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Lautoka Sightseeing Tour

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    • Adult (16+)
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Key Highlights

  • Visit Fiji′s most famous village and meet the locals
  • Explore historic Lautoka - ′the Sugar City′
  • Travel through lush green countryside and enjoy beautiful views
  • Friendly English-speaking guide
  • Overview
    Visit Nadi’s scenic heartland on this sightseeing tour, see Lautoka, Fiji's second largest city and explore the most famous Fijian village, Veseisei.

    Known as the Sugar City, Lautoka is a multi-cultural center and home to the largest sugar mill in the southern hemisphere. Wander around its colorful marketplace, and see the new Hare Krishna temple and the mosques. Step back into the past as you view the graceful old colonial buildings and the 100-year-old banyan trees, standing in silent testimony to the changes wrought by time.

    Interact with the friendly locals in the legendary village of Veseisei, where the first Fijians landed. Enjoy charming rural scenes as you return via Vuda and catch tantalising glimpses of distant islands.

  • Activity Schedule & Itinerary

    Activity Schedule

    When does it run?

    Daily except Sunday


    3 hours

    Start time

    Start time: 0900h (09:00am) and 1300h (1:00pm)
    Duration: 3 hours

    Meeting Point

    Pick up from First Landing hotel.
    Give us the details at the time of booking. Don’t worry if you have not booked your hotel yet, our customer service executives will get in touch and confirm the details.
    If your hotel is not a pick-up location, you will be advised of the closest pick-up location and collected from there.

    Ending Point

    At the end of the tour you will be dropped off back at your hotel


    Your tour will begin at Nadi Airport where you board an air-conditioned vehicle and move north towards Lautoka, passing the lush sugarcane fields along the way.

    The tour stops at the celebrated village of Veseisei which, according to legend, is the place where the first Fijians landed. Get down from the vehicle and take a walk through the village. Remember to say ‘Bula’ (the traditional local greeting) to the villagers!

    Continue to Fiji’s second largest city, Lautoka, known as the ‘Sugar City’. Lautoka boasts the largest sugar mill in the Southern Hemisphere.

    You have an hour to explore the city at your own pace. Shop or have a meal at one of the local restaurants (payable direct) or visit the bustling marketplace.

    Re-board the vehicle and continue the pleasant drive around Lautoka where you’ll see Hindu temples, mosques and a compound with old colonial homes and 100-year old banyan trees.

    The tour returns via the rural Vuda backroad, the ideal way to see local people at work and play. Enjoy a view of the distant offshore islands as you return to your hotel via the Queen’s Road.

    At the end of this delightful half-day tour, you will be dropped back at your hotel.

  • Inclusions & Exclusions


    • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
    • Transportation in an air-conditioned mini-van or coach
    • English-speaking guide
    • Entrance fees


    • Meals and beverages
  • Please note

    Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.

    Additional info

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have

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