Departing your ship, you'll board your motorcoach for scenic ride though the city to the mountains as you make your way to Colo-I-Suva Forest Park. Along the way, you'll travel through Tamavua Heights, one of Suva's nicest suburbs, for stunning panoramic views of Suva Harbor and Lauthala Bay. So, be sure to bring your camera. Then, get ready to experience some of the area's most beautiful natural surroundings.
As you arrived to Colo I Suva jungle, the adventure begins as you explore nature at your own pace. Pls note the hiking trails are uneven, so be sure to wear sturdy walking shoes or hiking boots, and wear your swimsuit under your clothes if you plan to take a dip in the natural swimming pools that abound. No doubt, you'll also want to bring a towel and a change of clothes. This lush rainforest park, pronounced tholo-ee-soo-va, is an oasis teeming with vivid and melodic birdlife and tropical flora. Among the wildlife are 14 different bird species, including scarlet robins, spotted fantails, Fiji goshawks, sulphur-breasted musk parrots, Fiji warblers, golden doves and barking pigeons. The miles of walking trails navigate clear natural pools and gorgeous vistas, with just a touch of Indiana Jones in the rope swings over water and stone steps across streams. You will take a mountainside trail that leads to the lower natural pool. Once there, you'll be able to relax and swim in a cool, clear mountain pool, so simply revel in the gorgeous, verdant surroundings before boarding your bus and head back to the Port with a briief shopping stop in the city.