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By Bus

Buses are the main form of public transportation on Viti Levu the main island in Fiji. Buses are cheap, frequent and reliable and feature open-sided windows and roll up canvas flaps in case of a rainstorm. Buses connect to the different cities and towns on the island and even travel to remote destinations in the mountains and along dirt roads. The cost is around FJD$20 for an express bus that travels along Queens Road which covers the southwest region of the island, starting in Nadi, it runs along the Coral Coast and ends in Suva, the capital city on the island, this entire journey takes at least 5 hours by bus. Buses can be flagged down all along Queen`s Road and there are buses running constantly from Nadi airport all the way to Suva.

By Taxi

Taxis are the next option for getting around the island and the Coral Coast, they are cheap and practical with fares that start around FJD$1.50 and go up NJD$0.10 every 0.62 miles. Taxis are normally found in all of the main towns on the island at taxi stands, otherwise, you can hail a taxi from the street or call to order one by phone.

By Foot

Walking around the small towns is a great way to explore what all the different areas have to offer including small local shops, markets, restaurants, and beaches. Queens Road is the main highway that runs from Nadi to the capital city of Suva on the main island of Viti Levu, the road is flat and runs along the coast. Certain areas along this coastal highway offer great scenic views and plenty of spots to stop and walk or hike along. The Sigatoka Sand Dunes are situated along the coastline and provide walking and hiking options.

By Bicycle

Riding a bicycle on the Coral Coast is a great way to see the spectacular sights and scenery the island has to offer. The roads along the Coral Coast are flat and biking in the area near Kings and Queens Road is a great way to check out the coastline. Always be cautious of vehicles and traffic, wear a helmet and keep plenty of water on hand. It is also advised not to cycle at night when visibility for cyclists and drivers can be poor. There are bike rentals offered along the Coral Coast and the cost is approximately FJD$25 - $40 a day.

Scooters and motorcycles and bikes can be rented on the island providing a fun and scenic way to get around. Many places offer rentals with shops right on Queens Road and prices are around FJD$35 - $60 per day for a scooter or a 125cc motorcycle.

By Boat

Hopping on a ferry or boat is a great way to see the beautiful island and the Coral Coast. Island hopping to the surrounding Mamanuca Islands and the Yasawa group is a popular option for a day trip with many companies offering daily tours.


By Car

Renting a car on the Coral Coast is a great option for exploring the island and the surrounding areas at your own pace. Many of the big name companies offer rental cars at Nadi International airport including Avis, Hertz, and Budget and the average cost is around FJD$75 -$100 a day. There are also a few rental car companies located along the Coral Coast if you are just looking to rent a car for a few days while close to your accommodations.

By Plane

Seeing the Coral Coast from a bird`s eye view is a spectacular way to appreciate and enjoy the stunning scenery below you. This can be an expensive option but it is a once in a lifetime experience. There are small airstrips located all over the big island and some of the smaller surrounding islands. Sun Air airlines are located at the Nadi international airport and offer daily flights to islands such as the Mamanucas, Savusavu, Labasa and the Yasawas with prices costing approximately FJD$400 depending upon the destination. It is a 10-minute flight from Nadi to the Mamanucas and can cost as low as FJD$80.

Helicopter rides are also offered on the island; most of them depart from the Nadi International Airport or Denarau Island and make transfers to the Mamanuca Islands along with other islands in the area.