Things to do in Lautoka

Top Things to Do in Lautoka

Things to Do in Lautoka


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  • Ariella J
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The walking trails in Koroyanitu NP are stunning. I intended to go with a guide on my trip because being a solo female traveller in an unknown place I wanted some assurances around safety (and to just be able to enjoy the hike!). A huge thank you to the folks at the Ideal Bed and Breakfast - I wasn't a guest but had read a review for their accommodation mentioning a guide for Abaca village where the hike starts. I cold called in to their place and they were super kind and flexible to organise one of their staff, Knox, to take me. They even offered breakfast, and Knox made a packed lunch. The cost in total from their accom in Nadi was 160fjd, not including the fee paid to Abaca village (25fjd ea). Knox knows the tracks well and was a wonderful guide, pointing/picking out local fruits and plants along the way.
    Addit - The cost of getting lost is pretty high (literally - approx 750 fjd per person if the village needs to send people to search for you), so if in doubt, I highly recommend the guided version. Give the lovely folks at the Ideal Bed and Breakfast in Wailoala a call.
    Written 7 November 2023
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  • MumbaiRiders
    Mumbai, India1,793 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The market is situated next to the public bus terminal and in totally enclosed and very large.First thing i did on entering the market was to sit around with a group of local working men and sip the traditional "Kava" drink of Fiji.This was authentic "Kava" ritual and not the normal tourist exhibition as performed in group tours.After the "Kava" strolled around the massive market and the largest section of the market sold only vegetables and fruits. A few of the vegetables and fruits were indigenous to Nadi and totally different from my home market in Mumbai in India. Enquired about the " Fish section" and was surprised to see a tiny corner of the giant vegetable market being allocated for selling of fish .As a regular purchaser of fish in.my home city of Mumbai was seeing for the first time fish not being sold by weight or individual specimen's but in a cluster strung to a coconut tree leaf.
    Written 26 April 2024
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  • MumbaiRiders
    Mumbai, India1,793 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    "Tappoo City " mall is definitely the largest mall in Lautoka city having a large supermarket on the ground floor. On the first floor is the food plza with various take-away restaurants serving snacks and food.There is also table seating accomodation for consumption of eatables from the food stalls that had a majority of Indian culinary cuisine complete with even the name of Indian city Mumbai.There was also a multiplex theatre in the building having 2 viewing shows in 2 different multiplexes called " Life Cinema" with Hindi movies dominating the screenings. A movie ticket cost 8.5 $.If visiting Lautoka then do visit Tappoo City
    Written 26 April 2024
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  • Eva M
    288 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    March 8th 2023 . We were on a great organized tour. This was our first stop. Ladies must have covered shoulders and wear a skirt, but if you don't they do provide cloth to cover yourself. Man need to have long pants and again if they have shorts on, you will be provided with cloth to wrap around you. Shoes off for everyone. When we came it was a Wednesday and on Monday they had a flood. But you wouldn't know unless they told you. Everything was cleaned up and back to normal. The artwork is amazing, it's touched up every 8 years. It's was beautiful and a must see. The tour took about an hour and we were given brief history. All in English, great tour guide. We enjoyed it ☺️
    Written 9 March 2023
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  • ALAN B
    Adelaide, Australia162 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    My wife and I visited here in January 2023 during a very heavy shower of rain and were unable to see much of what looked like a lovely garden. There was no shelter and the carpark was very slippery so we had to leave the garden shortly after arrival
    Written 24 January 2023
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  • Lauren W
    Melbourne, Australia17 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    We caught the seabus hoping to leave yasawas and fly home in one day. It arrived at Nanuya about 40 mins late and there must have been a head wind or something. As most advertised trip times were 3 hours but we didn’t have many stops or other passengers but this took about 4 hours.

    The boat itself is fine. Has a toilet, a top deck and lower deck. All open air. Cost was similar to the big ferry that goes to port Denarau.

    Fine overall but I wouldn’t rely on it getting in before 4:30 if you are getting a flight or have some other connection.

    Plenty of cabs met the seabus, it cost 40fjd to get to Nadi airport and took us half an hour. (We got there as they were making final calls for check in)
    Written 18 October 2022
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  • Richard F
    Louisville, KY7,397 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a huge sports field and park where the local teams all gather on weekends to play. We were visiting during the week so there was no activity but, even though if is not a tourist attraction we had heard so much about it we decided to walk over and give it a look. It is a huge place.
    Written 31 December 2019
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  • GoPlaces36347053790
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Our group of four people in our early 70s were picked up at Lautoka Wharf for a four hour tour of Fiji. Mr Singh did an outstanding job of driving us to the Mudpools, Denaru Island or anywhere else we wanted to go. He was chatty, polite and full of information about Fiji. Mr Singh gave us more than the four hours and the company was easy to deal with, We thoroughly recommend Prince Tours.

    Paul and Mel Gormann
    October 30, 2023
    Written 7 November 2023
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  • Shasha B
    South Australia, Australia12 contributions
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    The rooms were nice family contained rooms with facilities great view of the sunset cool pool lovely staff however there is so much to say about the pool there was alot of rubbish lying around there could be so much that can be done but so little done by the locals to try and keep the beach clean a room for so much improvement
    Written 22 August 2018
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  • puckstopper31
    Edmonton, Canada746 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Relaxing and quiet. Service is good and you'll feel great afterwards. Experts at massage and taking care of you.
    Written 15 December 2016
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  • NotNowKatoNZ
    Hamilton, NZ6 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I have shopped here several times now, friendly and helpful staff
    Last time I rang before turning up which was lucky as they were closed, however we agreed a time and they opened just for me .
    A++ service
    Written 18 March 2024
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