The day begins with a 30 minute boat ride over to Taveuni where you’ll meet your driver. First stop Bouma Waterfalls (1.5 hour drive on partly unsealed road). The scenic drive will take you along the coastline of Taveuni and through Bouma village. At the heritage park you will see the entrance to the trail which will guide you through the rainforest full of rare tropical birds and island foliage. The walk to the first waterfall is 10 minutes and generally flat. The second and third waterfalls are a medium incline but are well worth it for the views if you feel like a hike.
Another destination to visit is the Waitavala Natural waterslide. This rockslide is a natural wonder of Taveuni. It is located in the midst of beautiful tropical bush. It is best visited at times of the year when there is high rainfall and also on the weekend and school holidays when the Fijian kids are there to show you how it’s done.
You may also like to visit the 180 degree Meridian line. The date line runs right through Taveuni meaning that each new day starts exactly here.
The Wairiki Mission Church is also an attraction in Taveuni, the Catholic Church was built in 1907 in honor of a French missionary who successfully advised Taveuni's warriors in how to defeat invading Tongans in a major battle. Fijians are known for their beautiful a cappella singing (Sunday services).
After this stop you might like to choose to peruse some of the Taveuni shops and markets (closed Sundays).
Cost includes boat and car transport, Bouma park entrance fees and picnic lunch.
Signature Experience (USD175 per adult/USD20 per child in same car incl taxes)