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Mud Pool Tour with Garden of the Sleeping Giant Visit from Nadi

Highlights
  • Great choice in Fiji for travelers with limited time
  • Hassle-free day: select hotel pickup, drop-off, and entrance fees included
  • A guide enriches your experience and teaches you about Fijian culture
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Mud Pool Tour with Garden of the Sleeping Giant Visit from Nadi
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AFTERNOON TOUR - NADI HOTELSMost Popular
The afternoon tour includes visiting Nadi Temple, Souvenir Shopping and a tour at the fruits & vegetable market. Enjoy a guided walk through the Garden of the Sleeping Giant and on to the Mud Pool.
US$60,90
MORNING TOUR - NADI HOTELS
Highlights: - Nadi Hindu Temple - Souvenir Shop - Fruits & Vegetable Market - Village Tour - School Tour (On school days only) - Garden of the Sleeping Giant - Mud Pool & Hot Spring
US$77,46
Overview

An action-packed day to get a real taste of Fijian culture is the perfect way to see more of Nadi in a short time period. Have fun, save time, and don’t worry about entrance fees as everything is included. You’ll visit a temple, go to markets, visit the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, and end the day with a mud bath at Sabeto Hot Springs.

What to Expect

Your whirlwind half-day tour of Nadi begins with select hotel pickup and drop-off. First stop of the day is Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple. This impressive structure is famous for being one of the biggest temples in the Southern Hemisphere, and its architectural style is rarely seen in countries other than India.

Next, you’ll visit a handicrafts shop—the perfect place to pick up souvenirs for loved ones. After shopping, you’ll experience a feast for all the senses—the colorful Namaka fruit and vegetable market. Learn about Fiji’s past by visiting Viseisei Village, Fiji’s first village, and then a primary school.

Nature lovers will be pleased to visit the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, which is home to spectacular orchids and tropical foliage. To end things on a high note, you’ll have a therapeutic mud bath at Sabeto Hot Springs, before a return journey to your resort.

Reviews (53)
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
A must do

Such a fantastic tour exploring the best of Fiji. The tour included visiting a temple, farmers market, local school, botanical garden, village and mud pools. Loved the whole experince. Highly recommended.More

1  Thank Karley L
Valentine T, Guest Relations Manager at Valentine Tours Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Bula Karley L, Thank you for taking your time to review our Mud Pool Tour. We are happy to hear that you had a fantastic time on our tour and was a whole lot of experience for the family. We look forward to seeing you...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Full day of fun!

Very nice tour! Well organised and full of different activities! I loved every minute of it!! Only downside is they don't pick-up from all hotels around Nadi but you can easily organise a taxi. Notes: 1- Bring some stuff to give to the school you...More

2  Thank Marilyne D
Valentine T, Guest Relations Manager at Valentine Tours Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Bula Marilyne D, Thank you for your wonderful review. We are happy to hear that you enjoyed every minute of our tour and how well organized it was with different activities. Valentine Tours Fiji aims to provide the best experience to all our guests and...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Wonderful excursion off Denarau

Had a wonderful time with my family thanks to Kamal, our tour guide. He was a wealth of information about life on Fiji. Loved the village visit, the beautiful orchids at the gardens and had great fun at the mud pools. Everyone we met was...More

1  Thank JenniT70
Valentine T, Guest Relations Manager at Valentine Tours Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Bula JenniT70, Thank you for taking your time to review our tour. We are happy that your family had a wonderful time with Kamal on our tour. Kamal is one of our experience guide and a safe driver and we are glad that he got...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent experience

It was amazing day very fun and enjoyable day we went to the Indian Temble, the fruit market the walk through orchid garden and finally the mud pool and massage The crew were very nice and the we had lots of fun I encourage any...More

Thank Hani F
Valentine T, Guest Relations Manager at Valentine Tours Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Bula Hani F, Thank you for your review. We are happy to hear that you had a great experience on our tour and we look forward to sharing more with you on your next holiday to Fiji. Vinaka, Valentine Tours Fiji Team

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great Experience!

Had a blast touring with Dev! There was only 4 of us in a group, me and my husband then 2 others, which was nice and comfortable! Dev was very informative throughout the trip and we loved experiencing the local culture!More

1  Thank Chrystle B
Valentine T, Guest Relations Manager at Valentine Tours Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Bula Chrystle B, Thank you for your review. We are glad to hear to that you had a great time with Dev on our tour. Dev is a great guide and a safe driver and we are happy that he had shared alot about Fiji...More

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j0hnanth0nyz
1 September 2018|
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Response from Valentine T | Property representative |
The morning tour includes visiting a local school and a village only during week days and the afternoon tour does not include any of the two. Morning tour is highly recommended because you get to see a lot of places.
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Thevi C
5 August 2018|
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Response from Kari W | Reviewed this property |
Your front desk can also arrange a driver. You can pay at the pools and do not need a pre arranged time to enter
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Asia T
24 April 2018|
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Response from David W | Reviewed this property |
Just saw your question. “Washing off” is part of the experience. You first get covered with mud. The sun then dries the mud onto you. You then go into a “mud pit” where you clear off the mud. The bottom of the pit is... More
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