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Sigatoka holiday villa rental

Sigatoka villa

5 bedrooms • 5 bathrooms • sleeps 12

from £599 / night

£3,691 / week

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Holiday villa with swimming pool in Sigatoka

Sigatoka villa

4 bedrooms • 4 bathrooms • sleeps 12

from £302 / night

£2,113 / week

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Sigatoka holiday home rental

Sigatoka house

2 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • sleeps 10

“three week stay with a young family of five, first time to Fiji” Traveled with 3 kids (2, 4, & 6). Service was excellent, esp Kerry before we left. The caretaker, Ramesh, was helpful with his local knowledge. He baby-sat a few times refusing payment, cooked a lovo dinner outside our back door, bought meat from the Nadi butcher etc. He lives 2 minutes away. The property was great, kids in one room parents in the other, 2 bathrooms. Large living area ideal for a long visit, fully equipped kitchen, dishwasher & laundry. Never ran out of hot water. After each day our tired kids watched a movie as we admired the view & cooked dinner. A car is essential. With baby seat our wagon cost $FJ 93/day. Sigatoka is a 30 min drive, beautiful Natadola Beach 1 hr, Pacific Harbor 1 hr. Petrol stations are cash only (outside major shops/supermarkets, it's a cash economy). Driving is safe but watch for roaming animals & speed cameras! Sigatoka now has a supermarket comparable to Nadi. Cooking was easier for adults.. a farmer selling spices at Sigatoka market gave us amazing dahl & curry recipes. Meal options were more boring for our kids but they coped & loved the pineapples, bananas. All up, Totoka Kalou was excellent for what we wanted to do. Here's what we got up to: First week we drove/walked down to Maui Bay to swim in the pool, snorkel, horse ride & climb fallen coconut trees. Kids loved the jetty, watching fish. 2nd week we ventured afield & went to resorts. Only the Outrigger didn't let us in. Our kids preferred Naviti, we the Warwick (snorkeling). Resorts were free to enter but on our last day Warwick said we should be paying $20/day each, maybe because school holidays had started? Third week was the most fun. We picked up hitchhikers, were invited into their villages to play rugby, kids visited a school. We met a village chief & had our best meal in Fiji cooked by his wife in their house! Take root kava when you are invited anywhere. A horse ride to the waterfall & 3-hr dinner conversation with the Eco Cafe owner were highlights

from £122 / night

£851 / week

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Holiday villa with shared pool in Sigatoka

Sigatoka villa

2 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms • sleeps 10

from £149 / night

£953 - £1,462 / week

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Holiday villa in Sigatoka

Sigatoka villa

4 bedrooms • 4 bathrooms • sleeps 14

from £302 / night

£2,113 / week

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