Explore the evolution of Fiji's fascinating cultural history and art during this half-day tour that includes a spectacular performance by the Fijian Firewalkers.
A scenic drive to the Pacific Harbor Arts Village features panoramic vistas of Fijian villages, tropical rain-forested mountains and flat pastureland. On arrival, you’ll have a brief tour of the complex, photo and shopping opportunities.
After being served a complimentary drink, you will be escorted to the amphitheater to witness a spectacular performance. You’ll be greeted by the sound of a drum beaten by a Fijian warrior, the blowing of a conch shell and the welcoming song of the villagers. From your shaded seat, you will see Fiji's storied past come alive before your very eyes. You will marvel at the Fijian Firewalkers demonstrating their mysterious power over flame. As elders chant, young men will remove the burning logs from a smoking pit to reveal the white-hot stones signaling the beginning of this ancient ceremony. The group from the Arts Village of Fiji will then entertain you with traditional dancing, mock fighting, re-enacting their legends and history and more amidst this idyllic setting.
After the show, you may opt to stroll around the cool fern trees and shady palms in the exotic tropical gardens be serenaded by the village singers, or join your guide for a walking tour around the Arts Village complex.
Need to Know:
Note: Participating children must be 3 years of age or older. The island buses do not have air-conditioning, and are the best available. As tour is conducted outdoors, we suggest you use insect repellent. Australian or Fijian currency and/or credit card will be needed to purchase any additional items.
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Tours with this activity level involve walking over relatively level terrain, possibly some cobblestone, gravel, or a few steps. Comfortable shoes are recommended.
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