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Located thirty minutes drive through rugged terrain from Fiji's second city, Lautoka, is Abaca. Set in a tropical wilderness of primeval rainforests and plunging waterfalls against a backdrop of dusky lava mountains and host to a wide range of challenging treks, Abaca is an ultimate trekker's paradise.  There are barbecue facilities, swimming holes, a 12-bed lodge and authentic handicrafts for those looking for something different. Commentaries on the history and culture of the area are also provided.

Find adventure, spectacular views and historical sites in Viti Levu's largest native rainforest. As a way of generating income, the villagers have opened their native lands to visitors by combining traditional Fijian hospitality with the modern notion of eco-tourism.

Foot treks used for generations follow the ridges and canyons; providing something for everyone, from the leisurely stroller on a nature walk, to the experienced hiker seeking a thrill.

-  For the ambitious hiker, it's a challenging hour's trek from the village to the
summit of Mount Koroyanitu, also known as Mt. Batilamu. On a clear day,
the spectacular view from Mt. Batilamu includes Viti Levu and outer islands
as far south as Beqa to Vanua Levu in the north.

Activities

A full day's trek takes you through Fiji's only unlogged tropical forest to Mt
Koroyanitu, Fiji's third highest peak. Fijians have been walking these
mountains for more than a hundred generations and are tied spiritually and
physically to the land of their ancestors. Your village guide will amaze you
with his knowledge of nature and terrain, every river and rock has its own
name and associated story!

      Rock climbers can make arrangements to tackle the many different cliff faces on offer which are a short distance from the lodge.

      Visitors are unable to resist taking a dip in the pristine water pool at Savuione Falls, a two-tier water fall with a combined height of 80 meters!

      Abaca National Heritage park is home to some of the most exquisite native Fijian bird species, a haven for bird watchers.

       Abaca offers home-stay programmes where a visitor can live with, and become a part of, a Fijian family in the village. Guests have a unique opportunity to experience real Fijian village life.

Accommodation
Abaca has a 12-bed lodge (Nase Lodge) with cooking facilities and other amenities for their guests. You may bring your own food and cook meals at the lodge, use barbecue facilities, or eat in the village. 

The lodge also provides camping sites, however, visitors may also choose to camp either in the village or in the National Heritage Park. For groups of four or more, arrangements can be made for traditional feasts and entertainment.

Getting There
To get to Abaca, you will need a 4 x 4 vehicle. To organize your tour and vehicle, please contact us at Round the Island Tours.


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