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8 ways to satisfy your adventure-seeking clients in Fiji

For those of you with clients after a holiday filled with plenty of thrills, you need look no further than this handy guide courtesy of Nanuku Auberge Resort, Fiji.

Located at Pacific Harbour (also known as Fiji’s adventure capital), Nanuku offers over 50 land or sea adventures.

From a gentle kayak up Navua River or heli-golf at Natadola Bay, to deep sea game fishing or a picnic lunch on a private sandbank, here are Nanuku’s most challenging adventures that are certainly not for the faint of heart:

  1. Overnight camping on a private island

Guests can be whisked away to Nanuku’s private island with nothing but the sound of the cascading waves and ocean as far as the eye can see. They can a once-in-a- lifetime opportunity to spend a night under the stars; just them, their private island, a tent and a bonfire.

  1. White-water rafting

Your clients can experience the thrill of riding Namosi’s rapids as they pass through majestic waterfalls and awe-inspiring hanging cliffs.

  1. Wild river eel netting

Guests can take a drive inland to the still waters of a rural creek and experience traditional eel-netting methods of the local villagers who fish with their bare hands. However, they must be prepared to get muddy and wet!

  1. Waisese waterfall hike

An Indiana Jones-style adventure for experienced hikers only. Your clients can through the winding jungles of Serua to see various native species of plants, still widely used in Fiji for medicinal purposes.

  1. Surf Frigates Passage

Do your clients love to surf? Well, they can attempt one of the world’s best kept secrets: Frigates Reef, located 19 kilometres from Fiji’s mainland. This world-class surf spot offers left-hand barrels over bright coral in crystal-clear water.

  1. Raka rugby training

Guests can test their skills in a three- or five-day intensive, challenging training regime presented by former professional rugby players. Here, they can experience the vigorous gym, beach and sand sessions to see first-hand what it takes to become an elite athlete.

  1. Moonlight prawning

Your clients can cast nets in the glow of the moonlight for fresh water prawns, then prepare and cook their catch in local Fijian homes.

  1. Terra-Trek

Guests can take an off-road buggy and enjoy Fiji’s only self-drive guided tour, exploring jungle clad mountains behind Pacific Harbour.

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