Things To See and Do in Denarau Island, Fiji

Sabeto Valley Mud Pool and Thermal Spring

The Sabeto hot water springs are one of Fiji’s hidden jewels. It provides a rare opportunity to indulge in a therapeutic natural spa, also known as the Sabeto mud baths. Located halfway between the major cities of Nadi and Lautoka on the main island of Viti Levu, the Fijian mud baths are a must-do holiday experience.

Fiji Museum

Located in the heart of Suva’s Thurston Gardens, the Fiji Museum holds a remarkable collection, which includes archaeological material dating back 3,700 years and cultural objects representing both Fiji’s indigenous inhabitants and the other communities that have settled in the island group over the past 200 years.

Denarau Golf & Racquet Club

Unwind during your vocation with a round of golf at one of the largest golf courses in Fiji, the Denarau Golf & Racquet Club.

The Denarau Island golf course incorporates a unique Pacific theme with bunkers in the shape of marine creatures and affords magnificent views of the surrounding Fiji Islands. With a par of 72, the 7,150-yard course offers tee positions for all levels of golfers, including four water carry par-threes, four challenging par-fives, and 10 par-fours. The longest hole is 570 yards, and the shortest is 170 yards.



Captain Cook Cruises

Discover Fijian beauty aboard a Captain Cook Day Cruise – Embark on a journey to the spectacular Tivua Island, cruise into a Pacific Island sunset, set sail aboard an iconic tall ship for a lazy lunch cruise plus more!


Arts Village

One of Fiji’s most unique destinations, the Arts Village invites visitors to interact with locals in a friendly environment and learn about Fijian arts and customs.