True Cultural Immersion

Aboard Tui Tai, you’ll experience Fiji Culture the Pacific Cultural Triangle firsthand. This collection of islands, whose people come from all over the Pacific Ocean, is the only place in the world where Micronesian, Polynesian and Melanesian cultures live traditional lifestyles in close proximity. During your Fiji Sailing Adventure with us, you’ll:

  • Witness authentic cultural performances from each of these three unique civilizations.
  • Visit Somosomo, home to the paramount chief of Fiji’s Northern Islands; talk history with village elders on Kioa island, home to renowned fishers and craftspeople; and watch an authentic Melanesian cultural performance and tour in tiny Wiwi Village
  • Stop by local schoolhouses on Rabi and Kioa islands, visiting and playing with the children
  • Assist with essential supply deliveries, cultural outreach and “contributionism,” strengthening the humanitarian connection between Fiji’s indigenous people and Tui Tai guests like you

Ecotourism and Voluntourism

Tui Tai is a leader in community-involved tourism to remote islands. Simply joining a trip means you have contributed to the ongoing humanitarian efforts involved. If you wish to do more, great. There are many projects you can support to augment what is already happening. With your help we can continue to support the many local communities we work with on a path to a sustainable partnership. Every Tui Tai Adventure Cruise includes cultural exploration and the opportunity for guests to volunteer and contribute. Some call it ecotourism, some call it contributionism. We call it a wonderful experience. Read more about Ecotourism and Voluntourism in Fiji

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