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School Visit

Wellington, New...
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School Visit

I would love to visit a local school when I am in Fiji. Does anybody know of one close to Denarau that welcomes visitors? As a teacher in NZ, Im sure it would be an eye opening experience for me!

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1. Re: School Visit

Your resort will be able to organise a school visit for you. Most do. You will find that some are extremely enterprising.

Reno, Nv
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2. Re: School Visit

Visiting a village/school is most certainly and eyeopening experience. If you can take some school supplies: erasers, pencil sharpeners, crayons, etc. The smiles and laughter of the children will melt you hearts.

The following link has suggestions of what to take for a village/school as well as other items to take with you. They have so very little anything you take will be greatly appreciated.


Denarau Island, Fiji
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3. Re: School Visit

Radisson Blu On Denarau run a school tour every Friday at 10am. You will need to book at reception prior to the date. It is very interesting and will get you back by 12pm. A minimal cost to cover transport then the option to donate to their Adopt a School Programme. If you visit their FB page Radisson Blu Fiji Adopt a School you will see some of the projects they are undertaking in local schools.

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