About The Tour:


A morning of leisurely hiking and rainforest sightseeing awaits you on the Coral Coast as you trek the waterfall. Swim in a cool lagoon fringed by giant ferns and wild ginger, and learn about Fijian customs and culture.

Head out into the jungle, making your way along a tree-shaded path. Cross over babbling streams, and listen in as your guide points out different tropical plants and explains their traditional, medicinal uses.

Arrive at the falls, where a misty cascade of fresh water drops 65 feet (20 m) into a clear pool below.

Go for a refreshing dip—there’s even a shallow rock pool that’s perfect for kids.

Enjoy a day trip at your own pace and in the comfort of your own private vehicle and your own local your guide.

Pick up from your resort from where you will enjoy your own private air conditioned transfer. Stop at your leisure and enjoy all the amazing scenic spots along the coral coast. Refreshing swim in the rainforest waterfall’s clear lagoon Lush tropical flora like giant ferns, red ginger & Ivi trees Guide shares Fijian tales & medicinal uses for native plants Snacks (Water, Soft Drinks & Fresh Fruit) included and led by a local guide Enjoy a quick bite for lunch or indulge is some cold beverages at the many local eateries.

Children 3 and younger are complimentary. At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place.

This activity is not wheelchair accessible. This hike takes place on an unpaved trail without handrails, but is mostly flat and not very demanding.


Next up:


The ‘Naihehe’ Cave complete with easy access, a comfortable environment and a captivating history. It was a fortress to one of the last cannibal tribes – and you will see some captivating and compelling reminders of this; including the cannibal oven and ritual platform.

This cave was ruled by a pagan priest and hundreds of people lived inside for months at a time. Natural features include sparkling stalactites, stalagmites, flow stones and underground springs – but it is the history that makes this cave particularly special and so unique.

At the Village you will participate in a customary traditional kava ceremony and prayer ritual. Next up is a 15 min walk across native bush and farms to the river before a bamboo raft ferries you across the river for a short walk to the Naihehe Caves. These Bamboo rover rafts are still the traditional mode of transport for river based villages.




  • Village Tour & Kava Ceremony
  • Farm and Plantation Tour
  • Biasevu Waterfall Visit
  • Nahehe Cannibal Cave tour
  • Lunch at the local village




  • Return Transfers
  • Entrance Fee’s
  • Private Tour Guide
  • Light Lunch
  • Refreshments


What To Bring:


  • A sarong for village visit
  • Comfortable clothing & footwear
  • Water bottles & a camera
  • Sunglasses and sunscreen
  • Change of clothes
  • Towel & swim wear
  • A big bula smile


Terms & Conditions:


  • Subject to availability – Bookings Essential
  • Must be used in 1 visit
  • International visas are the responsibility of the traveler
  • Travel Insurance is not included and highly recommended
  • Public Holidays are not included
  • Grab A Deal will refund guests within 48 hours of purchase if requested dates are not available
  • No cash back
  • Not to be used with other offers
  • Transfers included for selected Coral Coast Resorts/Hotels only




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