A key contributor to its protection is the archaeological treasures buried beneath the dune sands. These artifacts have contributed to the history of man’s first arrival in Fiji. Today, evidence of this past continues to be unearthed by the wind. The Park is home to a unique Dune forest which is now home to a myriad of wildlife. Some notable inhabitants of this forest include the Fijian Swallowtail Butterfly, the fruit bats, the Goshawks, the giant stick insects, and the cryptic Pacific Boa. The National Park is a Fijian heritage, rich in both natural and cultural attributes.
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