The Coral Coast is promoted as one of Fiji’s most sophisticated tourism precincts. Located along the southern shoreline of Viti Levu, extending from Natadola Beach (considered one of Fiji’s finest beach) in the west to Pacific Habour in the east. The Coral Coast is easily accessible from Nadi by way of a scenic drive on the Queens Road or to certain hotels on the Coral Coast – via helicopter.
Coral Coast is home to numerous hotels ranging from budget to 5 star including Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa, Shangri La Fijian Resort & Spa, Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji Resort, Rydges Hideaway Resort, Naviti Resort & Spa and The Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa.
Depending on final hotel destination, trip time from Nadi Airport to hotel can range from one (1) to two (2) hours.
The Centre of the Coral Coast is considered to be Sigatoka, located on the banks of Sigatoka River, Fiji’s longest river.
The Sigatoka Valley: From Sigatoka you can go inland along the west bank of the meandering river, flanked on both sides by a patchwork of flat green fields of vegetables that give the Sigatoka Valley its nickname: "Fiji's Salad Bowl." The pavement ends about 1km (1/2 mile) from the town; after that, the road surface is poorly graded and covered with loose stones.
Natadola Beach: Still fairly isolated, Natadola Beach is considered by many as Fiji‘s finest beach. Its remoteness and serene atmosphere make for an ideal day escape . Here you will have the opportunity to soak up the sun and swim in a splendid lagoon of clear and shallow water, providing a safe environment for swimming at all tides. Natadola is a curved, pristine white sandy beach bounded by palm trees which stretches on 1.6km and slides into crystal-clear azure waters.
Kula Eco Park: Just off the Queen's Road opposite the Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji, Kula Eco Park is Fiji's only wildlife park. Kula Eco Park is an environmental showplace dedicated to the conservation of Fiji's indigenous Fauna and to the environmental education of Fiji's children.