Tour Sigatoka Valley and Nakabuta Village, one of the villages sill making traditional Fijian pottery.  
Board your air-conditioned coach for a scenic drive along the Queen’s Highway, bound for Nakabuta Pottery Village.  You will pass through villages, pine forest reserves and sugar cane farms.  Along the way your guide will point out historical sights and points of interest like the Sigatoka Sand Dunes where human skeletal remains and pottery shards have made it an archeological site.

The Sigatoka River is Fiji's longest river and the fertile Sigatoka Valley is known as “The Salad Bowl of Fiji” because of the many vegetable and fruit farms there.  The tour itself has an easy commentary highlighting interesting points, stories and social history aspects.

At Nakubuta Village, Fijian ladies will demonstrate traditional pottery making methods. This art has seen a renaissance of late, and you will find Nakabuta-made bowls, plates, and other items in handicraft shops all over town.  You will also be treated to cultural shows like Meke (dance), fire walking and the traditional Kava ceremony.

Chilled soft drinks and bottled water will be served at the Nakabuta village with assorted cookies.  Guest can make purchases of pottery at the village and also during the stopover at Jacks of Fiji store in Sigatoka.

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