What To Expect
This Nadi walking tour will give you a taste for a day in the life of the locals, taking you past the small shops, into the public market, and giving you the chance to interact with the Fijian people all around you.
Get to know the city better as you wander through Nadi town and past the Hindu temple that's a popular site for tourists.
Head to the public market and join the hustle and bustle of locals shopping for vegetables, seasonal local fruits, fresh seafood and river mussels. Learn about the kava sessions that happen in the market and visit a popular bread shop for their morning cream buns. Explore small cafes owned by local Chinese families that are a hot spot for grabbing a tea and hearty breakfast.
Continue to a well-known snack corner (locals call it a bean cart) where you can try some fresh peas and Indian sweets, a favorite among the locals.
Next up, board a bus, heading along Wailoaloa Beach and passing by a village and a few urban neighborhoods. Forget the typical tourist bus with closed windows and wifi - instead, hop on a traditional bus with open windows, offering a wide-angle view of life outside and a breezy ride.
Arrive in the Martintar area, where you'll stop for a refreshing coconut juice. These juices are usually sold by unemployed youths trying to make a living for themselves.
Lastly, stop for lunch at a popular locally-owned restaurant and dig into a delicious Fijian meal.
English-speaking local guide
Hotel pick-up and drop off
Tips and gratuities
Tour ends at Jacks Handicraft.
Children below 6 years old are free of charge. Please indicate as special request upon booking if you will be bringing children below 6 years old.
Please wear casual summer attire or light clothing such as shorts and t-shirt.
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