Colo-i-suva Forest ReserveCurrently Closed
- Address: Suva, Fiji
- Timings: 07:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 5 FJD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Forest, Trail, Wildlife Sanctuary , Tourist Center, Nature, Bird Watching
Situated around 24 kilometres from Suva, the Colo-i-Suva Forest Reserve is a lush rainforest spread across 2.5 square kilometres. Teeming with tropical plants and boasting of a variety of birds and reptiles, the forest reserve also has approximately 6 kilometres of walking trails. Hike along the jungle trails or take a dip in the natural springs and ponds. A must visit for outdoorsy people.
- Slippery routes. Please wear sturdy shoes.
- Carry an extra set of clothing, water bottle and a rain jacket.
- Sawani Bus
- Carrying snacks is recommended.
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75.96% of people who visit Suva include Colo-i-suva Forest Reserve in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
71.08% of people start their Colo-i-suva Forest Reserve visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Colo-i-suva Forest Reserve
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Colo-i-suva Forest Reserve
If you are visiting Suva you must stay here! It's away from the city hustle but still only 15 minutes away from downtown. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Restaurant served excellent food. We stayed for a week and loved it! It's walking distance to the rain forest.
Newly renovated facilities, more secure than ever. Two most amazing waterfalls, security provided at all times. People should visit this place
Recently updated (Oct. 2018) for Prince Harry's visit; new entrance, fully grated road, and re-done upper-pool (paths, signs, parking, hand-rails, etc). Walked from the upper pond all the way to the lower pond (where the large rope swing is). Beyond gorgeous weather and scenery throughout. Highly worth the visit!
Great on a hot day, but not what it used to be. I used to go frequently about 10 years ago, on my most recent trip i made a point to visit. We arrived a bit late so the park rangers were no longer on duty at the entrance or parking lot. We went to the ranger station and paid our entry fees ($5 for overseas visitors, $1 for locals). Since there were no rangers on duty at the car park we were advise to park at the police post down the street. Its a long walk from the road to the actual pool (i would not recommend the walk. The path to the pools has been maintained and in some places upgraded. The pools it self have changed a lot. Pool one is tiny and pool two was hard to access due to erosion and didn't look appealing as it was full of branches and debris. Its a very nice, cooling dip. Recommended for a groups.
This is a super cool park where you can go for a walk and even go swimming in one of the pools. You should take something for a picnic. We had a nice relaxing afternoon.