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3 natural wonders in Fiji

Fiji is a glorious location known for its absolutely stunning scenery and landmarks. When you visit, there are some natural wonders that you must check out.

Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park

In 1987, this National Park was created to protect the landscape and cultural heritage site. Managed by the National Trust of Fiji, it's open every day from 8am to 5pm and is a great way to see more of the nature of the island nation.

Choose from the one or two hour walk and witness the unique ecosystem first hand. The one hour walk offers great insight into what is on offer here, and the two hour walk will give you the full experience. There are guided tours available, so you can make your way around with a ranger who knows all about the attraction and history.

Navua River

A journey down this river will make you feel like you're breaching unchartered territory and one of the first explorers on Earth.

The river is located in the highlands of Viti Levu and makes its way through a towering and magnificent chasm that's flanked with tropical rainforests and wilderness.

One of the most popular ways to enjoy this landmark is with a river rafting experience. This excursion will take you through some of the most gorgeous parts of the river past black volcanic walls, lush forests and to waterfalls.

Mount Tomanivi

This is the highest mountain in Fiji and is a definite must for those who love nature and want to go hiking in the rugged bush.

The mountain is actually an extinct volcano and is a great place to witness real and rustic Fiji. You can reach the summit and be back to your resort of bungalow in a day, but be aware that the uphill climb does require some fitness.