How You and Your Guests Can Help Conserve Fiji’s Natural Beauty At Your Destination Wedding
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Amid Fiji’s 333 islands, you’ll discover more than just breathtaking beauty to host your events and wedding – you’ll find a chance to embrace eco-conscious choices and give back. Here are just a few examples of how you and your guests can contribute to the future of the Fijian Islands, learn more about the local environment and have fun while you’re at it!
Join Shangri-La’s Care for Nature Project, SANCTUARY and work with their Marine Education Centre to build fish houses, paint coral, embark on mangrove kayak tours with marine biologists and more!
Plant Native Trees
Plant native trees to help restore ecosystems, combat soil erosion and enhance wildlife habitats with Nature Fiji Mareqeti Viti or Conservation Volunteers Fiji, in locations like Colo-i-Suva Forest Park or Sigatoka Sand Dunes National Park.
Sea Turtle Conservation
Track nesting and hatching sea turtles and collect important data to help ensure the survival of Fiji’s dwindling sea turtle population with The Mamanuca Environment Society or GVI Fiji.
Care For Native Animals
Assist in caring for Fiji’s native animals through volunteering at Kula Eco Park in Sigatoka.
Restore Coral Reefs
Help to restore coral with Vinaka Fiji, where you will work alongside marine biologists in the Yasawa Islands to transplant coral fragments onto damaged reefs, aiding their recovery and preserving Fiji’s stunning underwater world.
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