Visit Fiji’s Koroyanitu National Heritage Park. There are so many wonderful places to see in Fiji. On the western side of Viti Levu, Lautoka may be the second largest city on Fiji’s largest island, but don’t just stay in town. To help plan a perfect adventure escape, scroll down through slides featuring some of our favorite moments during a visit we made to the village of Abaca and Koroyanitu National Park in Fiji. Click on any photo below to enlarge it with captions full of useful information to help guide your next “visit Fiji” exploration.  To read a detailed story about our visit to Koroyanitu and Abaca, Discover hidden paradise in Fiji’s Koroyanitu park, Abaca village. If snorkeling is more your thing, then click here to enjoy a peek at some of the colors and wonders to see along the magical coral reefs of Fiji. Or perhaps gardens are more to your liking? Then click here to read Fiji’s Garden of the Sleeping Giant: Orchids forever!

A Koroyanitu National Heritage Park slides

Toyota truck with picnic benches gets you up to Koroyanitu

Toyota truck with picnic benches gets you up to Koroyanitu

Taking a break from the Toyota chariot up to Koroyanitu

Taking a break from the Toyota chariot up to Koroyanitu.

Koroyanitu National Heritage Park headquarters

Koroyanitu National Park headquarters.

Abaca Town in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park.

Abaca Town in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park.

Abaca town laundry in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park

Abaca town laundry in Koroyanitu National Park.

Koroyanitu National Heritage Park hike to Mt Batilamu

Koroyanitu National Park hike to Mt Batilamu

Navuratu Track climbing toward Savuione Falls

Navuratu Track climbing toward Savuione Falls.

Batilamu track across open grasslands in Koroyanitu

Batilamu track across open grasslands in Koroyanitu.

Sitting on the porch of Batilamu Hut in Koroyanitu National Park

Sitting on the porch of Batilamu Hut in Koroyanitu National Park.

Fiji Sleeping Giant View in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park

Fiji Sleeping Giant View in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park

Savuione Falls in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park

Savuione Falls in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park

Koroyanitu waterfalls are spectacular

Koroyanitu waterfalls are spectacular

Wonderful swimming hole in Koroyanitu National Heritage Park

Wonderful swimming hole in Koroyanitu.

Michael reads a sign about the Kauri tree in Koroyanitu

Michael reads a sign about the Kauri tree in Koroyanitu.

Savuione Falls in the distance in Koroyanitu

Savuione Falls in the distance in Koroyanitu.

Abaca-based Koroyanitu National Heritage Park guide

Abaca-based Koroyanitu National Park guide and his daughter.

Flat tire, no problem for us returning from Koroyanitu

Flat tire, no problem for us returning from Koroyanitu

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Heads up! This information was accurate when we published it on HI Travel Tales, but, as we know, life is all about changes (and inflation, sadly). Please be sure to confirm prices, transportation schedules, hours of operation, safety and health considerations, request for perfect weather during your entire visit, and any other important details before your adventure.
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Michael Hodgson

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Born to British parents in Canada, Michael Hodgson had been schlepped back and forth across the pond since he was a toddler. In college, he took the big leap and spent a few months in Kenya – and never looked back. His biology major somehow led him into a writing career, focusing on the outdoors, hiking and gear testing. Building on his lifetime of travel with travel writing was a natural, although he still loves to seek out the wilder side of a mountain – or a city -- for a good story. Michael also is a partner in a consulting business (www.NewNormalConsulting.com) built on a passion to help specialty businesses and brands succeed both domestically and internationally.
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