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We will be returning for the 18th year to  the Yasawa chain of islands, located on the western side of Viti Levu.

This mission consists of a full dental operatory of prosthodontics, general and oral surgery. Portable Aseptico dental units are used to create a field operatory at the resort, complete with autoclaving capability. All of the supplies are provided by the foundation.

Additionally, a team of general medical specialists and optometrists will travel daily to set up clinics on other rural islands for the purpose of providing general medical care as well as screening patients as surgical candidates at the Taveuni Hospital in the spring.  8 days of dental and medical clinics and Sundays are off to snorkel, dive and explore the islands.

Cost: 3600USD

  • Round trip economy class air from Los Angeles to Nadi, Fiji, inclusive of all taxes and surcharges

  • Round trip Awesome Adventures Ferry, Denarau to Navutu

  • All applicable temporary medical and dental licenses

  • Transport while in Fiji

  • Triple occupancy accommodation and three meals daily

  • All transport, taxes and surcharges

Not Included:  diving, snorkeling and excursions on your day off.​

Initial, non-refundable payment of $1800.00 is due by February 1, 2022. Final payment of $1800.00 is due by March 1, 2022. To make payment by cc, call Linda Kwasny at 858-414-9891 with cc details. Or, a check, payable to Loloma Foundation can be mailed to PO Box 2764, Del Mar, California 92014. 

Travel insurance is mandatory and you must have medical coverage for Covid. Check Fiji Covid Travel Protocols for details.

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We are looking forward to our 21st year serving the basic medical, surgical and dental needs of rural Fijians.  Come join us! 

For those of you who haven’t been on our trips, please visit our web page at to learn more about our last trip.  We work hard, always allowing time to take in the physical beauty and culture of this amazing country.

NOTE:  quarantine protocols could change, depending upon the Ministry of Health regulations.  If the quarantine is lifted, there would be more surgical days allocated to the surgical missions.  The Outreach missions would be reconfigured to accommodate any new protocols as well. ​


Linda Kwasny

Project coordinator for the Loloma Foundation


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