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We visited here 3 years ago, and the views and historic aspects made us want to come back when we returned to Fiji. Since we were there last, the visitor centre has opened. This has some very interesting insights of how it came about and...More
Do take the time to visit the Battery, the exhibition/museum is well done. Interesting information and photos. Not publicised nearly enough. It is quite new, please tell your friends if they are visiting the area a glimpse in Fijian history
Finally got to visit this Historical Military site in Momi that was built for the defense of Fiji's coasts from Japanese invasion. It was an awesome feeling to witness and see the extent of the preparation of allied forces efforts in the construction and training...More
Spent an hour here with my 3 kids, 5, 15 & 16, I really enjoyed it. The kids enjoyed it too. There are a couple of steep areas that looked dangerous but I just made sure my 5 year old wasn’t unsupervised. It definitely won’t...More
Overlooking the Navula Passage on the western side of Viti Levu this gunnery was built to protect Nadi in the event of invasion in WW11. fantastic views and positioned to ward off invading ships. Our transport guide who was Indo-Fijian had never heard of it...More
Hi. Yes you can get there with a driver. We used Micks Fiji and you can search for them on Facebook. They are very professional and very reasonably priced. We also did a traditional Lovo Lunch at the Village of Tau and also... More
Hi. Yes you can get there with a driver. We used Micks Fiji and you can search for them on Facebook. They are very professional and very reasonably priced. We also did a traditional Lovo Lunch at the Village of Tau and also visited the school as well. We had a wonderful time and our 13 year old and 10 year old loved every minute of it.