Fiji's fun river safari
17:30 AEST Sat Mar 10 2012
For many travellers, a typical Fijian holiday is all about plush resorts, snorkelling off white sandy beaches and cool cocktails at the end of the day. In many cases the closest they come to Fijian culture is a dance show at their resort.
Jason decided to delve a little deeper into this fascinating island group and took to the Sigatoka River. It runs from the hills of the Novosa Province to the sand dunes in Kulukulu on the Coral Coast of the main island Viti Levu. Until the late 1950s the river was the only means of transport from the coast to the interior.