Rivers Fiji was established in 1998. Whether you’re an experienced white-water veteran or a complete novice they have a variety of options to accommodate a range of skill and interest levels. They explore class II-III white-water aboard inflatable kayaks and white-water rafts, experiencing some of Fiji’s most spectacular terrain by floating in relative comfort along two of the country’s premier liquid pathways, the Upper Navua Gorge and Wainikoroiluva.
Rivers Fiji also offer a number of other Fiji adventures. Sea kayak amid turquoise blue waters, snorkel incredible coral reefs, kayak through a lush mangrove forest on the Deuba Coastal Sea Kayak trip…
Wherever possible Rivers Fiji works with locally owned/operated businesses to run their programs (eg. truck and boat shuttles, food purchases). They work hard to ensure that our business does not detract from services already in existence by duplicating services. They encourage the development of support businesses by contracting these services wherever possible.
In addition to the obvious benefits associated with employment opportunities with Rivers Fiji, they also pay a user fee to the native land owners to provide benefits directly to village life and in an effort to encourage their support of sustainable tourism products by protecting their pristine landscapes and waterways.
Rivers Fiji has worked closely with the University of the South Pacific to conduct an impact analysis of their tourism program on the local communities. They have used this information in the development of policies and best practises in the areas they operate trips. They hope that this information is used as a model for future developments inspired by local villagers in the region.