If Chris Moyles can climb Kilimanjaro then imagine what you could achieve…
Before leaving for London Ben Keene reflects on Tourism in Fiji and the role Tribewanted is playing in steering the industry along the right path.
Since the project began, there has been a never-ending infusion of knowledge throughout the Tribewanted village but especially in our very own bubbling Fuel Machine, Vorovoro’s kitchen!
Eight of the family and workers of Vorovoro will be heading to London this July to represent Tourism Fiji by taking part in the Legends of Fiji cultural exhibition at the Hampton Court Flower Show.
On Vorovoro, we can see so easily the full cycle of life and its biodiversity, and that is why it is the ideal place to educate, inspire and make connections.
This week we bring you one of our popular lunch time treats…patiently prepared and carefully cooked by the kitchen team…our very own Vorovoro Samosas!
A profile of Damian Aurelio Vargas – Tribewanted Andina’s main guide this summer in the Andes
Not one, but two dream island jobs are on offer this week.
James Kerridge from the Tribewanted team interviews Tui Mali, chief landowner on Vorovoro.
The sustainable development of Vorovoro, Fiji by Tribewanted is a work in progress, under the ever watchful eyes of local residents and an international online tribe.