• Location: Nadi, Fiji
  • Duration: 5 hours (approx.)
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Explore Lautoka, Fiji's second largest city and its sugarcane capital — coined the ‘Sugar City’ — on a morning or afternoon driving tour from Nadi and Denerau. You’ll take the scenic Kings Road, stopping to visit the village of Viseisei along the way. With a knowledgeable guide, view Lautoka’s marketplace, mosques, colonial homes and the Fiji Sugar Corporation (FSC), then return to Nadi or Denerau. Hotel pick-up and drop-off included.


  • Visit Lautoka, the sugar cane capital of Fiji on this enjoyable half-day tour from Nadi
  • Stroll through the village of Viseisei, the location where the first Fijian's landed
  • See the largest sugar mill in the southern hemisphere
  • Visit the marketplace and see the temple and old colonial homes as you tour Lautoka
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off from selected Nadi and Denerau hotels

What You Can Expect

Lautoka Half-Day Sightseeing Tour from Nadi

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After hotel pickup in the morning or afternoon from Nadi or Denerau, you’re driven a short distance to Viseisei where, according to legend, the first Fijians landed, and follow your guide on foot through the village. After an opportunity to browse local handicrafts, you’ll continue on to Lautoka, which boasts the largest sugar mill in the southern hemisphere.

Arrive in Fiji’s sugarcane capital of Lautoka, aka Sugar City. Traveling north along a scenic route into the farming country of the Sabeto Valley, your guide narrates the sights and makes short stops along the way.

Learn about Fiji's principal export and view sugarcane fields lining each side of Kings Road. During planting or harvest, you may witness oxen pulling ploughs or cartloads of cut sugarcane.

Tour the tree-lined streets of Fiji’s second largest city. See the marketplace, mosques and the Hare Krishna Temple, and admire the colonial homes and 100-year-old banyan trees as you pass by the FSC compound.

Your 5-hour tour returns via Queens Road, a high-country route that affords a glimpse of Fiji’s offshore islands, before hotel drop-off

Customer Reviews

Anthony j C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

The tour was half a day and the tour was just amazing and the tour guide we had was just amazing as well,he took to things that a lot of people should have a look at ,just opens up your eyes.

Arthur P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Rosa's tours did a great job!

Maygen E

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2015

This tour was fantastic, the guide was so knowledgable. Showed us interesting things with great info to go with it, we learnt and saw quite a bit. The only down side is that we didn't have a full day, we didn't want the trip to end.

Tracey P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2012

Brilliant time! The village is fantastic. Bring plenty of money because the handicrafts are so beautiful and you will want to spend so much money. Lautoka markets were wonderful and the products were exceptionally well priced. Viator make the tour booking so easy


5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2012

a great trip very interesting. Guide very knowledgeable

Antony H

4 star rating: Recommended July 2015

an enjoyable and welcome cultural insight.
Our guide was very good and knew alot about the Fiji history. The stop over in the place of the first landing was most interesting. We took time to go to the market and even look thru the supermarket, it is always enjoyable seeing what other countries eat.
A good chnage from a resort based holiday

Lizzie Australia

4 star rating: Recommended October 2012

Roses are a great comapany in fiji. Very friendly and helpful Staff. All speak english well.graet way to see the sugar city

Amy B

3 star rating: Worth doing August 2014

Ended up being a private tour. The driver/guide took me all over Lautoka. It was interesting.


3 star rating: Worth doing December 2013

We have enjoyed the local Tour.

Veronica K T

3 star rating: Worth doing July 2013

Lautoka tour was interesting. It made us understand the history . But there was a overlapping in the iterinary between this tour and Sabeto Valley and Garden of the Sleeping Giant Tour. I think we should join Sabeto Valley and Garden of the Sleeping Giant Tour instead. Due to overlapping in the iterinary,It mad e this tour very boring.

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