We are dedicated to sustainability.
Replanting the ocean bed, one coral at a time.
When Seventh Heaven Fiji was created, we always intended to use it to improve our beautiful environment.
Now, we are completely operational and located in the vicinity of Nuku Reef in the beautiful Mamanuku Island Group,
with sustainability at the forefront of our operations.
But our biggest commitment to our environment takes the form of
Over many years, the coral has been reducing in both quantity and size. Coral bleaching, climate change and skippers anchoring in the wrong place are causing the most destruction in our coral gardens. Seventh Heaven is committed to doing our part in improving our surrounding waters.
Our aim is quite simple: To make a positive ecological difference!
Aquaculture Development for the Environment
Seventh Heaven is proud to announce our affiliation with Fiji’s largest coral planting organisation, ADE (Aquaculture Development for the Environment).
ADE was selected as our partner due to the organisation’s extensive track record in coral planting and maintenance. ADE is a non-profit organisation endorsed by the Ministry of Fisheries in Fiji.
What are our joint initiatives?
ADE’s goal is to plant over one million new corals over the next few years in the Fijian waters, and Seventh Heaven’s active participation will help to achieve this goal.
On the 18th of August 2022, Seventh Heaven and ADE commenced the planting of 14,000 corals around the western side of Nuku Reef near our Seventh Heaven location to improve the coral diversity and quality in the area. Read our blog post about planting here!
We have a Big Goal, and we will achieve it!
Together with ADE, Seventh Heaven will plant over 14,000 new corals within the next 12 months. We will post updates regularly with images to show how the coral gardens are growing, improving and eventually flourishing.
Want to help?
Get hands-on with our coral planting!
We would love your involvement! Next time you visit Seventh Heaven, join our guided Coral Planting Tour. You can even plant some coral yourself and leave a positive souvenir behind in Fiji.
Get In Touch Today
For more information, visit the ADE website by clicking the link below.