Sigatoka Sand Dunes
Sigatoka Sand Dune is of Fiji natural Highlights. Situated at the mouthpiece of the Sigatoka River the dunes stand around 5 km long by 1 km wide with an average of approximately 20m to 60 m high rising. The dunes have been taking shape over millions of years as sediments brought down by the Sigatoka River, washed ashore by the surfs and blown into dunes by prevailing winds. Archaeological dig on the site has uncovered over pottery dating more than 26 years old and one of the largest burial sites in the Pacific. Some of these artifacts are housed in the visitor centre with helpful staff. The park has designated trails which allow for one or two hours for short or ling self-guided walking tours respectively.