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We caught the Wessbus to Nadi from the Denarau. When we were getting off a lady and a man said did we need some help. They said we needed to be careful as the Indians would rip us off and the Fijian villages needed the...More
This is a great way to get a window into an important part of the daily lives of many people in Fiji. Better yet, it’s a great way to sample some of the many delicious fruits and vegetables grown nearby. When we visited, there were...More
If you read the preceding comments of being accosted our visit experience was initially similar. We had one day leaving from Denaru taking the yellow bus to the market. Some toothless guy took us to show us grossly overpriced ??? authentic Fijian goods. Mostly they...More
The markets themselves were quite subdued and not much going on. Mostly run by Indians though. On our way to the markets we were greeted by a Fijian Lady who seemed lovely and showed us to an “authentic” Fijian handicraft market where they welcomed us...More
A good place to stop to buy Kava root if travelling to a traditional village. Interesting local produce to see. Polite and friendly stall holders. Our transfer driver Neel was very helpful in recommending the markets
This open air market has dozens of stalls where local Fijian’s bring their produce to sell. Several people on Denarau suggested it to us and we wish we would have gotten there earlier in our trip. The stalls are packed with every kind of locally...More