High School Program

The Engage Fiji program is designed to take students to the nation that is leading the Pacific with ambitious social environmental initiatives to support the Sustainable Development Goals. Students will meet with change makers in the region that are taking action to protect our precious planet and make it a better place for all.

Hands-on experience

Students participating in Engage Fiji will have the opportunities to meet change makers, discuss complex and challenging issues, volunteer on meaningful projects and observe untouched habitats, all while learning from community members.

Unpacking sustainable development

As the largest of the South Pacific Small Island States, Fiji has taken on the regional responsibility to spearhead initiatives combating climate change, sea-level rise, forced migration, and increasing food insecurities. Students will explore some of the inspiring work that is being done in the region with visits to our NGO partners.

Popular themes in Fiji

Fully customizable authentic experiences

At Insight, our program itineraries are as unique as your students. All our program itineraries are customized with teacher chaperones to ensure that it meets the needs of your students.

With the support of a variety of local vendors and NGO’s, we promise that your students will get an authentic, local experience.

Program costs

We make it simple. No hidden fees or itinerary exclusions.

12-15 Students 

$4150 USD*

16-20 Students 

$4000 USD*

21-24 Students 

$3850 USD*

* Prices are estimated per student for an 11-day program.

Our prices include:

Program highlights

Students will learn about the inspiring grass-roots projects that support local communities.

With over 75+ partnerships with community-based organizations across our countries of operation, your students will get to see multiple examples of grassroots initiatives. Students in Fiji will participate in mangrove rehabilitation which reduces our carbon footprint and protects shorelines.

Explore the extraordinary ecosystems and learn about traditional ways of life in rural regions.

We aim to foster critical thinking because we believe that before you can change the world, you need to understand its complexities. Our local facilitators will challenge students to think differently when looking at global issues and local problems.

Take your students to some of the most unique and beautiful ecosystems in the world. Experience Fijian hospitality in sustainable lodges on the coast and enjoy the beauty of Fiji’s calming beaches.

How it works

Want to take your students outside the classroom? Review our program locations and suggested themes.

Connect with one of our High School Educators who will help custom design your program.

With our assistance, submit required paperwork and details to your Administration and School Board.

Announce the trip to your students! (We’ll provide all the materials you need).

Invite us to your school to host a Student & Parent Info Night! We will be there to answer questions and support student sign-up!

Sample Itinerary

  • Arrive at Nadi International Airport
  • Tour of Nadi Town including visits to important trading hubs and a local Hindu temple
  • Hike through the forests and experience traditional cooking at Aviva Farms
  • Explore remote Indigenous communities in the highlands stopping in communities in RakiRaki province
  • Stay in a traditional ‘bure’, hike with local guides, and learn about traditional ways of life
  • Tour the capital of Fiji, Suva with time to explore Thurston Gardens, the National Museum, central markets and more
  • Visit the Embassy of Tuvalu and learn how Fiji is working with climate refugees from smaller South Pacific Islands
  • Head over to the University of the South Pacific and engage with experts in sustainability
  • Take in a rugby game at the national stadium
  • Experience Fijian hospitality in sustainable lodges on the coast and enjoy the beauty of Fiji’s calming beaches
  • Volunteer and work hands-on in coastline restoration efforts at Nature Fiji’s palm planting projects

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