Guns & Kava Tour
Experience a guided day tour of a Fijian village and the historical Momi battery park. This half day tour (10am to 2pm) include the following highlights:
Momi Battery Historical Park:
It was WWII, Japan declared war on the allies and began expanding across the Pacific. The threat of Fiji being invaded became a real possibility. Momi was selected as a battery site because it overlooked the Navula Passage; the passage offered one of the few breaks in the surrounding reef where enemy ships could enter to attack Nadi Town, the important airfield in Nadi.
Being the only deep water passage through the reef on the Western side of Viti Levu , Momi Bay was also seen as a likely landing point for an amphibious landing. In addition to having a very rich historic background, the park offers serene views of the Bay.
This special day will give you a memorable and authentic Fijian experience; where you will have the opportunity to interact with the indigenous Nabila villagers. You will be accorded the traditional kava ceremony followed by a guided tour of the village , entertainment and lunch. Lunch is served at the village community hall that will be followed by traditional Fijian songs and dance by the village hosts.
A chance to buy some local handicraft items before saying goodbye to your village hosts. The village proudly remains tobacco-free since 1996 in support of Tobacco Free Pacific 2025.
- Return Hotel transfers
- Momi Battery Historical Park
- Nabila Village Visit
- Welcome Kava Ceremony