Fiji Diving - Scuba and Snorkeling
Fiji is known as "The Soft Coral Capital of the World" and is home to the "Great Astrolabe Reef". When the current flows the corals bloom into fabulous displays of colorful splendor and you can find around 1000 species of fish and hundreds of sponges and corals spread out over 4000 square kilometers of reef. Currents are the lifeblood of Fiji's reefs, kick-starting the food chain by sweeping nutrients to both corals and fish alike. There are several places which are perfect for beginners and others that will even amaze the most experienced diver. Most of the diving is conducted from boats and the shorelines are great for adults and children alike to go snorkeling and swimming.
The winter months of April to October represent the main season for scuba diving in Fiji, although the visibility peaks between the months of July and December. Run-off from the rivers can reduce the otherwise excellent visibility, particularly on dive sites off the coast of Viti Levu. Book and explore the underwater wonders now!
Throughout the 12 Yasawa Islands you will find a wide range of diving spots. You can often snorkel or dive right off the beach, however if you are looking for some real action like sharks and manta rays you will have to take a boat to the reefs a bit further out to go for a snorkel or dive. Check out everything that diving in the Yasawa Islands has to offer by clicking below.
Within Beqa you will find one of the world’s largest barrier reefs where divers will find the true beauty of diving within Fiji. There are several dive sites throughout Beqa with stunning colorful reefs and if you are lucky you could even see 8 different species of sharks. Click the link below to learn more about diving in Beqa.
Taveuni has a rainbow colored reef which has a constant water temperature all year round. You will find the great white wall here which is covered in soft corals which attracts a vast array of marine life all year long. Taveuni is a perfect spot to get your PADI or to advance to a next level. Find out more about diving in Taveuni by clicking below.
Being the second largest island in Fiji there are many diving sports to find around Vanua Levu. With the Namena Marine Reserve covering 70km you will be sure to find soft corals, caves, walls and great marine life. Click the button below to find out more about diving in Vanua Levu.
Within Kadavu you will find the Great Astrolabe Reef which is well known amongst divers across the world. With stunning passages, soft corals and stunning marine life Kadavu will not leave you unsatisfied. To find out more about diving in Kadavu, you can click the button below.