Experience the old world charm and serenity
Rakiraki is a quaint rural township in the colonial style, which captivates visitors with its old world charm and serenity. Two and a half-hours' easy drive north from Nadi International Airport, along the spectacular coastal King’s Highway, Rakiraki is your gateway to the northern outer island resorts.
Fiji's most notorious cannibal and tribal chief is buried here. The 872 stones surrounding his tomb represent each of his unlucky victimsFind out more
A prominent Rakiraki landmark, Navatu Rock is the believed to be one of Fiji's oldest human settlements.Find out more
Overlooking Viti Levu Bay, this 1917 church is famous for its mural depicting a black Christ, painted by Jean Charlot.Find out more