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Nanuku Recognises Sustainable Practices

first_imgThe resort has been nominated alongside Castaway Island Fiji, InterContinental Fiji Golf and Spa, Malamala Beach Club and Maqai Eco Surf Resort.Nanuku Auberge Resort honoured to be named as a finalist in the ANZ Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards Culinary Services category.The awards will held tomor­row at Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa.Resort general manager Sascha Hemmann said: “Sus­tainability is at the very heart of Nanuku’s ethos.“Everything from vanilla pods to dragon fruits, to fresh wild honey are harvested on Nanuku’s rich 550 acre soil.Treetop Dining“Our cuisine is freshly grown, sustainable, highly or­ganic and seasonal.“Every dining experience at Nanuku is unique, fresh and always exciting.“Plus there are always plans in the pipeline; Nanuku’s new brew and coffee collections will be released soon.“We love to push the bounda­ries at Nanuku, providing our valued guests with once-in-a-lifetime experiences.”He said the resort’s signature Treetop Dining, as an exam­ple, saw guests dine in com­plete privacy, suspended high above the ocean on a platform nestled in an 80-year-old Dilo tree.“Imagine soaking up the tranquil acoustics of the waves crashing below while watching the most beautiful sunsets in Fiji. It is heaven.“I would like to thank Na­nuku’s Executive Chef, Oliver Scarf and equally the entire Food and Beverage team for their unwavering passion and commitment to Nanuku’s ex­ceptional food and beverage standards, sustainable prac­tices and continual reinven­tion.”The resort has been nomi­nated alongside Castaway Island Fiji, InterContinental Fiji Golf and Spa, Malamala Beach Club and Maqai Eco Surf Resort. The post Nanuku Recognises Sustainable Practices appeared first on Discover the South Pacific.Source: Bloglast_img

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