We invite you to experience many of the traditions of the South Pacific Islands. In particular, we bring you Kava. Kava drinking is one thing that unites all of the South Pacific. It has been consumed for thousands of years and is a key component in the South Pacific culture and can be seen in nearly every facet of their lives. Drinking the ground root of Kava makes you feel very relaxed and at ease and is an alternative to alcohol creating calm tranquile environments. Traditionally the roots of the plant is ground up into a fine powder and processed with water or coconut juice It is a tradition to drink Kava with others, even though it is not required. In Fiji, natives will drink communially by raising their coconut shells of Kava and yell "BULA!" Bula is a term that represents community and means "To Long Life and Good Health."