Fiji is an island state that is located in the south-western part of the Pacific Ocean. It consists of 332 volcanic and coral islands. Thanks to this fact, Fiji can be considered the world capital of soft corals that provide a huge variety of underwater life. This place is one of the best dive destinations in the world. The currents’ strength depends on the dive spot – it can be hardly felt in the Beqa Lagoon or strong near Gau and Wakaya islands. Dives of various difficulties are available at Fiji and they are suitable for both novices and experienced divers. Daily and safari diving are possible here. Check prices for all Fiji Liveaboard trips.

Location: south-western part of the Pacific Ocean

What to see: Divers can find here crinoids, actiniae, large schools of bright tropical fish, sea turtles, barracudas, rays, whales, hammerheads, reef sharks, catsharks, silky and whale sharks.

Depth: 5-50m/16-164ft

Currents: 1-3knots

Visibility: 25-50m/80-165ft

Season for diving: The best time for visiting the Fiji islands is the period from May to November, when water temperature varies between 24-30C/75-86F.

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