• Sigatoka River Safari
    Travel along Fiji's majestic Sigatoka River in a purpose-built jetboat and visit an authentic Fijian village.
  • Kalevu South Pacific Cultural Centre
    Opposite Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort, the centre gives an insight into traditional Fijian housing, lifestyle and history.
  • Kula Eco Park Fiji
    Located opposite the Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji, the park houses a collection of native animals and birds.
  • Momi Heritage Gun Sites
    Momi was a key strategic link between the USA and Australia during World War II, when Japanese forces were active in the Pacific. The Battery is in the care of the National Trust of Fiji Islands.
  • Biausevu Waterfalls/Naihehe Caves
    Adventures in Paradise in Korotogo operate a full day trip to Sigatoka including the falls and caves.
  • Sigatoka Sand Dunes
    The Sigatoka Sand Dune Information Centre is the starting point for a walk to across the dunes to the open sea. Remains of the ancient Lapita people are still being uncovered in the dunes.
  • Tavuni Hill Fort
    This historic site lies across the river from Sigatoka, on a bluff overlooking the area, and was established by the Tongans in the 18th century. There is an interpretive centre and walkways.
  • Coral Coast Scenic Railway
    The Natadola Train departs daily from outside the Fijian Resort and is the only passenger train in Fiji. The restored sugar cane engine travels along the coast to the white sands of Natadola Beach for lunch, and returns.
  • Day trips
    Numerous day trips depart from all the hotels and resorts including river rafting and village visits and shopping trips to Sigatoka.
  • Diving
    Diving is offered from all the resorts on the Coral Coast including Waidroka. Mike’s Divers at Votua village is a community operated dive outlet with the profits returned to the village for improvements.
  • Surfing
    Fiji is well known for its fine reef breaks. Frigates Pass is the most famous surf spot accessible from the Coral Coast, with a world-class left-hand barrel. The Waidroka Bay Resort provides boat transfers to Frigates Pass, as well as the other reef breaks along this stretch of coast. Sigatoka has a beach break for less experienced surfers.
  • Fishing
    All types of fishing are available with occasional village fish drives, where the fish are netted in shallow water.
  • Rafting
    Bilibili rafting (rafts made from bamboo) is a popular day trip and may include a village visit and Sigatoka cave exploration.
  • Cycling
    Most of the resorts have mountain bikes available. The inland roads are challenging and caution should be exercised.
  • Beach activities
    All the Coral Coast has access to a beach (sometimes tidal) with swimming, watersports, snorkelling and reef walking.
  • Island visits
    Day visits can be taken to the Mamanuca Islands or to Robinson Crusoe Island off the south-western coast.
  • Golf
    There are nine-hole courses at The Naviti Resort and Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort, as well as a nine-hole putting course at the Warwick Fiji.