Thirty miles off the Eastern coast of Fijian mainland, lies our home — the island of Batiki.
Batiki is nestled in the centre of the Lomaiviti Archipelago in the Koro Sea. A three-hour boat ride from Fiji’s largest island, Viti Levu, Batiki is surrounded by such tropical neighbours as Ovalau, Wakaya, Gau, Koro, and Nairai.
Batiki itself is comprised of four villages: Mua, Yavu, Manuku, and Naigani. These four villages are home to the 300 islanders who make up Bula Batiki and Bula Batiki coconut oil.