Guided by a philosophy based upon the triple bottom line, all of our decisions are considered within the context of:

  1. Their economic viability;

  2. Consideration of all the stakeholders within the community, including the homeowners, hotel guests and local villages;

  3. Their environmental impact

We have various examples already of how this filter is guiding our decisions.

We have various examples already of how this filter is guiding our decisions. As an example the structure of lot ownership (99 year leasehold) has been set up to preserve the underlying ownership of the land by the local tribes (Mataqali). In addition they will generate sustainable revenue streams by way of a share in the leases on the land and an ownership share in the resort management company.

We also intend to employ local people wherever the opportunity presents itself and to partner with them in the ongoing development of their public services like education and health.

Included within our stakeholder base of home owners are philanthropists who together have created immense impact

Included within our stakeholder base of home owners are philanthropists who together have created immense impact in various social and environmental projects throughout the world and we intend to leverage these experiences and expertise to leave Malolo Island and Fiji in a better state than when we arrived. If we can do this in this small corner of the world we hope it can serve as an inspiration and model for successful "eco tourism".