A closer look at wild walking…

We’ve often puzzled as to why our hikes leave people a little bit more tired than they’re expecting. We’re in the tropics, so it’s often a bit hotter and more humid than hikers are used to, and the tracks we walk on aren’t constructed pathways, but often old village routes...

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New kitchen facilities in Naga!

We love the food that the ladies in Naga village prepare for guests. Almost entirely sourced from the gardens surrounding the village, and always delicious. And now, Naga has new kitchen facilities and a shared social space for the ladies to come together to cook, which, like so much else...

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CureKids Race to Survive 2018 charity event

Naga and Nubutautau communities hosted more than a hundred people during the 3-day charity event CureKids Race to Survive 2018. The charity event, held every two years by AccorHotels, raises money for CureKids Fiji which works with the Ministry of Health to improve child health in Fiji. This year, over $1...

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One hundred TripAdvisor reviews!

We’re delighted to have reached the landmark of one hundred TripAdvisor reviews. The positive feedback from guests is testament to the hard work of all of the communities that we are partnered with from the guides on hikes, to those who keep tracks open, clean, put out flowers, prepare bedding,...

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Women’s groups talk kitchens, health, and business!

Women from Nabalesere, Naga and Nubutautau, all villages partnering with Talanoa Treks, recently made the trek to Suva to plan a new initiative focusing on women’s leadership in sustainable tourism. The visit was supported by the Fiji Women’s Fund, an initiative of the Australian Government funded Pacific Women Shaping Pacific...

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