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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Going on an expedition with Think Pacific was the best decision of my life so far. Working with the charity gives you the opportunity to experience a beautiful part of the world not many people are lucky enough to see, whilst also completing such positive work for the country. Think Pacific were incredibly helpful from the moment I showed interest in volunteering, and had everything covered on both the UK and Fiji side.
My project in Korolevu has been incredible. It’s been so different to anything you could ever imagine, and for that reason I’m so grateful to Think Pacific for the opportunity. I’ve loved socialising with the Fijians. They’ve done so much to ensure we’ve felt truly accepted within the community. Nearly everybody you pass greets you with “Bula” and a huge smile across their face. I felt so far from everything I knew yet so at home at the same time. Coming out here has been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I’ll cherish my experiences with the charity for the rest of my life.
Think Pacific is an amazing organisation. Prior to departure the staff were friendly and always helpful. When arriving in Fiji I met my leaders who were both amazing throughout the project. During the project I learnt so much about the Fijian way of life which is not only inspiring but very interesting. The days are very busy, there is always something to do and that is what makes the trip so worthwhile and fun. I feel like I’ve made some amazing friends on this trip with volunteers and villagers. Leaving the village was such a sad day as we formed such a tight bond with the community. It was amazing to see the impact that we had as a group on the community and on the school children. It is honestly a once in a lifetime opportunity and I recommend it to anyone.