Entries in #volunteering (6)

Tuesday
Mar212017

Shark  Dive

It might be all about community projects over here in Suva but given the opportunity to get in the water with some fish I absolutely will snap it up!

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Tuesday
Mar142017

Sand  Dunes

The beauty of Fiji’s many beaches never fails to take my breath away, regardless of how many times I have been, or where they are. But walking the sand dunes was something extra special.

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Tuesday
Mar072017

Bauisevu  Waterfall

Fiji is full of hidden treasures and after a tip of from a local we went to go and find one – Bauisevu waterfall. Located on the road along the Coral Coast (the same road you get the bus from Nadi to Suva along) about half way between the two cities is a sign advertising the falls.

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Monday
Feb132017

Mount Korobaba

This weekend we decided to climb the nearest mountain to Suva, Mount Korobaba (Ko-rom-bam-ba). It’s located just outside in a town called Lami – you pass through it on the road down from Coral Coast from the airport.

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Tuesday
Nov012016

A Day In The Life Of A Healthcare Volunteer

Find out how rewardinging an experience being a healthcare volunteer can be in this look at an average day at the Hilton Special School out in Fiji.

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Friday
Oct032014

Staff blog: how to enjoy your free time in Fiji

Volunteering in Suva isn’t all about the work, after the working week has finished volunteers have a wide range of activities to take part in and locations to visit during their weekends. Such activities include the world famous shark feeding dive for those who are already qualified divers, for those that don’t dive but have always wanted to learn they can visit our sister project on Beqa island and join the marine conservation volunteers for a weekend either doing a full open water course, a discover scuba diving session or just go snorkelling in the pristine waters of Beqa lagoon.

If water sports are not your thing there are many other adventurous activities such as a zip line tour, horse riding, jet skis, river rafting, kayaking, surfing and sky diving. If all of that seems a bit too energetic then you can just relax by the beach, go on a visit to a traditional Fijian village or stay home and enjoy the delights of partying in Suva. Locations to visit include Pacific Harbour, Raki Raki, Mango Bay, Beach House, Yasawa Islands, Beqa Island, Mamanuka Islands, Eco Lodge, Savusavu and Nadi.

So whatever you are interested in Fiji offers something for you and when you return to Suva on a Sunday night Mamma and Master will welcome you back to the homestay ready for another week of volunteering! 

 

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