Mundus Trade (Fiji) Pte Ltd

Mundus Trade (Fiji) Pte Ltd

Trading as Ocean 18 Watersports & Dive Centre.

Sea fishing
In the morning we start off the coral reef around the island’s outer wall and then take off the hooks off the shore. We spend 4-5 hours on the water with refreshing drinks, snacks and fruits for our guests. At the end of angling, we are happy with the prey, which is typically yellow tuna, mahi-mahi and perch.
Currently available: Coral Coast base

For skilled diving divers, we offer a diving level corresponding to their qualification every day (except Sundays). Dives take place in the morning, we offer two dives a day for you in two different, but nearby diving places. The surface time between the two dives is either filled on a diving boat or on a coral reef while we serve fruit and refreshments.

Now is the time to try diving? Do not be afraid of it, every trainer on our base shows that you can be under the water! The first experience to try a 15-minute pool is FULLY AWAITED!

DSD Dive
Did you enjoy underwater motion? Do you want to try more? Ask our colleagues to show you in the open ocean what the water surface is hiding! Discovery Scuba Diving is supervised by highly trained instructors every day on every base.

– Have you fallen in love with diving and want more independent adventure? If you have four days, we will teach you the basics of diving. Following a successful exam, you will be able to dive with your diving certificate issued by PADI anywhere in the world independently (without a tutor), but with your diving partner.
– Have you been a diver already and would like to develop your knowledge, move on? You have the opportunity to complete AOWD, Rescue, Divemaster courses on all our bases.

Queens Road, Malaqereqere, SigatokaFiji

+679 930 8995 (Cell)

Yatule Resort & Spa

Yatule Resort & Spa

Yatule Resort and Spa is located at the iconic, postcard perfect Natadola Beach on Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu.

Throughout Yatule Resort & Spa, modern tropical architecture blends with the natural environment, while sophisticated, contemporary interiors add rich contrast.

The resort’s signature restaurant offers dining with exquisite views of Natadola Beach, coupled with cold drinks and amazing food. A perfect white sand beach, our glimmering pool, an array of water sports, a spa, and programs for children and families add to Yatule Resort Resort & Spa’s unforgettable experience.

Natadola Beach
Sigatoka, Fiji



Kula Eco Park

Kula Eco Park

By international standards Kula Eco Park, on the Fiji Island of Viti Levu, is a small, often overlooked wild life facility. But we survive by being the best we can be at what we do – and what we do is help preserve the incredibly diverse natural heritage of these beautiful Fiji Islands. Founded in 1997 from the ruins of a bankrupt ‘bird park’, the modern Kula Eco Park is:

  • A nature walk through acres of natural forest with elevated boardwalks allowing exploration, from the valley floor to the forest canopy.
  • The only Captive Breeding facility in Fiji for endangered Fiji indigenous species.
  • A show place for Fiji’s spectacular bird, reptile & marine life.
  • The only Free Hands-On Environmental Education Center for Fiji’s school children.

The Park

Kula Eco Park is a 28 acre property set in 3 valleys, with 12 acres open to visitors. Huge walk-through enclosures put the visitor inside the habitats of our resident parrots, doves, water birds & reptiles. Marine displays of Ocean turtles, soft coral and tropical fish provide a glimpse of the spectacular marine world that surrounds the 300+ Islands of Fiji.

With almost a kilometer of wooden walkways, bridges and rest areas, the park provides our visitors with the opportunity to experience the ‘wild side’ of Fiji in comfortable and safe surroundings. Abundant signage explains the displays and our dedicated staff are on hand to answer any questions you may have.

Our structure

Kula Eco Park is privately owned but partners with many national and international organizations in the furtherance of our objectives in captive breeding and education. Our partners and associates include:

  • The National Trust for Fiji Islands
  • The Zoo and Aquarium Association of Australia & New Zealand
  • Taronga Zoo, Sydney, Australia
  • San Diego Wildlife Park, California, USA
  • The Parks Board of New South Wales, Australia
  • Honorary Associate of the Royal Zoological Society of South Australia

Opposite Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort
Sigatoka, Western 



Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course

Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course

A championship golf course has arrived on the world renowned Natadola Beach on Fiji’s Coral Coast, Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course. Boasting a golf course to die for and facilities that rival the best, the golf course is open daily to players of all levels.

Natadola Bay blends world class golf architecture with dramatic landscapes from rolling pastures through to absolute beachfront. With the sparkling backdrop of coral reefs and the Pacific Ocean on 15 out of the 18 holes, keeping your concentration will certainly be a challenge!

Styled in traditional South Pacific architecture the clubhouse is the ultimate vantage point for breathtaking views across the golf course, coral reefs and rolling surf breaks. No round will be complete without enjoying a meal and a beverage from the open air bar and restaurant.

Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course will be etched in your memory forever.

Maro Rd
Sigatoka, Western 



Sigatoka Town Council

Sigatoka Town Council

The Sigatoka Town Council was created by statute in 1959, to cater for health, welfare and convenience of residents of the place designated as the Sigatoka Town.

Our mission is to promote the health, welfare and convenience of their inhabitants of the Sigatoka Town Council area and to preserve its amenities and credit.

Sigatoka Town Council in Fiji clearly committed to developing its human resources for a better town tomorrow where freedom and tolerance breed peace and harmony permitting industry and commerce to proper for the benefit of all.

The first and foremost thing among the Facts about Sigatoka is that this is a must-visited town in Fiji. This town is established on the beautiful island of Viti Levu. Sigatoka is located right at the bank of the Sigatoka River, from which this town has derived its name. You can find this Sigatoka town at 69 kilometers away from Nadi.

You can find the Nadi International Airport in just 70 kilometers away. The town is chief commercial hub for the Coral Coast region including a population of more than 10,000 people. Sigatoka became the main town in the year 1959.

Today, the Sigatoka Town Council of 37-members, who work for the council and administers it.

Facts about Sigatoka

Facts about Sigatoka has that there are various attractive places for traveling around during your travel to this Fiji’s developing town. The major tourist destinations include the sand dunes near Kulukulu village, Tavueni Hill Fort, Resorts, River Mouth, Villages up the valley, Travelers can also take a trip to Kula Bird Park, which holds more than 500 birds of 100 species from several tropical countries.

Sigatoka has a popular market that is a perfect place to go for a trip for experiencing the traditions of local Fiji. The Saturday market remains tremendously eventful and bustling with several farmers who are fetch their manufactured goods from all across the Sigatoka river valley. Sigatoka has a small number of cheap hotels and restaurants. Culture is an essential part of Facts about Sigatoka. The Sigatoka Valley is rich comprising more than 200 cultural and archaeological places including the Tavuni Hill Fort, dating back to 18th century.

Queens Road
Sigatoka, Western 



Tappoo Group of Companies

Tappoo Group of Companies

2015 marks 74 years of operations in Fiji for Tappoo Group. It commemorates a triumphant transition from the Group’s retail beginnings to a multi-interest business concern annexing wholesaling, manufacturing and expats to its strong retail infrastructure.

The Tappoo Group of Companies traces its origins back to a single store. When founder, Tappoo Kanji, the father and grandfather to present directors, established his small goldsmith business, handcrafting small pieces of jewellery himself in Sigatoka in 1941, he had no idea that he was laying the foundations of a business that, within a generation, would be one of the largest in Fiji.

By 1964, Tappoo had grown his business to an extent where he could venture boldly into Duty Free trading, a competitive segment which was becoming the hallmark of tourism in Fiji. In the same year, Tappoo’s eldest son, Kanti took over as Managing Director of the concern.

The growing retail strength of the organisation paved the way for Tappoo to enter the domestic Wholesale distribution market. The perception of Tappoo as a retailer of only the finest, authentic products continues to pay dividends in establishing new products into the Fiji domestic market.

Tappoo Bldg
Sigatoka, Western Fiji



Epic International Ltd

Epic International Ltd

A 24-HOUR service station and a reasonably priced supermarket in Maui Bay along the Coral Coast of Sigatoka is fast becoming a busy trading centre catering to about 8000 people.

Also a popular pit stop for commuters along the Queens highway, the shopping area was established last year by Epic International co-owners Craig and Delamare Evette.

Mr Evette said apart from offering a 24-hour fuel station for road users, it also boasts a grocery supermarket that offers all of the necessary amenities for the four neighbouring villages in the Korolevu-i-Wai district.

Korolailai Supermarket
Maui Bay, Western Fiji



Hot Glass (Fiji) Ltd

Hot Glass

Hot Glass artist and creator Alice Hill is an experienced professional glassblower, who trained and worked in the glass blowing industry in the UK for many years.

When she met her husband to be, Alex, in the mid nineties he fecklessly sidetracked her off on a 15 year scuba diving adventure that included stints in Egypt, New Zealand, Fiji, the UK (yes, it was bloody cold) and the Horn of Africa before, realizing that Fiji was probably the best place in the entire world to bring up young kids, they headed back to the South Pacific in 2003 and established and ran a successful dive center on the Coral Coast.

Throughout this time, Alice would get out of the water and back in the glassblowing studio whenever she could, create new pieces and hold small exhibitions. The stunning colors of the Fiji Islands, the blues of sea and sky, the changing sparkling turquoises of the waters in sandy lagoons, the lush tropical greenery, the vivid colors of fish, birds and flowers and the stunning beauty of the sunsets inspired her work, and it became Alice’s dream to found Fiji’s first Glassblowing studio. Hot Glass Fiji is the culmination of that dream.

Glass is the ideal medium to catch the stunning light and colors of the tropics, and so of course the beauty of Fiji’s nature is often reflected in her work. At the same time Fiji’s tradition and culture also feature strongly – local maqimaqi ropes, used for many purposes in Fiji, though perhaps most often seen woven around wooden beams and posts in traditional bures; tapa designs, coconut bark are not only inspirational but also become a part of the work.

Sunset Strip
Sigatoka, Western 



The Naviti Resort

The Naviti Resort

Since 1988, lush sophistication and stunning hospitality have flourished at The Naviti Resort in the Fiji Islands.

Nestled within 38 acres of vibrant, tropical gardens and fronting bronzed-sand beach.

This beachside deluxe resort on Fiji’s Coral Coast delights guests staying for work or play.

Enjoy the swim-up Pool Bar where mouth-watering cocktails satisfy tropical thirsts. Let The Naviti Resort’s accommodations enchant and inspire you while overlooking the captivating South Pacific.

Step inside any one of our 220 luxury resort villas, suites and hotel rooms to experience a haven of stylish design and sophisticated comforts in true Fijian style. Our resort lodging is all newly refurbished, offering a delightful range of accommodation options that range from charming garden view hotel rooms to our exclusive ocean front villas.

Each offering features contemporary Fijian décor and all of our hotel rooms and luxury villas are fully air-conditioned for your comfort. Take advantage of our scenic Fiji location with private furnished balconies and patios, from which you can take in the picturesque views of the Pacific Ocean or the tropical landscaped gardens.

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Queens Highway
Coral Coast, Western 



Warwick Fiji

Warwick Fiji

Perfectly positioned along a stretch of golden sand beach and crystal clear lagoons in the heart of Fiji’s Coral Coast, Warwick Fiji is the perfect place to escape the daily woes of life and immerse in tropical bliss with the world’s friendliest people.

The Warwick Fiji hotel & resort is far enough from the daily hustle and bustle and close enough to still keep in touch.

What memories will guests take home from their visit? Perhaps it will be the memory of the most extraordinary tennis game of their life or tying the knot with their soul mate against a spectacular setting sun.

Maybe it will be the time spent with family enjoying the many marvels of Warwick Fiji, or perhaps our guest will have hosted a business meeting so epic that it earns rave reviews.

Deeply entwined with the beauty and hospitality of the Coral Coast, Warwick Fiji welcomes guests to come make a little history of their own.

Stretching over 28 lushly landscaped acres, our elegantly crafted luxury resort provides a rich palette of experiences to suit every occasion-whether business, romance, relaxation or carefree family fun.

From dawn’s first blush to the tangerine streaks of our Coral Coast sunsets, each day at Warwick is awash in endless possibilities.

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Queens Highway
Coral Coast, Western