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Located along Fiji’s sun-soaked Suncoast, in northern Viti Levu, Rakiraki offers visitors a sweet escape. The quaint, rural township offers dramatic grassy peaks, abundant sugarcane fields, traditional Fijian villages and plenty of white-sand beaches under bright blue skies. Rakiraki is the main hub of the Suncoast and is a scenic two-and-a-half-hour drive from Nadi International Airport. 

Known for its endless sunny days, a holiday in Rakiraki can be as relaxing or as action-packed as you desire. In particular, Rakiraki is a great destination to enjoy thrilling water sports and engage in a number of cultural activities.  

Rakiraki is the perfect base to hike Fiji’s highest mountain, Mount Tomanivi. Once known as Mount Victoria, this extinct volcano is a jaw-dropping 1,324 metres high and the ultimate adventure for serious hikers. We also recommend visiting Naiserelagi Catholic Mission, famous for its mural depicting a dark-skinned Jesus Christ dressed in traditional Fijian clothing, or checking out the Tomb of Ratu Udre Udre, Fiji’s most notorious cannibal and tribal chief, who consumed over 800 victims in his time! For a glimpse of traditional Fijian life, be sure to visit the Navala Village, where ancient customs remain alive and well today.  

If you’re searching for somewhere to stay in Rakiraki, look no further than Volivoli Beach Resort. Located amongst sugarcane fields, gushing waterfalls and historic caves, this enviable resort will see you sunbathing by the pool and enjoying post-spa treatment cocktails in no time! A holiday in Rakiraki is unlike anything else in Fiji.