Safari diving at Fiji

Fiji Archipelago, located in the south-western part of the Pacific Ocean, is a part of a Large Barrier Reef. The archipelago, consisting of 332 volcanic and coral islands, is known as a world capital of soft corals. The currents’ strength depends on the diving spot: it can can be hardly noticeable near the coral plateaus and strong at Gau and Wakaya islands. There are dives of various difficulty at Fiji for both beginner and advanced divers. Diving safari at Fiji allows to perform fascinating dives near Koro Island, which dive sites offer drifts along the currents above the coral reef, a variety of grottos, caves and tunnels; near Makogai and Namenalala islands one can find shallow, but very bright dive sites; there are famous Rainbow and White Wall reefs near Taveuni Island. Check prices and book Fiji liveaboards.

Location: South-western part of the Pacific Ocean

What to see: During the diving it is possible to meet a variety of tropical fish, several shark species (whales, tiger sharks and hammerheads), sea turtles, barracudas, rays etc.

Depth: 5-50m/16-164ft

Currents: 1-3knots Visibility: 25-50m/80-165ft

Season for diving: The best time is from May to November. The temperature averages between 24-30C/75-86F.


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