Seven Sisters / Fiji

Sea slugs

This dive site has seven well-noticeable rising above the reef pinnacles – thin and tall towers, which tops and bases can be hardly identified. Moderate current, relatively low depth and good visibility make this place perfect for novices and experienced divers.

Location: South-western part of the Pacific Ocean, to the north of Beqa Island

What to see: One should be attentive enough to notice octopuses, hiding in the cracks, and plenty of planarians – bright flat worms that are making their way through a variety of corals and schools of tropical fish. Yellow, orange, with shades of pink and pearl corals and sea lilies are well hiding morays and reef sharks.

Depth: 12-26m/39-85ft

Currents: 1knot

Visibility: max 25m/82ft

Season for diving: All year round. The average water temperature is 25C/77F.


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