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Highly recommended. SWe were taken to Sigatoka in an air-conditioner by a friendly driver. Shopping there is an exotic experience. Bought nice personalized gifts, which impressed family and friends.
Fantastic day! I was the only person on the tour and it still went ahead. Very personalised. Fantastic guide. Really knows his stuff. Happy to stop so you can take photos. Loved it. Viator make the tour booking so easy
We had fun shopping in Sigatoka along with the guide who took us to the best places to shop! Also an enjoyable half day as we were guided around with commentary from the guide on our tour.
There was only 2 of us on the tour so we had a private car take us. The trip is about a hour to get there, we wandered around in our own time and did some shopping. Had a wander around Sigatoka and then the driver took us back. Great shopping, cheaper than Nadi.
By the time we did this tour we were shopped out. The village we visited was interesting, as the guide actually lived there.
It was nice to have a driver and car all to ourselves but this is hardly a shopping trip. We went to the open market, and then went by a store to look at souvenirs. The review did not match up- I thought it would be more shopping but it's not much to see in Sigatoka.
One hour drive there, 2 hours to look around the shops, which are the same as Nadi, then 1 hour drive back to hotel at Denaru Island. Good drive to see the scenery. We were expecting to see a "village" and craft places.The Village Craft Market is only a craft shop in the town. Little bit disappointing, but a nice morning.
We were taken to the same chain shops that the resorts have within their complexes. We were told that if we went to any markets or other smaller shops we would be ripped off. We wasted 6 hours of our day. The only advantage was seeing the countryside on the way to and from Sigatoka and our guide was very informative of the way of life in Fiji.