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Expedition Dates:
April 1-10, 2023November 17-26, 2023

Cost: $3295 + Airfare

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Fiji April 2023

Ages: 8+ (8-17 year olds must have adult guardian)

Humanitarian Project:Education, Water, Community Outreach

Trip Pace: Moderate

Physical Activity: Moderate

Highlights:Snorkeling, Waterfalls, Cultural Celebrations, Rugby, Private Beach, Coastal Walk, and Fishing

Vaccine Requirements: Covid-19, Covid-19 travel insurance

About this Trip

Famous for its friendly people and heavenly tropical islands, Fiji is the quintessential South Pacific paradise. Fijian culture centers on family, so this is an excellent place to serve with children of all ages (8 and older). Join us as we spend our time between Nadi and Taveuni at an iconic lodge overlooking the ocean.

Visit tomorrow and today at the same time at the international dateline and cheer on a local rugby team. Enjoy coastal walks, cultural celebrations, and working alongside the locals.  Enjoy fishing, snorkeling and turtles on private beaches.  Stand by the Vuna blowhole, hike to world famous waterfalls, and slide down natural water slides to round off one of the most iconic island adventures out there!

Participate in water projects and other community outreach opportunities like building classrooms and libraries.  Partner with Water for Life and bring water filters to local farmers, and teach feminine hygiene in collaboration with Days for Girls.  Participate in sustainable farming projects for local communities.   This expedition pace and projects are a perfect mix of hard work, growth, and pure tropical bliss.

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Questions about this trip? 

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Who can apply for a service expedition/trip?

Service trips are open to adults over the age of 18 or family groups. The minimum age of participants within a family group is 8 years old. If you are younger than 18 and would like to attend without your family, you must apply with a chaperone and obtain a parent consent form.

You will need to be able to effectively care for yourself and family members including allergies and other mental or physical restrictions. Participants should be healthy enough to participate in long days of working and playing hard with a rigorous schedule. Many expeditions also have portions of the trip that are filled with adventure, and sleeping accommodations may involve camping. Review the itinerary to be sure it is the right fit for you.

When are my trip fees due?

In order to hold your spot on an expedition, you must pay your $500 non-refundable deposit that will be applied toward trip fees.

April Expedition: Half of your trip fees are due by January 15, 2023 and the remaining balance is due February 15, 2023.

October Expedition: Half of your trip fees are due August 1, and the remaining balance is due September 1, 2023.

What discounts are available to me and my family?

  • $250 off for students (non-stackable)
  • $250 off for family/friend groups of six or more participants (non-stackable)
  • $250 for previous ROAMers (this is not your first ROAM Humanitarian expedition, non-stackable)

Who are my expedition leaders?

Trip Leaders will be hand selected by Justin and Lindsay, ROAM Humanitarian Founders.