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Traditional Melanesian market offering local fruits and seafood Also coconut oil varieties Sweets... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
John H
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Melbourne, Australia
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A Very Fun Place to Shop

I have visited this market several times while staying in Savusavu. There is a wide variety of... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2017
Wayne P
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Cross Lanes, West Virginia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Traditional Melanesian market offering local fruits and seafood Also coconut oil varieties Sweets and a fresh coconut drink

Thank John H
Reviewed 22 February 2018

We were after getting some tropical fruits and were very disappointed with the market's selection. The fish market was disappointing as well. Smelly, with old frozen fish stored in filthy, poorly maintained freezers. No ice. Nothing fresh.

1  Thank lynny409
Reviewed 15 September 2017

I have visited this market several times while staying in Savusavu. There is a wide variety of fresh local produce and many very friendly folks selling there. The sellers are very helpful and informative.

1  Thank Wayne P
Reviewed 28 June 2017 via mobile

I forgot to ad photos ...so here you are Love the signs, I didn't get a haircut so can't vouch for it. But if I was a bloke I would have given Kumar a go. I did try the ice cream and very good. Sit...More

1  Thank wendycarlisle
Reviewed 27 June 2017

This is rural Fiji at its best. The food is seasonal so what is available will depend on the growing season and the weather. We were lucky to get fresh fish but that also depends on whether boats have been out. The people are friendly...More

Thank Nicola T
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Recently docking at Savu Savu on our Cruise, we decide to go ashore and explore the local shopping. markets were plentiful on both sides of Main Street. The Fresh Water Perls, that had been made into modern Jewelery, was just magnificent. The timber carvings made...More

1  Thank Mummabella4
Reviewed 28 January 2017

We arrived in Savusavu by ferry from Taveuni and headed straight to the markets. Despite the damage to crops caused by Cyclone Winston we managed to be able to buy pretty much anything we needed on any given day. The prices are fair, the markets...More

1  Thank peter m
Reviewed 19 May 2016

The Savusavu Farmers' Market is my first stop when shopping for fresh fruits, veggies & fish. All the vendors are friendly and there's a huge variety of locally grown fruits & veggies as well as some imported items. It's impressive to see the folks gather...More

1  Thank TropicSplendor
Reviewed 15 April 2016

I love the Savusavu market it is real and well priced. The locals don't try and rip you off and work incredibly hard to make a living! Tip: Ask questions, learn about the locals and don't barter over 20c, just pay the local price.

1  Thank CharBP
Reviewed 18 February 2016

Stay out of the grocery stores, which charge an arm and a leg, shop local and get the freshest product. We bought from a variety of locals, but found one lady we really liked to deal with. Good prices and so tasty the veggies and...More

3  Thank DeniseR23
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Nannytanny
13 June 2017|
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Hi there, As far as I know yes they are open everyday.
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David H
6 May 2015|
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No, isn't open on Sundays
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