The Sigatoka Sand Dunes NP is one of only a handful of national parks in Fiji and the first one created in 1987 to protect a unique natural and cultural heritage site. Shards of pottery from the Lapita people are being uncovered here, some of the oldest in the Pacific region at approx. 2600 years ago.
The urge to go new places and see new sights is strong now I’ve bought my new caravan. I’ve driven past the turn-off to Manning Point possibly hundreds of times and now I’ve followed that road to the end. A long sandy spit with the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Manning River on the other, the best of both worlds, waterwise 🙂
A very rough thumping night coming around Cape Londondarry (The Laundry) but into the calm waters of the King George River about 1 am. Only one bad fall amongst us but no broken bones, and no-one was seasick – well we all turned up for breakfast on this our 8th day.
Into our routine now, boats off the decks and to the nearest beach for early morning shots. The curling mangrove shoot was an interesting and different shot. This long beach had a small creek in a dip behind the sand and before the sand hills