Fiji Times Thursday 07 September 2017 DOLPHIN Island, a tiny private island retreat located in remote northern Viti Levu, is set to be “reborn” through a spiritual “blessing” on September 21, marking the final stage of its restoration after Tropical Cyclone Winston affected the region in February last year.
Kerry Molloy, the general manager for The Huka Retreats, said the secluded haven was rebuilt by locals.
“Such is the spirit of the local community, many of whom come from nearby Rakiraki, that they immediately set about working to rebuild and replant the grounds of Dolphin Island after the cyclone, as many derive their livelihood through the area’s pristine Bligh Waters, famous for fishing and diving,” he said.
“In a testament to their sheer determination and goodwill during tough times, Dolphin Island has been fully rebuilt, and all original staff retained. Read more…