A collection of over 300 islands in the sun-drenched South Pacific, Fiji has a rich and at times dramatic history, not least with the mutiny on Captain Cook’s ship The Bounty. Independent since 1970, the islands are now a tourism hotspot, but it’s easy to get away from the big hotels and find intimate properties in any one of the inhabited islands. You can make your trip meaningful by renovating a home for at-risk youth before you head out to discover these enchanting islands.
Exclusive use of a private island – snorkeling – diving – cruise the islands – kava ceremony – whitewater rafting
Renovation and building work at a center for at-risk youth – build houses for families in need of a decent place to live