ADVENTURE ☆ COMMUNITY ☆ LEARNING ☆ FUN ☆ CONNECTION
Bridge the Gap: Vorovoro Island is a unique travel initiative bringing people from all over the world to experience the beauty and culture of remote Vorovoro Island, Fiji. Our mission is to bridge the gap between communities across the globe and build strong, meaningful connections between people in ways that support the goals of the local community in alignment with the values of Responsible Tourism. Learn more about our mission here.
Providing meaningful and educational cultural immersion programs for university students and families since 2013.
A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE
Authentic cultural immersion on a 200-acre pristine private island
Hosted by Tui Mali, chief of the Mali tribe and recipient of the Order of Fiji award (Fiji’s top honor!)
Fun, hands-on workshops that reflect Fijian village life, led by local experts
A Fiji experience like no other.
FUELED BY A UNIQUE PARTNERSHIP
Operated in direct partnership with the Mali tribe of Fiji, rooted in friendships going back to 2009
Responsible tourism that supports local community development goals
Programming that preserves and celebrates native Fijian identity, culture, and environment
Travel with Purpose.
"We have just set out on our world travel adventure, Fiji was our first stop. I'm a little worried it's all downhill from here though, I can't imagine anything comparing to the experience we've had on Vorovoro!"
CHIEF OF THE MALI TRIBE
"Vorovoro hardens the feet, broadens the mind, and softens the heart....Vorovoro is where you are home, where you are family, where we are all 1. I always say it’s 1 + 1 = 1 on Vorovoro. On Vorovoro, we live and work together, create better lives together. "
STUDY ABROAD STUDENT
“Though Fiji is a paradise, it deserves higher appreciation than that of a decadent tourist destination. Fiji is centered on rich culture, a fusion between the practices of indigenous Fijians and the migrated Europeans...I can’t help but miss Vorovoro’s simplicity and the rewards that come with fully earning what you have."