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it may seem authentic but all is not what it appears .Staff are all over you to sell and the prices are such that you might just as well buy duty free at the airport or jacks and save yourself the mileage .try going back...More
I'm not sure why one of the other reviewers thought they were hard sell. Our experience, and observation of others, was that they truly let you shop in peace. They are nearby to answer questions and are eager to assist, but we went to some...More
As soon as you park there is someone to open your car door which was nice. You then enter the shop which is quite large and modern and then it starts - you will have someone follow you everywhere and whenever you take an interest...More
You can buy everything that Fiji has to offer in this shop Great range good prices and great quality of items Short Bus ride ($2 each)or Taxi( we paid $6) from The Naviti Resort Nice helpful ( sometimes a little too helpful) staff We filled...More
We were brought to this souvenir shop by our driver. We agreed just to be polite but we were glad that we did. The staff there were extremely welcoming and friendly, giving us the history behind certain items in the store. Most of the items...More
This really is a one stop store for all of your souvenir needs. They don't have a lot of junk made in china. As with all places in Fiji you go back a week later and they still remember your name. They do worldwide shipping,...More
This is a fun little gift shop. They always have someone playing guitar for the kids, and are very helpful. A portion of every sell goes to help the local village. They also have a coffee and smoothie vendor so you enjoy something to drink...More
I understand some of the reviews saying that they were “interrupted” while shopping but think of it this way instead. Most of these ‘souvenirs’ have a large historical past to it. They have a large selection of war clubs and carvings, the staff is extremely...More
We ventured into Baravi on our trip to Sigatoka.
The shop is nicely set out and the staff were very helpful.
You can also purchase ice creams and cold drinks.
The insight into the products for sale was great.
The price was slightly cheaper than...More
It says, "no pressure shopping" but the women in the store, especially for the jewelry, were hard-selling. Still, it's a very big shop with TONS of stock. The salesman was extremely helpful and even gave me a free espresso as I shopped! My husband found...More