play. The high country affords a view of the offshore islands, as you return via Queens Road.
This tour operator is the winner of the AON 2007 Fiji Excellence in Tourism Award for Inbound Operator of the Year.
5 hours (approx.)