Upper Navua River White Water Rafting

In the remote highlands of Viti Levu lies one of the most unique river trips on earth. Slicing a deep chasm through the island's tropical interior, the Upper Navua River is a hidden pathway to a pristine tropical wilderness. Shrouded in lush rain forest, fed by countless waterfalls and protected by challenging rapids, the Upper Navua River is Fiji rafting at its best.

After an early departure, the Upper Navua river rafting takes you 17 miles through a stunningly beautiful river gorge with multiple waterfalls, plenty of wildlife and a lush rainforest canopy over the river's edge. During high water levels the rafting starts at level IV and drops down to level III as the river slows down approaching the ocean. When there is less water, the river is level III or II all the way, but not any less beautiful! There will be a delicious, deli-style picnic lunch in the middle of this journey.

This full day trip has a minimum age requirement of eight years old, and is offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays year-round. Price includes transfers from Pacific Harbour, lunch and taxes.

Cost: USD $235 per person