PVV  Chauffeur-Drive

Fiji Holiday on Viti Levu with a Driver

A private tour  with a knowledgeable guide and in the comfort of a luxury vehicles  is undoubtedly the best possible way to sample the Fijian  life and see the very beautiful areas of Viti Levu.

PVV TOURS- chauffeur  understand that clients are not just looking for a competitive rate plus a professional chauffeur service they also require…

Select a chauffeur-drive tailor-made program to fit your requirements exactly, whether for a party of two or a small group. This is a great way for family or friends to explore mainland   and celebrate a special occasion. Your driver will look after you every step of the way.

Program Includes

  • Chauffeur-drive vehicle – a saloon car for 2 people, multi-person vehicle  for 4 people and a minibus or small coach for groups of 8 or more
  • Pick up and drop off in Nadi, Coral Coast, Dublin or any place throughout Viti Levu
  • Comprehensive insurance, gasoline, tolls and parking
  • Services of a professional driver/guide
  • Prebooked hotels as required
  • Driver’s accommodation, meals and expenses
  • Guide with maps and suggested itineraries
  • Discount book with vouchers for almost top  attractions
  • All local taxes
  •  Public liability insurance cover.
  •  Clean modern executive cars.
  •  Insurance cover that includes hire & reward.
  •  Reliable discreet chauffeur drivers with more then 5 years chauffeuring experience.
  •  Competitive executive car rates.
  •  Onsite 15 minutes before pickup time.
  •  Committed carbon footprint offset policy.
  •  All charges will be subject to local taxes at 25%

Driver & Commentary

Your driver/guide is key to this package. All of our drivers are fully experienced and familiar with mainland  attractions, many having worked as guides with PVV Tours. Your driver will be able to make suggestions as to routes and recommended visits. He will also be able to give you an informal commentary on various aspects of life in Fiji Islands and and places along the itinerary as he drives. Gratuities/Tips are not included and are customary for excellent service.


If you need ideas for putting itineraries together, we recommend you review the coach tour programs Things to Do . These itineraries have been tested and refined through the years. We will also be happy to tailor-make arrangements especially for you.

Top Attractions:

  • Explore the Lautoka Fresh fruit and veg market and get a rundown on what the locals eat and how they cook. Not open on a Sunday.

  • In Lautoka you can also visit the fish market next to the wharf. Not open on a Sunday.

  • Take a walk around the Presidential Village of Viseisei (meaning to “spread out”) is fabled to be near the place where the Fijian people first settled Fiji about 3500 years ago. Opportunity to buy some local handicrafts. The Garden of Sleeping Giant is a beautiful orchid garden started in 1977 by the late Raymond Burr, star of Perry Mason and Ironside. Originally designed to house Burr’s private collection of tropical orchids, the gardens have developed into a popular attraction after years of flourishing. Raymond Burr loved these orchids just as much as he loved Fiji.

  • Take a dip at the Sabeto therapeutic Mud Pools & Hot Springs followed by a traditional Fijian Bobo (Massage) by the Fijian ladies of Sabeto village (optional).

  • Visit the Zip Line and enjoy unlimited zipping over forest and streams.

  • Do the Waterfall Walk and enjoy a much deserved swim. Takes around 20 mins one way and not suitable for push chairs.  Please note that due to lack of rain the waterfall might not be so “magical” but there will always be a swimming hole. This walk is at the same place as the Zip Line. Allow 1 hour for this stop.

  • Stop in and see the kids at a local Orphanage, open 7 days. You’re welcome to bring gifts, please no lollies.  Games are good. .

  • Go to Church on Sunday and enjoy a very local experience with lots of singing.

  • Visit a local School – closed on Sat, Sun and school hols. Allow 15mins for this stop. You’re welcome to bring gifts, please no lollies.  Games, books, pens, paper etc are all good.

  • Shopping in Nadi Town. We’ll drop you outside the best handicraft shop in Nadi Town, not the biggest but the best for truly local crafts. Feel free to wonder around town. .

  • Visit the largest Hindu Temple in the southern hemisphere, reflects an architectural style rarely seen outside India, and houses sacred statues designed by craftspeople brought over from India. Located at the end of Nadi town.

  • Visit to the historic Momi gun emplacement, entry fee required – on the way to Natadola Beach. Allow 15mins for this stop.

  • Visit to Natadola Beach with optional horse riding and massage. Stunning white sandy beach. Allow 1 hour at least for this stop. Natadola Beach is a 50 minute drive from Nadi Town or a 1 hour 15 min drive from Lautoka wharf.

Entry Fee to Attractions

  • Fijian Village- Entry fee $5 FJD pp. Not open on a Sunday. Allow 20mins for this stop.

  • Mud Pool – Entry fee adult $20 pp FJD, kids 6 to 15 $10 FJD. Open Mon – Sat 9am – 5pm

  • Zip Line – Entry fee $75 FJD pp. Open 7 days. Allow 45mins for this stop.

  • Water Fall Walk- Entry fee $25 FJD pp. Open 7 days.

  • Hindu Temple – Entry fee $8 pp FJD

  • Momi gun emplacement- Entry fee $8 pp FJD

Below  are sights & places of interest around Suva & environs and you can choose for the time constraint:

  • Fiji Museum viewing the historical displays there…get to see the replicas of ocean going canoes from the days of settlement (Entrance fees: F$7pp)

  •  Stop over at the President’s Chambers for a photo shoot with the guards during the changing of the guards ceremony (Free)

  •  Stop over at the Grand Pacific Hotel viewing the recently completed upgrades to this landmark

  •  Contrast the city architecture between modernity and colonial craftsmanship – Government buildings, Temples – Methodist, Catholic, LDS, etc.

  •  Stop over for a soothing drink at a Raintree eco-Resort overlooking a lily-filled lake and the flora & fauna

  • Trip along embassy drive viewing the diplomatic offices of USA, India, Australia, Malaysia & Japan, and a photo op of the Suva panorama

We’ll tailor the itinerary to suit our available time, and hopefully this offers a better understanding of contemporary Suva life.





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