Volunteer in Fiji on a life-changing team expedition.
See Fiji through the eyes of the local people and live at the heart of a remote Fijian village.
Make lifelong friendships and shared memories on a challenging team project. Volunteer with youths through education and sports projects, which in partnership with the Fijian Government are achieving groundbreaking results.
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Think Pacific is dedicated to Fiji.
We believe to make a global impact; you need a local approach.
For over a decade, we’ve partnered with the Fiji Government to deliver collaborative projects that empower both local communities and volunteers. Together, we can learn from each other, develop new skills, and create change.
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“Absolutely amazing experience and definitely the best 10 weeks of my life in Malake. Think Pacific are doing amazing things all over Fiji, they are friendly, organized, full of information and they think of absolutely everything, to ensure that you are prepared and love every minute of your time in Fiji. Their team leaders are unparalleled and made the experience what it was. So, if you ever get the chance to go to Fiji with TP, DO NOT HESITATE! GO! I will certainly be back for sure.”
Think Pacific struck me as being an extremely caring organisation. I was nervous before I went but had phone calls before going out and you were able to email the team with any questions you had, however mundane you felt them to be. In Fiji, we were greeted by Lottie and Lee who were fantastic leaders! They were completely approachable. No tummy ache or random question was ever too much trouble for them. I would certainly recommend Think Pacific to anyone who is willing to get stuck in and has a positive attitude. I would go back in an instant. Hopefully, Fiji and Think Pacific haven’t seen the back of me yet!
We arrived to the sound of drums banging, villagers singing and Fijian ladies throwing garlands over our necks. The kids scrambled to carry anything they could of our belongings to help us into their homes. The smiles of the volunteers expressed pretty well how everyone was feeling.