A pristine paradise; with genuine sustainability credentials and plenty opportunity to get involved in conservation projects.
A private tropical island on the Great Astrolabe Reef, Fiji. Only a short sea-plane or helicopter trip from Nadi International Airport.
Turquoise water and talcum-powder beaches fringe a collection of thatched villas, pools and gardens. Public spaces, like the many restaurants and Spa, are beautifully crafted in Fijian style, made from local materials and incorporating lovely natural textiles. High-end dining revolves around the island’s own organic farm, basing the resort food on ‘farm-to-table’ principles and community-supported fishing.
- Mangrove Reforestation Project
- Coral Restoration Project
- Manta Conservation Project
- Clam Garden
- No-Take Fishing Zone
- Dock-to Dish
- Seawater Desalination Project
- Sea Foraging Project
Who’s this for?
Socially and environmentally concious luxury travellers, who like to be based in one place and uptake project involvement when they choose.
Images courtesy of Kokomo Island