Nanuku Auberge Resort, Pacific Harbour, Fiji is thrilled to welcome Anna Ratucoki to the position of Lailai Kids Adventure Club Manager. Hailing from nearby Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Anna brings a wealth of experience providing the highest level of safety, supervision and care for young guests.
General Manager, Sascha Hemmann explains, “The LaiLai Kids Adventure Club Manager is a critical role. Nanuku’s ‘kids club’ is unlike any other in Fiji. Not only do we offer new and unprecedented complimentary babysitting 12 hours per day for our guests, but our care is available for all ages; from newborns through to active 14 year olds.
Individual nannies are provided for every child up to 6 years of age and buddies for every family with children 6-14 years.”
Sascha continues, “The Lailai Adventure Club Manager’s role is equally challenging and rewarding. Our aim is to completely unplug our littlest guests in an environmentally grounding and culturally engaging experience; immersing them in outdoor play without a digital device in sight. An ode to the way we grew up as children and akin to how Fijian children are raised today.”
“Anna’s exceptional experience combined with her outstanding references makes her the perfect candidate to entrust our most precious guests; affectionately known as Nanuku Junior Warriors.”
In addition Nanuku is honoured to announce Mosese “Moji” Nabulivou to the role of Nanuku’s resident Marine Biologist & Environmental Guardian. Moji brings an intricate knowledge of not only marine science, but also wastewater management, environmental analysis and Biology, Chemistry and Physics teaching.
Sascha says “We look forward to working with Moji to continue improving the health of our local ecosystem as well as further strengthen Nanuku’s commitment to sustainability; both environmentally and through the resort’s waste management practices.”
“Additionally, we look forward to Moji sharing his expertise alongside Professor Adam Blundell from the University of Utah, United States in our upcoming hard and soft coral propagation workshops to be held in August 2019.”