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You will find that it is not hard to get around Sigatoka. Though it is a small town of only about 8,000 people, many of the attractions that the tourists come to see are located in close proximity. If you don't have a car, you can walk around without a problem. Though there are some attractions just outside of the town, including the sand dunes, they are only about 2 kilometers, which isn't too bad of a walk. It's not a bad idea to have your own car with you, so you should rent one from an agency in the town you are staying in. Sigatoka isn't really a travel destination, so you shouldn't really plan on staying for a long period of time. It's a nice town that you can go to to get away from all of the hotels and resorts. With that in mind, you should expect smaller and narrower streets with less people on them. If you need help finding a locations, do not hesitate to ask one of the locals. Though you might find some trouble with the language barrier, you should still be able to get directions. The locals often know the best routes to take, and they won't hesitate to help you.