We found it! Now we share it!
The Kingdom of Tonga and The Republic of Fiji.
This website is the creation of people dedicated to revealing the pearls of the South Pacific; the Kingdom of Tonga and the Republic of Fiji. More specifically; the Vava’u Island Group of Tonga’s benevolent Kingdom and Vanua Levu Island of the democratic Republic of Fiji, both are represented here. Both countries are remarkable jobs ever so well done by nature and at what must have cost trillions by today’s monetary valuations—and nature did it even before money was invented.
Speaking of money; Tonga and Fij’s people have flourished for a couple thousand years and most of that time, without any money. Vava’u Tonga, in particular, is a place in the world where money comes second, even last maybe. When you show up with just a little you will be wealthy for rich you befall when you settle your bare feet in the powdered white sands that are so typical of these islands made in Heaven.
Fiji is more developed, larger and even has one really big city where in some of the downtown and major stores, you would think you are back in your homeland, save for the better prices on most all food, restaurant and direct imported goods. Fiji has many islands like Tonga but more wealth and where people live, a harmonious broader divide in living standards.
Tonga allows people without movie star finances to live like the Stars do and under the same stars, with the same seas and same sands. Why pay millions for what can be had for meager sums?
Fiji is just now offering native (iTauki) land on par with Tonga’s bargains for lease land. Fiji still is king of the freehold bonanza for those who don’t mind paying more for the benefits of freehold.
Either country, in this site you will find the epitome of what nature is capable of in South Pacific living which is beautiful and affordable. Freedom abounds in these lands where for centuries people lived beyond the reach of those obsessed with controlling mankind.
Vava’u was an international secret until the Bryce family discovered Vava’u in 1984 on a sailing adventure in the South Pacific. Since 2001 we have been officially sharing our findings with those who are searching, like us, for whiter sands and brighter living.
Fiji became home in 2008 when the draw of the mountains surpassed that of living on the beach. You can hardly have everything, but then, why not?