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Farm to Fork Organic Living

Get away to refresh and get connected. This unique escape starts at an elevated, organic sanctuary with distant views over tropical outer islands. Eco domes in tropical permaculture gardens provide the perfect, secluded, quiet space after a day discovering farm to fork activities in the extensive gardens.
From: £950
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Key Activities Include:
  • Remote, peaceful farm to fork gardening activities in an elevated sanctuary

  • Organic, vegetarian cooking in a hand-designed demo kitchen within an eco dome

  • Live in a traditional Fijian village learning all about island life and customs

  • Open sea kayaking and coastal walk which featured in Blue Lagoon 2

  • Daily waterfall dips

"We came for one day and stayed for three weeks! Home away from home with amazing food, company, pure nature and stunning accommodation. A special get-away for those who want to connect with mother nature and appreciate the small things in life."
B. Bouchard, France July 1, 2015
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Where we will take you

Route Map

Landmarks Visited On This Trip
Brief Itinerary
  • Take a local ferry journey to an outer island (flights also available)
  • Learn all about living off the land organically
  • Experience traditional Fijian village life
  • Take a local ferry journey back from the outer island (flights also available)
Taste Of The Island

Vegetarian Cooking

You’ll get creative in the custom designed kitchen where you can get involved in the preparation of fresh fusion meals featuring South Pacific and Indian dishes with food harvested by you. Everyone will cook together in the dome kitchen which is often accompanied by music and why not, dance… you are welcome to try your hand at either!

If you have any hesitation about living for four days on vegetarian food here are some samples from the menu that ensure you will be well fed and full of energy!

Our menus do include fresh eggs and cheese for some added protein, here are some of our recent guests fave dishes...

Homemade pumpkin seed flat-bread, lemon basil almond pesto, garden tomatoes and sorrel with fried eggs & fresh hollandaise.

Fruit salad fresh from the garden with Fiji vanilla & Taveuni honey yoghurt and house made coconut granola topped with candied rosella and pomelo.

Gluten free jungle gnocchi with caramelized eggplant, green beans, capers and tomato relish.

Sprouted falafel with hand ground tahini, salted lemons, green papaya and carrots wrapped in a fresh wholewheat wrap with a side of plantain chips and homemade sweet chill sauce.

Rosemary and black pepper sourdough crackers served with a cheese plate, starfruit and mango pickles and spicy lentil fritters.

Dairy free avocado and gaiatree chocolate mousse served with cinnamon vudi biscotti.

Prices And Availability
  • Start Date
  • 07/05/2022
  • 04/06/2022
  • 02/07/2022
  • 06/08/2022
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  • Four nights in a unique permaculture sanctuary
  • Two nights village homestay in a small traditional village
  • One night in a locally run lodge nestled under palms
  • Open sea kayaking and coastal walk which featured in Blue Lagoon 2
  • A traditional Sevusevu welcome to the village and traditional activities
  • All meals and accommodation
  • 24 hour in-country support
  • Personalised, pre-departure support and information
  • (The following at the eco-lodge only) Internet, private bathroom, hot water, fresh linens, meals are prepared with a team cooking spirit in a demo kitchen, coffee, non-alcoholic drinks, fresh vegetarian cuisine, fresh organic eggs
  • Snacks
  • Water
  • Gifts for the village (recommended)
  • International flights or ferry transfer
  • Travel insurance
  • Laundry services - washing - FJ$15/load, sun dry (at the eco-lodge)
  • Additional transport is FJ$40/return to town (from the eco-lodge)
  • Two nights on an overnight ferry (unless you specify to fly)
  • Transfers and island transportation from Nadi town on arrival and to Nadi airport for your departure
Accommodation Details

Your first four nights will be in a double or twin state of the art eco dome with modern cool interior.

You’ll then spend two nights in a comfortable village homestay. The family will look after you like you are one of their own, they have had lots of experience and love to host.

Two nights will be spent on an overnight ferry in a cabin. Please let us know if you would like to fly one or both ways instead.

  • Get creative in the custom designed kitchen, experimenting and eating freshly grown and cooked food
  • Stay in a local village. Learn to cook, wash and farm as the Fijians do
  • Relax in your own personal waterfall
  • Try the local root drink, Kava
  • Learning new things and ways to live off the land
  • Share your own skills, stories and ideas with locals and your organic living hosts
  • Open sea kayaking and coastal walk which featured in Blue Lagoon 2
Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 – 4 Unique Permaculture Sanctuary

We invite you to join us and observe, participate and relax on a private 8 acre sanctuary on the edge of the jungle on Fiji’s Garden Island. The sanctuary includes a spring fed waterfall with natural swimming hole and maintained trails throughout.

Day 5 – 7 Authentic Fijian Experience in the Village

You will delve into traditional Fijian life, living with locals, eating their food, singing, chatting and drinking Kava with them. This is certainly not for the faint-hearted, you need to be prepared to leave your iPad at home and live for the moment – you will definitely return from the islands having experienced something very few others have.

You’ll be officially welcomed with a traditional Sevusevu (Fijian welcome ceremony) where you’ll meet your host family and settle into your house.

The evenings will be spent getting to know the locals and members of your group, reading, reflecting on the day, chilling out and relaxing.

We will personally tell you all about the rules and cultural values of village life so you feel comfortable. This is a great chance for you to ask questions and get used to local traditions of island life.

One night in a locally run lodge nestled under palms.

Two nights on an overnight ferry.

Helpful Information
  • Your trip start point is Taveuni. We will advise on how to get there as there are a variety of options.
  • We suggest you take the ferry on Sunday evening from Suva. Please ask for further advice and flight ideas if you prefer a quicker transfer.
  • We also advise arriving in Fiji on Saturday or Sunday to acclimatize before the trip starts.
  • Flexibility – We give a commitment to be available for you to accompany our activities for up to 4 hours per day. There is no obligation for you to partake in these hours and the amount of participation you wish to involve yourselves with is up to you on a daily basis and can be discussed beforehand – we are entirely flexible with this.
  • Inspiration – Make your escape to Fiji a creative learning experience and take the opportunity to gain practical knowledge of productive systems in alternative energy, sustainable building and organic farming.
  • There is a good selection of books and magazines on permaculture and related subjects at your disposal and in the evenings you are welcome to view films in your accommodation or projected in our social area. Learn about green building, solar power and water systems.
  • Our aim is to provide real practical experience and you have the opportunity to ask about and discuss any inspiration that comes to mind during your stay.
  • You can expect – A friendly welcome, peaceful surroundings, parrots, stunning sunsets, bamboo groves, gumboots, compost, cool breezes at night and a relaxed Fiji pace of life with no traffic! Away from town and tourist areas the quiet nights in eco-domes provide you with all the comfort you need. The Sanctuary is a work in progress which gives it a unique charm.
  • Your time at the sanctuary is your own. We provide a guided tour of the sanctuary and current projects, from this introduction you are invited to join in or observe any of the friendly local team’s daily activities.
  • Details of your resort/lodge names and full itinerary will be sent to you once your booking is confirmed with 20% deposit.
  • At an elevated location, the nights can get cold.
  • There is no pool here but a waterfall takes its place!
  • This isn’t a conventional pool or beachside holiday but you’ll have plenty of chill time.
  • Organic Gardens – The sanctuary is being developed on permaculture principles, to establish a productive natural ecosystem, grow organic food and to work towards energy self-sufficiency. Gardens include a developing food forest with over 53 different varieties of fruit trees and super foods including cocoa, acai, vanilla, starfruit, peppercorns & turmeric. Fresh eggs from free ranging chickens will ensure a great start to your day in the jungle. Activities can be tailored to your culinary interests and tastes. Tropical fruits are seasonal and will vary with what is fresh.
  • 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 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.
  • We can advise you on additional eco trips to add to your trip as you like.
  • Please bring your own reusable water bottle to help reduce plastic waste on the islands.
  • Our little way of saying thank you for helping us preserve these stunning waters and pristine lands is to send you a hand-woven Fijian voivoi door mat to your home. It is more than likely you will meet the women who made it and even if not, you will leave knowing that you not only gave 10% of your trip cost back to local projects but also provided direct income to local women who are continuing their traditional skills.

Great if You Love…

  • Getting you hands dirty in the garden?
  • Experimenting and eating freshly grown and cooked food?
  • Learning new things and ways to live?
  • Bringing skills, stories and ideas?
  • Appreciating mother nature?