Diving Kadavu Island
The Great Astrolabe Reef is still the jewel in the Kadavu diving crown and is a reef now well known among divers throughout the world. The reef is about 100 km long, making it the fourth largest barrier reef in the world. The reef boasts a variety of stunning hard coral outer reef slopes in wonderous colours, and steep soft coral drop-offs.
The dive sites here exhibit a tremendous variety with several passages, submerged pinnacles and manta ray cleaning stations adding to the reasons why Kadavu is a great spot for several days diving.
Mad Fish Dive Centre
Mad Fish Dive Sites
Amazing Manta Reef
Their Signature Dive Site – Manta Reef is a site where guests can dive and sometimes snorkel with Manta Rays all year round. The reef is a feeding station but occasionally mantas stop for a clean above the reef. We have a resident population as well as occasional pelagic manta visits. The site is a submerged reef outside of the Great Astrolabe Barrier Reef and is about a 40 minute boat ride from the Resort.
Mad Fish Dive Courses
A certificate and license is issued by PADI which is recognised worldwide.
On completion of the course, you will be a certified PADI Open Water scuba diver, which is a world wide recognised qualification and allows you to dive down to 18 metres.