Rakiraki, Fiji

Hotels in Rakiraki

Rakiraki Accommodations (3)
Safari Island Lodge Rakiraki

Safari Island Lodge Rakiraki

3.50 80 reviews

Nananu-i-Ra Island, Rakiraki, Fiji

The Rakiraki Hotel

The Rakiraki Hotel

3.50 26 reviews

Kings Road, P.O. Box 31, Rakiraki, Fiji

Rainbow Lodge Fiji Rakiraki

Rainbow Lodge Fiji Rakiraki


Rakiraki, P.O. Box 1784, Lautoka, Rakiraki, Fiji

Travel Blogs from Rakiraki

Rakiraki Travel Blogs (64)
Down by the sea, baby its better down where its, Volivoli beach resort, Fiji travel blog

Down by the sea, baby its better down where its

A travel blog entry by coopertrooper

This is a top pick!

... tiiiiime" was the first words from our dive instructor, rolling out the word time in a very slow relaxed manor. Fiji time is a national institution here, it roughly means: something will happen when it should happen, not when it was supposed to ...

Naviti Yasawa Island, Naviti, Fiji travel blog

Naviti Yasawa Island

A travel blog entry by richsarasloper


... The whole experience was very relaxing and we managed to get our tans back and refresh our batteries and if your ever head to Fiji make sure you go to the Yasawas but choose your resort carefully. Before long our new friends had left and our time had ...

More travelling on the King

More travelling on the King's Road

A travel blog entry by jameswidowss


... down us we (to quote Alicia) “got the fuck out this stupid town” and headed north up King’s Road toward Rakiraki under the mistaken impression that it was a resort town. It was not. We got lost a couple of times along the way near ...

Just a quickie....., Rakiraki, Fiji travel blog

Just a quickie.....

A travel blog entry by halfeatenapple

... staying in a place called volivoli which is amazing, check it out at volivoli.com - if you like, soooooo beautiful! Have travelled to rakiraki with the kiwi's we've met they are mark, peter and marian to buy some food, it's about 20mins away from ...

Attractions in Rakiraki

Rakiraki Attractions (1)
Tomb of Udre Udre

Tomb of Udre Udre


Rakiraki, Viti Levu, Fiji

Fiji's most notorious cannibal and tribal chief is buried here, and the 872 stones surrounding his tomb represent each of his unlucky victims.