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Mud Pools Fiji | Hot Springs Fiji

November 29, 2017 0 Comments

A visit to the Mud Pools Fiji is high up on the “Things to do in Nadi Fiji”.  We have visited several mud pools in our travels but an authentic hot spring with real thick therapeutic mud, readily available to plaster on our bodies, is fun in anyone’s books. Located in Paradise under the watchful eye of the Sleeping Giant Fiji that overlooks Nadi, you have to pinch yourself that such a find is so close to an International Airport and can be easily fitted in between transfers if you have 4 hours or more to kill.

Mud Pools Fiji – Details

Location

Located in Sabeto area, simply turn left exiting the airport, head out along the Queens Road toward Lautoka. Keep an eye out for the Bure hut with Aviva Farm sign on the right-hand side of the highway next to a rustic dirt road, turn right at this road. Head out past the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, past Aviva Farms then you won’t be far from the entrance to the first Mud Pool.  We always visit the first but there is two side by side. Take your pick!

Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool

Entrance to Sabeto Hot Springs and Mud Pool

 

Fiji mud baths

First stop, the mud pool. take a dip, squish your toes in mud, exit the pool and cover yourself from head to toe in mud staff have collected from the bottom of the pool.

 

Hot Spring Prices

Entry for adults is $30 FJD (10 USD pp) Children $15 (7.50 USD)

mud pools fiji

Step 2 – Cover yourself in mud, then laugh till you crack!! Literally

What should I bring?

Your beach towel, swimming costume, hair comb, sarong. Extra cash to buy local crafts or have a massage.

Facilities available

  • Male and Female toilets
  • Basic change rooms
  • undercover seating area
  • Massages
  • Handicrafts for sale
sabeto hot springs and mud pool

After washing off the dry cracked mud in the Mud Pool, head over to the series of pools (man-made and natural) to rinse and relax

 

Transport Options to and from the Mud Pools Fiji

  1. Local Bus.  From the bus station behind the Nadi Market, you can catch a local bus to their doorstep. You will need to ask locals to find the correct bus. Double check with the driver before scanning your e-card. Double check with the driver what time the next bus is due to return. Enjoy the ride. TIP – You will need to purchase an E-ticket card from Vodafone before heading to the bus stop.
  2. Taxi – You can hire a local metred cab. Metres remain on if they wait, get their number and ring then when you need to be picked up!
  3. Hired Driver – Negotiate a rate with a local licenced hired driver.  This price will include them waiting.
  4. DIY – Hire a car – If you have a car hire, then follow our instructions above.



Bula Fiji

BUUUULAAAAA

mud pool in nadi

Sabeto hot spring massages

Massages available from $40 – $70 FJD

 

If you are looking for an authentic Fiji experience, within the natural landscape surroundings of Nadi Fiji,  the Mud Pools is our NO 1 recommendation. We visit regularly when in Fiji and we never get tired of the relaxation, laughs and general great experienced with the local Fijians. BULA

 

 

 

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