Colo-I-Suva Forest Park, Suva
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Admire the natural beauty of Colo-I-Suva Forest Park, a nature reserve offering plenty of outdoor activities. Hiking trails wander all over the park, and no matter which path you choose, you are bound to cross a waterfall or swimming hole. Search for Waisila Creek and play in its natural pools, where rope swings hang from tree branches and invite you to be king of the jungle. Try to identify the tropical birds and plants as you enjoy a packed lunch in the shade. If you are nervous about hiking alone, park rangers will lead tours if asked. Plan your visit to Colo-I-Suva Forest Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Suva itinerary builder.
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Inside the forest park is a great little waterhole for swimming and also has a large rope swing for the adventurers. While we were there the cruise ship acrobats were doing some tricks on the rope. Th... read more »
Great little spot. Long walk down the road from the main road - a good 30-40 minutes, but worth it because the waterfalls are beautiful. The pools are crystal clear and clean - but beware - freezing c... read more »
Great swimming spot, with a series of natural pools.Some short forest walks too - get some tips from the main office across the road (and up the hill) from the main gate. Gets busy on Saturday and Sun... read more »
A pleasant, and relatively, simple 2 hour walk/hike through a nature preserve a half hour outside Suva. On the plus side - shady, well marked trails and several places to have a swim. At the very least descend all l the way down to the lowest pool where there should be a rope swing. At that pint, you can play tarzan and do a cannonball off the swing into a large pool. do be aware of your belongings however as word was that you should not do this alone. We took turns dong the swing while the other took photos and watched our belongings. The Big Dakua trail is the only strenuous part and even at that it's not tough. the biggest downside is the relative lack of birds, or bird sightings, despite the claim that 15 or so species live in the reserve.
Its relaxing beautiful cool cold fresh water but its better to go in a big group can be dangerious if gone alone many cases of robery and assault. Best to go in big group of friends
Marina de la Fuente
Nice park with good walks that lead to several waterfalls and natural pools.
A cool break only about 30 minutes from Suva will hiking paths through forested areas and small clearings. Lots of wildflowers and waterfalls. Bring your swimming gear as there are several pools to swim in.
Love the waterfall best place to just chilll and relax
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