At Lomani Island Resort, the community we live in and the environment we prosper under are of utmost importance to us. Our mission is to protect the Fijian way of life and preserve the natural beauty of this beautiful country. We have implemented a number of initiatives to do so and have many more in the pipeline, we are proud to share these with you.
Rise Beyond the Reef
We announced on 1 January 2019 that Lomani Island Resort was partnering with local charity Rise Beyond the Reef, who’s mission is to bridge the divide between remote communities, government and the private sector in the South Pacific, sustainably creating a better world for women and children.
All of Lomani’s return guests, guests who have booked directly with us and VIPs will receive a small gift from Rise Beyond the Reef during their stay, purchased by Lomani Island Resort as a contribution towards the local Fijian community!
Please donate to this wonderful charity by clicking:
TRAP NEUTER RELEASE (TNR) PROGRAM
Every 6 – 12 months, Lomani Island Resort works with local charity Animals Fiji (https://www.animalsfiji.org/) and our neighbours Plantation Island Resort and Musket Cove Island Resort, to conduct a Trap Neuter Release (TNR) program to de-sex the stray cat population on Malolo Lailai Island.
The TNR program allows us to de-sex all our resident cats and feed them every morning + night to keep them happy, healthy and they will help us keep rodents at the Resort in check.
Animals Fiji do fantastic work for animals in need. Please donate to this wonderful charity by clicking:
Lomani Bans Plastic Straws
On 10 October 2018, Lomani Island Resort banned all plastic straws at the property and would only offer an environmentally friendly paper straw alternative on a request basis. This initiative alone has prevented approximately
LOMANI BANS PLASTIC SHOPPING BAGS
On 1 April 2019, Lomani Island Resort banned all plastic shopping bags at the property. Lomani Island Resort provides each guest with a re-usable shopping bag to use during their holiday and each Lomani staff member receives a re-usable shopping bag to use while they are working on Malolo Lailai Island.