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Visiting village provides a rare glimpse into the lives of Fijians in rural areas.

To get a taste of the 'real' Fiji Islands, be sure to include a visit to a Fijian village in your itinerary.

Visiting a Fijian village provides a rare glimpse into the lives of Fijian
people as they go about their daily activities.

Life in the village is very different from that in commercialised, tourist areas.

It is communal, many of the chores are shared and everyone involved works for the common good of all.

Visiting a village provides a chance to interact with locals, partake in indigenous culture and make new friends.

Many tours offer visits to villages around Fiji but the best ones are offered by eco-tourism operators.

These eco-tours take you to remote places - off the beaten track - where village life is still unaffected by the effects of tourism.

One such operator, Wacking Stick Adventure Tours, visits the following villages in its full, three and five day cycling tours.

Tabako Village
Located in Sabeto, Nadi, Tabako Village is home to Ratu Semi and the Natubakitoga Mataqali.

The village was dependent entirely on farming and logging before Wacking Stick introduced Eco-tourism and they have run away with it.

The entire village is involved from guiding to trail cleaning. Wacking Stick has provided training and consultation and the money they have received so far from tours is being put towards new Eco-lodges and a community center for the kids.

The village originated as a farming branch from Korobebe village in the early 1900.

It has moved twice due to hurricane damage, the current position being since the 60's.




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