Hike and kayak in a National Park used in many film sets
Open water PADI certificate
Stay in a traditional island village
14 days of volunteering on one of three projects
Learn how to coral garden to help save a reef
A variety of western and local dishes such as:
Kocoda (marinated fish in lemon juice served with diced tomatoes, onions and coconut milk)
Ika vaka loco (fish cooked in coconut milk)
Lovo (traditional earth oven)
Monday – Day 1
Tuesday- Day 2
Wednesday – Day 3
Surfing lesson or guide.
Thursday – Day 4
Friday – Day 5
Jungle hike. Bus to Suva. Ferry leaves Suva PM.
Saturday – Day 6
Ferry arrives Taveuni early PM.
Sunday – Day 7
Monday -to Wednesday – Day 8, 9 & 10
A two tank dive each day on the Rainbow Reef, the soft coral capital of the world.
Thursday to Thursday – Day 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, & 17
Volunteering on one of three projects.
Friday to Monday – Day 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 & 24
Remote island camping with your local guide.
Tuesday to Tuesday – Day 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
Reef Check, crown of thorns removal, mangrove planting and coral gardening volunteering.
You’ll be welcomed and remembered with open arms by our partner villages, guides, taxi drivers, cooks, fishermen, shop owners and even complete strangers. Fiji is just like that!
We work with local communities by taking you to them, this helps then improve their income generation options and boost eco-tourism in Fiji which is still a minority sector. All activities use local hosts and guides and ensure the environment and culture are top priority when making all decisions.
Please bring your own reusable water bottle to help reduce waste on the island. Purification tablets are also good if you don’t want to drink boiled water.
Details of your resort/lodge names and full itinerary will be sent to you once your booking is confirmed with 20% deposit.
We advise arriving a day before to acclimatise.
We can tailor this trip by changing one of the activities according to your preferences, just contact us for more information.