In the deep blue Fijian waters of the Lomaiviti archipelago, there sits the coral cay that is Leleuvia Island Resort, a 68,000 square metre islet that is adopting and implementing sustainable tourism practices because they understand that acting locally impacts globally.
If it weren’t for the potholes slowing us down on the road to Honiara, on Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands, I would have missed the sign that said Dolphin View Cottage. But our guide, Andrew, knew this road by heart.
We take you on a journey through each of the Pacific Islands, giving you insights and inspiration about dream weddings, honeymoons and romantic escapes in some of the most beautiful places in the world.
Rarotonga is a beautiful island with some of the most idyllic and pristine waters in the world. Whilst there’s a plethora of things to do in Rarotonga on land, some of the best activities involve the water.
2017 has been named as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism by the UN World Tourism Organisation.
Why? The goal of the year is to recognise and celebrate the huge impact that tourism has on our world: on our environment, on our societies, and on the global economy.
A travel expert of Flight Center, New Zealand and a South Pacific Specialist, Marga Morrissey recently returned from her winning trip to Tonga, highlighting the trip as “absolutely fantastic and the perfect way to experience all the best that the beautiful destination of Tonga has to offer.”