Our partners and friends

Lawaki reef baby corals by Helen S-1

We have the intention to live as self sustainable as possible and share our slice of paradise with guests interested in our philosophy, with respect to our nation, environment and culture.

To help us out and do this we are lucky to have many friends.

Marine Ecology Consulting

Helen Sykes is the passionate professional for all Marine research and issues in and around Lawaki Beach.

Helen is the Principal of Marine Ecology Consulting is Fiji and the South Pacific’s  leading company for Coastal and Marine Ecology Assessments as part of Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA), as well as offering marine conservation and management advice, educational courses and opportunities, and tourism-based marine programmes

Sustainable Tourism

UN Division for Sustainable Development programme promotes the development of sustainable tourism at the local level through the implementation of Sustainable Tourism Management Plans and the creation of a municipality network which allows a better coordination and a proper application of the national policies at the municipal level.

Arbeitskreis Tourismus und Entwicklung

(mostly in German, but ask Google to do its thing 😉 )

The most comprehensive tourism-critical online archive clearly tagged in 17 categories
What’s going on? What is up for discussion in tourism? fairunterwegs informs as an online newspaper continuously about the effects of tourism on people and the environment.

Wellness, luxury, security, “eco” or bargains – every day new trends are announced in the world’s most important economic sector. Quite different from the mouth of the people who live in tourist areas: They tell of hope, new perspectives, but also of everyday brutal exploitation and human rights violations. Such reports are barely received in the media, and certainly not in the high-gloss world of the travel industry. Here on www.fairunterwegs.org they have their permanent place.

WWF South Pacific Programme

The WWF, or World Wide Fund for Nature, is one of the largest conservation organizations in the world, with more than 100 offices in over 80 countries scattered around the globe. Founded in 1961, we are also one of the oldest and most respected environmental organizations.

Our global mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature: To do so we work at all levels: with governments, communities and corporations. Our three aims are:

  • Conserving the world’s biological diversity
  • Ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable
  • Promoting the reduction of pollution & wasteful consumption

Loloma Lunch Project

Healthy and balanced lunch for students at Uluinakorovatu Primary School, Beqa.

Loloma Lunch has become an integral part of the Uluinakorovatu Primary School. The lunch table makes a decisive contribution to the fact that the school continues to develop as desired, enjoys a good reputation and scores above-average apprentices in the annual final exams.

Thanks to the constant generous support of the growing patronage, we were able to participate in 2018 in addition to the financing of the lunch catering and to the realization of the important for the school solar system.

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