Fiji Natural Thermal Mud Pool

Nature’s original day spa, the thermal mud pools lie at the base of Sabeto Mountains. Local villagers welcome you with fresh flower leis, traditional songs and a kava ceremony with the Chief. Then, follow your guide to the mud pools, used for their therapeutic properties by generations by Fijians. Rub the exfoliating thermal mud into your skin and then sip on refreshing chilled water as the sun dries the mud. Next, take a dip in the soothing hot thermal pools to rinse the mud away. Your skin will be left feeling smooth and refreshed. At the end, if time allows, check out the local handicrafts for sale.
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  • Location

    Port Denarau

  • Activity Types

    Special Interest

  • Experience Types

    Special Interest

  • Duration

    4 hours

  • Fitness Level


  • Price

    Adult from $129.99
    Children (12 & under) from $75.99

  • Snack included!
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IMPORTANT NOTE ON THE CONSUMPTION OF KAVA: Please note Kava is a non-alcoholic beverage used traditionally in the Pacific Islands for ceremonial purposes. Formed by the root of the pepper tree Kava usually has a mildly sedative and anaesthetic effect, although it is possible to have adverse reactions including upset stomach. The traditional method of preparing kava does not meet P&O Cruise’s standard of health and safety and any participation in trying kava is at the risk of the individual
• Please consider your physical fitness and medical history before choosing this tour. This tour is not suitable for guests suffering from the following health problems: High or low blood pressure, heart problems, varicose veins, mobility issues or if you are pregnant. The tour involves a moderate amount of walking and there are some steps to be negotiated. • Due to the sulphur in the springs, swimsuits may get damaged or discoloured. Shoes which you don’t mind getting muddy are recommended. • This is a local tourism venture and facilities are rustic. The limited tourism development is part of the charm and authentic experience. • Bring local currency cash (FJD recommended) for optional purchases such as locally made handicrafts

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