Fiji Hideaway Resort & Spa

Address: Queens Road , Sigatoka, Coral Coast, Viti Levu, Box 233, Sigatoka, Fiji | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Queens Road , Sigatoka, is near Natadola Beach, Denerau Beach, Robinson Crusoe Island, and Navala Village.
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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Sigatoka

          Bula from Fiji!

          A travel blog entry by gillie.bowen


          ... bath. It is very tidal and goes out for miles before racing back in again. We have a barbecue here on the veranda and already we seem to have settled into a routine of our lunches here with ice cold Fiji ‘Gold’ (local beer) and dinner out. It is paradise – and is a well-earned rest after our busy weeks in Sydney and Auckland. The term ‘tough life’ comes to mind…

          In the evening we had dinner at the ...

          Nadi and the Fiji Islands

          A travel blog entry by graybean


          ... food was mainly rice, fruit bread, sweet potato and some fish thrown in. The breakfasts were really nice but there were no snacks to eat between meals so we were often starving by the time it was our evening meal.

          There was only one other person staying at the ‘resort’, a 23 year old student Mark from Denmark who was studying for a year in Dunedin University (South Island, New Zealand). He was a really nice lad and we had a good laugh with him ...


          A travel blog entry by corinneparker


          ... inbetween my toes, some of the mud was quite deep at points aswell. Grr. The waterfall was lovely though it took about 2 hours to walk there and back. At the bottom a fijian family lived in a little hut and had made rotis with noodles and fish in. Phil had mine as im not a big fan of fish unless its not very The roti part was nice though. The fijian people are so friendly. I love the womans hair its proper afro style.

          The tide goes out really far in the mornings ...

          Finding Nemo

          A travel blog entry by fran.martin

          ... pants so i soon lost interest, so went for lunch instead.By the time I had finsihed a storm had begun to blow its way in again, which kinda scuppered my plan to go for a walk this afternoon. I went to get changed for a swim but by the time I got back to the beach it was far to choppy and the sand was being churned up so much I couldn's see where the coral was. So I got changed again, and decided to go for a walk along the beach anyway. I'm British after all, what's a ...

          Bula (hello) from Fiji!

          A travel blog entry by comfortsontour


          ... force taxi drivers to issue receipts!

          There is a large Indian-Fijian population here and there are clearly tensions between indigenous Fijians and non indigenous people. Even though Indians have been part of the population for hundreds of years.

          Raining cats and dogs today! :( - large parts of Fiji are underwater! No joke! Bit scary, hope our flight to NZ leaves ok tomorrow! It started raining in the middle of the night - at about 5am ...