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Tavuni Hill Fort, Sigatoka

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Visit the semi-restored ancient Fijian fort of Tavuni Hill Fort, a National Archeological Site near Naroro Village, where the guardians of this former fortress live. Learn about the area's pre-colonial Fijian life and admire the beautiful views from two lookout points. Hire a guide to teach you about the country's history of tribal warfare and even cannibalism. If you forgo a guide, however, there are still some plaques throughout the complex with English explanations. Use our Sigatoka trip site to visit Tavuni Hill Fort on your trip to Sigatoka, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Cost was $15FJD. We throughly enjoyed this guided tour. The weather was perfect, the guide was an amazing women by the name of Naomi (descendant of the original tribe). We were very lucky as it was... 
    Cost was $15FJD. We throughly enjoyed this guided tour. The weather was perfect, the guide was an amazing women by the name of Naomi (descendant of the original tribe). We were very lucky as it was...  more »
  • We had a rental car and could easily drive to Tavuni Hill Fort. Entry fee is $13 FJD pp. The lady who welcomed us is from the village below and a descendant of the Tongan tribe. Very interesting... 
    We had a rental car and could easily drive to Tavuni Hill Fort. Entry fee is $13 FJD pp. The lady who welcomed us is from the village below and a descendant of the Tongan tribe. Very interesting...  more »
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  • The site is closed for business. Although you can still go through the door and go for a walk on your own. The site is beautiful, amazing views looking down to the valley/river. There is no signage anymore to explain what it was but most of the tourist guide books would explain. Watch your step! Can be very slippery going up the hill, noting the wooden stairs are not maintained.
  • Great place for a guided walk tour to the remains of a former cannibal tribe

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