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Sigatoka Shopping Tour

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Key Highlights
  • Sigatoka is famous for duty free shopping and local crafts!
  • Find beautiful souvenirs to take home
  • Enjoy the colorful fruit and vegetable markets
  • Complimentary hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Activity Schedule
    When does it run?

    Daily except Sunday


    3 hours

    Start time

    Start time: 0900h (09:00am)
    Duration: 3 hours

    Meeting Point

    Pick up from Nadi Airport hotels and Denarau Island Resorts.
    (Please mention your hotel details at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, please contact the local activity operator 24 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details.)

    Ending Point

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

  • Overview & Itinerary
    Overview Shopping for souvenirs from Fiji is easy with this half-day tour to Sigatoka with resort pick-up and drop-off included.

    Lively Sigatoka is well-known for its duty-free shops and handicrafts. It’s the ideal place to find gifts for friends and mementos of your Fiji vacation.

    The town is justly famous for its pottery. Other attractive local craft items are carvings, shell jewelry, and masi cloth.

    You will also find upscale stores selling surfwear and casual clothing and supermarkets where you can stock up on drinks and snacks.

    Visit the bustling fruit and vegetable market. Have your camera to hand to capture the colorful displays and smiling vendors. Browse the street stalls with their varied selection of goods. Don’t be afraid to haggle!


    Pick-up for the Sigatoka Shopping Tour is from selected hotels in Nadi and Denarau Island. This half-day tour can be taken either in the morning or the afternoon and an English-speaking guide will accompany you on the trip.

    Sigatoka is situated at the mouth of the Sigatoka River on the Coral Coast just 70 km from Nadi International Airport. The town is the main commercial center for the Coral Coast region, with a population of over 10,000 people. It serves farmers from the fertile Sigatoka Valley (known as the ‘Salad Bowl of Fiji’) who bring their produce to the market to be sold.

    The town is also famous for its handicrafts, especially pottery, and its duty-free shopping. The Sigatoka Handicraft Center is a good place to buy souvenirs. Managed by local women, this shop sells carvings, shell jewelry, masi cloth and other local produce. Jack's Handicrafts, Prouds and Tappoo are other well-known shopping destinations in the town.

    If you go in the morning there is an excellent hot bread shop. And don’t miss the colorful fruit and vegetable market. There is also a vibrant street market with small stalls selling a selection of items.

    When you get tired of shopping there are plenty of cafes and restaurants where you can get a drink or a meal (payable direct).

    At the end of the half-day tour you will be driven back to your hotel.

  • Inclusions & Exclusions
    • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
    • Transportation in an air-conditioned mini-van or coach
    • English-speaking guide
    • Meals and beverages
  • Please note & Additional info
    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

  • reviews
    • Lovely town to visit

      I had a great shopping experience in Sigatoka, but best of all was the scenery on the way there. It was good to see how people in the country live. My tour guide was excellent...

      Alda Venables, Australia, 29/May/2014
    • Very personalised tour.

      I was the only one going on the shopping tour this day. Felt so nice getting driven around by myself. Lots of fun and good shopping....

      mrs kim shanahan, Australia, 09/May/2014

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