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Suva, Fiji-port

Located on the southeast coast of the island of Viti Levu, Suva is the capital city of Fiji. As the largest urban area in the South Pacific outside of Australia and New Zealand, it is Fiji’s main port city, and the commercial and political center of Fiji. The city hosted the 2003 South Pacific Games, being the third time in the event's history that they had been held in Suva.

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Below is a list of those shore excursions previously offered in this port. For information on which shore excursions will be offered on a particular cruise, please reference the specific itinerary of that cruise.

Free Excursions

Regent Choice Excursions

  • Light Activity /Walking Light Activity /Walking
  • Seated Tour Seated Tour
  • Moderate Activity/Walking Moderate Activity/Walking
  • Most Active or Strenuous Most Active or Strenuous
  • Minimal Activity Required Minimal Activity Required
  • Regent Choice Regent Choice
  • Gourmet Explorer Gourmet Explorer
  • Meal Meal
  • Evening Tour Evening Tour
  • A Day At Uprising Beach Resort
    Light Activity /WalkingMeal
  • Navua River By Longboat
    Most Active or StrenuousMeal
  • Pacific Harbor Cultural Extravaganza
    Light Activity /Walking
  • Spice Farm and Nature Tour
    Light Activity /Walking
  • Spices of Fiji
    Light Activity /Walking
  • Suva and Rainforest Walk
    Most Active or Strenuous
  • Suva City and Pure Fiji Factory Tour
    Seated Tour
  • The Pearl South Pacific Escape
    Light Activity /WalkingRegent ChoiceMeal

A Day At Uprising Beach Resort

Light Activity /Walking Meal

Duration: 6 hours

Tour Code: SUV-010

Indulge in a variety of activities at one of the finest resorts on the island’s southern shore, an oceanfront paradise perfectly suited for a carefree afternoon of relaxation.

After departing from the pier, you will drive approximately 1-hour to the island’s southern coast, a fertile land of rolling green hills and sugar cane plantations. Upon arriving at the Uprising Beach Resort, you will have more than three hours to enjoy the amenities at your own pace, whenever and however you please.

The resort is right on the ocean, so many of the activities revolve around the water. You might jet ski, kayak or take an exhilarating ride on a banana boat just offshore. Snorkeling is also popular, as the waters of Rovodrau Bay are teeming with colorful tropical fish.

Of course, you are not obligated to do anything even remotely vigorous. You might stroll along the beach looking for shells, relax in a lounge chair and read a bestseller, or loll in the shade and watch the palms sway to and fro. This is your time to spend as you wish, whether it be simply gazing out at the ocean or joining an activity.

In time, a delicious buffet lunch will be served on the beach. You can expect a variety of international and authentic Fijian dishes flavored with fresh spices. Fijian cuisine tends to be simple, exceptionally fresh and extraordinarily flavorful.

You will also have time to shop around the resort and on the return trip to the pier.

Please note: Walking on this tour is primarily at the guests’ discretion. There are sandy and uneven surfaces at the beach. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach, and have an able-bodied companion to assist them. Those with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Weather appropriate clothing; a swimsuit if planning on water or beach activities; a change of clothes; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; a towel from the ship; and flat, comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Additional activities at the resort are not included in the cost of the tour and must be paid directly to the resort. Australian or Fijian currency and/or credit card will be needed to purchase any additional items. Those who take part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.