Posted September 20, 2018 04:23:54Fiji is an island nation of about 40,000 people, with the largest population in the Pacific.
The islands most notable landmark is the beautiful Bikini Atoll, and it has become a popular destination for tourists, with bungaloes, villas and even hotels on offer.
But the beautiful resort of Bungalows at Moorea is a true outback experience, with an all-inclusive experience with all-natural, sustainable living.
We caught up with the owners of Bungals bungalOWorld, who are all local to Fiji.
Read moreRead moreThe owners of Moorea are all former tourists, and the owners have been involved in the island’s tourism business for decades.
It is a traditional area of the islands capital, Nuku’alofa, which has a population of about 400.
“We have had some of the best experiences on the island, and that’s the main reason why we opened Bungalots,” says owner, Benji Ngapali.
“It’s an all natural, sustainable way of living.
We’re really proud to be a part of it.”
The owners say that while the resort has all-organic, sustainable farming, it also has a small footprint.
“There’s not too much land and the environment is quite clean.
The animals are very healthy and the people are all locals,” says Ngapal.
“They’re very well trained, very well cared for, and they enjoy it.”
While the resort does have a large area, and a large footprint, it is all-vegetarian, all-acoustic, and all-fungi.
“The environment is really good, it’s clean, it has good water, it doesn’t have any pollution,” says Benji.
“So, it really has all the right ingredients for a good life.”
And we have the best people in the world, and we’ve got the best facilities for a beautiful, natural environment.
So, that’s what we’re really excited about.
“What are your favourite things to do in Fiji?
We love to spend time with the people and spend time in our favourite places.
We’ve got a beach, a hotel, and some beautiful beaches in Fiji.
We have a wonderful culture.
We are so proud of it, and there’s a lot of history to share with our guests.
We have been fortunate to get involved with the islands culture and tourism.
It’s so exciting and rewarding.
It gives you a chance to spend some time with locals and learn about their cultures.
What are some of your favourite places to visit?
Well, there are so many amazing things to see in Fiji, but we love to do things on our own.
I’ve got an incredible family here.
We love the mountains, the forests, the ocean, the beach.
We like to go fishing, go fishing with our friends.
So it’s very much a part-time thing.
What are some things that you don’t like to do while you’re here?
We can’t get much out of life here, so it’s not a place we want to spend our time.
We get so little out of it.
There’s not much to do.
What do you like to see?
I love to go on a hike with my dog.
It always brings a little bit of happiness.
What else can you do?
Well we have our own kangaroo and our own bush, and I like to hike and fish.
We also like to have a barbecue.
What’s your favourite place to go to when you’re in Fiji and you’re not in a tropical area?
We like to take our kangaroos for a walk in the jungle.
We go camping on the beaches.
We don’t mind going to a bit of a beach bar and catching a little wave, but when we are in Moorea, we really like to come down and have a nice picnic with our dogs.
What’s your favorite place to visit when you are in Fiji during the summer months?
I’m really proud of the fact that we have a beach that’s open year round, and then when we get in the summer, it gets really busy, so we like to enjoy that.
What is your favourite beach in Fiji in the winter months?
The beach is really lovely and there are no problems, so there’s not that much work to do here.
What does your favourite day of the year look like in Fiji this year?
My favourite day is the rainy season.
We just enjoy going out and enjoying the sun, the sea and the ocean.
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