A small organisation making a big contribution to conservation in Fiji

Welcome to the MES Fiji website! We are an active environment society passionately committed to protecting the stunning marine and terrestrial environment of the Mamanuca Islands in Fiji. The society was formed in 2001 after concerns for the Mamanuca Island environment were raised by local resorts, tour operators and Coral Cay Conservation. Because of the foresight of our founding members, today we are a strong, proactive organisation  – proud guardians of our stunning natural environment.

Vinaka to our generous sponsors

As a non-profit organisation MES Fiji relies heavily on our sponsors.  Their generous support is vital. If you would like to become a valued sponsor or simply make a donation to our organisation please contact us today.

Dry Forest Awareness Program For Mamanuca Schools

The second round of the Climate change project school awareness program began on the 14th of June with Namamanuca School kick starting the program. A total of 160 students were in attendance and...

Ahura Resorts Celebrate World Environment Day & World Ocean Day

  World Environment Day and World Ocean Day was celebrated by Malolo Island Resort and Likuliku Lagoon Resort on the 26th and 27th of June respectively. The theme is “Connecting People to...

Survivor Entertainment Group Releases Turtles

Sea turtles are “ambassadors of the oceans”, for conserving these animals’ means protecting the seas and coastal areas, which in turn means protecting a complex, interconnected world on which human...

Vomo Island Resort Awareness Program

Coral planting awareness was carried out to the Vomo Kids Club attended and the Marine Activities attended on the afternoon on the 16th of June, 2017. The objective of the awareness is to empower...

Castaway Media Group Engagement

MES was privileged to host 2 media group at Castaway Island Resort and shared the conservation work taking place within the region. The 1st group being hosted was two journalists from Germany who is...

Refresher Course for MES Member Resorts

The ‘Refresher Course’ is another of MES ongoing projects, with the goal to educate resort staff on various environment topics. MES conducts refresher courses for all its interested member resorts...

MES reforestation initiative

  Tropical Dry forests support a great diversity of native and endemic species that are significant to the ecosystem. Fiji was known to be one of the largest dry forests in the South Pacific,...

MES Involved in exhibition for World Environment Day

World Environment Day is celebrated annually to elevate the critical importance of the natural environment. At the same time, raise awareness on issues such as waste management, losses of ecosystem...

The Dilemma to save Turtle Population in the Mamanucas

  Sea turtles have existed in our oceans for more than 100 million years, but today they find themselves struggling for their lives and their future. People all over the world have heard about...

Fiji’s Crested Iguana Perfect Habitat Prototype Established in Solevu Village

Tropical Dry Forests, also known as seasonally dry tropical forests exist in the leeward dry islands of Fiji and is considered Fiji’s most endangered habitat. The endemic Fijian crested iguana...

We make good things happen

If you love the environment we’d love to have you on board!

Our major work area is focused in the Mamanuca group of Islands and villages, 11 member resorts and 7 Mamanuca Primary Schools situated in the islands and in the mainland.  MES Volunteer Scheme is an equal opportunity programme which welcomes interested applicants in becoming a professional environment and marine expert.