Complimentary Activities

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CORAL GARDEN SNORKELING
A short drive or bike ride takes you to Coral Gardens along the Hibiscus road. Your fully guided snorkeling trip will delight you with lots of vibrant soft corals, brilliant colored fish, an occasional larger visitor & caves all in our beautifully warm, tropical waters by the beach
Level of Difficulty: 4
Useful Equipment: Swimwear, Sun Protection, Reef Shoes, Camera, Water

GUIDED SNORKELING     
Join our guide, Dobbs or Manu, for a 30 minutes kayaking trip to Lepper’s Wall which is outside the house reef in front of Koro Sun. Once there, we leave the kayaks and swim along the wall where you’ll explore many different types of sea creatures on the reef. Your guide will share their local knowledge with you about our Fiji Island Ecosystem. The guided snorkeling is a great way to spend your day, and if your lucky you might have a turtle to join you.
Level of Difficulty: 5
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection, Swimwear, Reef Shoes, Water, Underwater Camera

KAYAK & SNORKEL
There are numerous opportunities to enjoy a variety of Fiji snorkeling locations while kayaking the lagoon. Together, these activities serve as a wonderful way to explore the house reef and see what the underworld Fiji is well known for. Both activities can be enjoyed for a little bit of exercise or pure leisure.
Level of Difficulty: 4
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection, Swimwear, Camera, Reef Shoes, Water

KAYAK TO LOTU ISLAND
Kayak across the lagoon to Lotu Island, named after the fruit bats living on the island. Every evening you can explore tide pools and swim in a cave on the open ocean side of the island, called “lovers grotto.” Climb through a hole in the rock at just the right moment before the tide waters rush through. On this 1-2 hour excursion you will circumnavigate the entire island and then kayak back to the resort across the channel.
Level of Difficulty: 4
Useful Equipment: Bathing suit (under), Sun protection, Reef shoes, Camera, Water

RAINFOREST TREKING
Koro Sun is surrounded by lush virgin rainforest. We set out to explore another corner of our tropical surroundings with the company of our staff on a discovery walk through 90 acres. Trek under the forest canopy, with huge trees, vines and tree ferns. Rare birds can be spotted such as the Orange Breasted Barking Dove. Remember your binoculars, and take a swim in our waterfalls as a treat to cool you off. Let your guides know if you wish to do a leisurely walk, or a more rigorous hike. The choice is yours!
Level of Difficulty: 4
Useful Equipment: Repellant, Sun Protection, Camera, Tennis Shoes, Water

HERBAL WALK
The rainforests of Fiji are magical,  and mystical places. Within their depths lie amazing herbal “remedies” used by the indigenous Fijians for years. Your Koro Sun guide will share with you the knowledge that they’ve gained from their ancestors including which leave would be used to cure a stomach ache, or which root will treat diabetes, what bark stops a headache dead in its tracks? The wonders of nature unfold for you!
Level of Difficulty: 3
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection, Repellant, Camera, Water

GOLF
Join us for a challenging round of 9-hole Pitch N Putt Rainforest golf.  The golf course at Koro Sun Resort takes you through our picturesque property and offers stunning views of the reef and rainforest. Look out for Mongoose holes, or water hazards. You will likely need to pack a few extra balls!
Level of Difficulty: 4
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection, Tennis Shoes, Water

CYCLING THE HIBISCUS HIGHWAY   
Hop on a mountain bike or beach cruiser, and enjoy the ride! Your guide will take you down the scenic Hibiscus Road where you can enjoy a leisurely exploration of the coastline or a more vigorous ride if you prefer. Whether you choose to go for a short trip or a long excursion, the beach and sea is your backdrop!
Level of Difficulty: 2
Useful Equipment: Sportswear, Sporty shoes, Sun protection, Camera, Water

SCHOOL VISIT
Join a Koro Sun Resort Guide on a Fijian village school trip. This experience offers a true lesson in Fijian culture and the history of Fiji. The experience is sure to make thankful and appreciate everything you have been blessed with. See the way these culturally diverse children learn in and out of the classroom, including the most important of native Fijian traditions: kindness and courtesy. The happy smiles on the children’s` faces is more than enough as payment for this gesture. If you have coloring books, pens or educational materials you are welcome to bring them along.
Level of Difficulty: 1
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection, Bug Spray, Camera, Water

COCONUT DEMONSTRATION
Known in Fiji simply as the “tree of life” the coconut is a life-sustaining tree in the islands. Every bit of the plant is used – from the roots, to the bark, to the nut. Your guide will explain the importance these towering trees have for the Fijian people, and you can join in on coconut grating (and tasting), weaving hats and baskets, and watch your guide nimbly climb up these beautiful giants.
Level of Difficulty: 1
Useful Equipment: Bring yourself, Camera, Bug Spray & Water

HANDLINE FISHING
Join our activities guide for handline fishing on the waterfront. Handline fishing uses a single fishing line which is held in the hands. One or more lures or baited hooks are attached to the line. Usually a weight and maybe a float are also attached. Handline Fishing is one of the oldest forms of fishing in Fiji and is still commonly used. The line can be jigged or moved up and down in a series of short movements, most often close to the sea floor. The motion attracts the fish, which are normally caught while trying to eat the lure but also as they move close to the jigged lure. The line is then hauled in and the fish removed. Handline fishing is most often used to catch ground fish and squid but other species are sometimes caught, including pelagic zone species. If you’re lucky, you might get one for dinner!
Level of Difficulty: 2 –
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection, Water

SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICE
The melodious Fijian voices raised in celebratory song is an experience that will touch your very soul. They are happy to show you their talents while welcoming you to their village. Check with the front desk to schedule a seat in the van for the weekly Sunday Church Service. Please also note that a collection plate is passed during the service if you wish to make a donation.
Level of Difficulty: 1
Useful Equipment: Camera, Water & Yourself

PEARL PRESENTATION
They begin as an irritant, and become a most beautiful and coveted work of natural art. Join us for an intriguing educational presentation on how these gems are being moulded and transformed here in Savusavu at the J. Hunter Pearl Farm. All are welcome to attend the pearl presentation, held in the resort’s lounge next to the reception area in our club house.

FLOWER ARRANGING
Join our florist and local green thumb Leba to learn the art of flower arrangement. Learn how to arrange flowers for different occasions using the plants and stems found throughout the 150 acre resort . All you need is a sharp eye, a little imagination and an appreciation for beauty and form.
Level of Difficulty: 1
Useful Equipment: Bug Spray, Camera, Water & Yourself

LOVO
Lovo is an underground earth oven, where your dinner is cooked on hot coals and heated rocks. The earth acts as an oven trapping the heat while cooking your dinner over a period of many hours. You can watch from the preparation stages until it is “unearthed” and table ready for you to enjoy during the weekly Meke and Lovo night.

MEKE (Fijian Dancing)
Meke is a Fijian traditional dance of the indigenous people of Fiji where men, women & children participate together in this entertaining tradition. It is a combination of dance & repetitive rhythmic chanting  that tells the stories of everyday life, ancient gods and the battles won. Some dances are performed seated while some standing. Accompanying this dance is music,  often in the form of the steady beating of sticks. Do not miss this exciting performance and a true Fijian Tradition.

COOKING CLASS
Spice up your next event with a recipe from Chef Joeli. The live cooking demonstration will prepare a menu of Kokoda (Fish ceviche). He will entertain you with a fun and informative demonstration while you are able to enjoy the Kokoda.

VOLLEYBALL
Join our staff for a friendly game, but understand, these award winners are tough competitors! Everyone is welcome to join.
Level of Difficulty: 3
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection, Water, Camera, Tennis Shoes

TENNIS
Enjoy a game of tennis on our two tennis courts. Invite our staff to join you – what we lack in skill, we make up for in enthusiasm!
Level of Difficulty : 3
Useful Equipment : Sun Protection, Water, Tennis Shoes

BOARD GAMES/ MOVIES  
Ask at the front desk to take a look at our Movie collection and enjoy them in one of the comfortable arm chairs. Take a look at the Board Games located in the cupboard within the lounge area and play a round of Monopoly or Risk.
Books are located together with the Board Games. Feel free to take them to the pool or to your room and please don’t forget to put them back so that other guests can enjoy them as well. We would gladly accept books you already read if you want to leave them behind to save space in your luggage for your Fijian souvenirs.

CROQUET
Is a lawn game, played both as a recreational pastime and as a competitive sport. It involves hitting plastic or wooden balls with a mallet through hoops (often called “wickets” in the US) embedded into the grass playing court.
Level of Difficulty: 2
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection, Water & Yourself

HORSE SHOES
is an outdoor game played between two people (or two teams of two people) using four horseshoes and two throwing targets (stakes) set in a sandbox area. The game is played by the players alternating turns tossing horseshoes at stakes in the ground, which are traditionally placed 40 feet apart. Modern games use a more stylized U-shaped bar, about twice the size of an actual horseshoe.
Level of Difficulty: 2
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection, Water & Yourself

LADDER TOSS  
Is a lawn game played by throwing bolas (two balls connected by a string) onto a ladder.
Level of Difficulty: 2
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection, Water & Yourself

BOCCE BALL  
This ancient game, whose modern adaptation most closely resembles bowling, requires skill, strategy and just a little luck. Bocce ball is a great game to play outside on a beautiful day.
Level of Difficulty: 2
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection, Water & Yourself

Stand Up Paddle Boarding
We offer two stand up paddle boards for you to explore the Koro Lagoon easily from the water. Stand Up Paddle boarding is easy to learn, and has become a very hot sport in recent years. Since the lagoon is protected, we offer the ideal location to give this fun new sport a try.

Level of Difficulty 4
Useful Equipment: Sun Protection