Tokatoka Resort Hotel

Address: Queen's Rd, Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Queen's Rd, Nadi, is near Aqua Blue Dive & Snorkel.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Tokatoka Resort Hotel Nadi

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Nadi

      Off to explore

      A travel blog entry by pod123 on Oct 07, 2014

      I walked out of the airport to get a taxi to the hotel. As I looked around out the window of the taxi, I saw the beautiful tranquillity of the beaches, palm trees and women.

      I arrived at Takatoka Resort Hotel wow it looked beautiful? It has that gorgeous tropical look to it. I feel like getting lost in it though. There is just so much to …

      Navala Village

      A travel blog entry by pod123 on Oct 07, 2014

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      I hired a car and drove to Navala Village via Back road from Nadi. The road is sealed for several km but then it changed to gravel. The road was really only suitable for 4wd and drivers with experience. I really enjoyed the drive it was great with fantastic views and friendly people to help you find the way.

      Upon arrival at the village I …

      Fiji bound

      A travel blog entry by andygailtravel on Nov 05, 1998

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      3pm departure Nelson to Auckland on Ansett, 7.30pm departure Auckland - Nadi on Air NZ. Arrived Nadi 10.35 pm and made our way to TokaToka resort for the rest of the night.

      Last day

      A travel blog entry by andygailtravel on Nov 15, 1998

      Fiji Express Suva to Nadi, just over 4hours this trip.

      Bula bula its Fiji!

      A travel blog entry by soniya on Jan 02, 2015

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      ... both men and women must cover up wearing sarongs. We visited a local village, and saw the children at work catching fish, as well as the man made houses out of bamboo. The houses are laid out so each room is a separate building, and guests aren't allowed in the bedroom building. We also went to the beach and had a bbq for lunch :) Day ones last activity was sand boarding. Slightly terrifying but really good fun, the hardest part was actually climbing up the ...