Wakaya Island / Fiji

Clown fish
Dive sites of the Wakaya Island offer to descend near the coral walls. Most of the dive sites have interesting relief and attract divers by huge abundance of marine flora and fauna.
Gem Stone has a corral wall and grottos that are covered with soft and hard corals. It is well suitable for night dives. Golden Rock is a shallow coral reef that is inhabited by various marine dwellers. Sand Point is a dive site that offers descending near the wall between Wakaya and Makongi islands. Wakaya Pass is a reef that begins at 12m/39ft and runs down till 44m/144ft depth.

Location: South-western part of the Pacific Ocean, 18km/11mi from Ovalau Island

What to see: Sea turtles, barracudas, morays, mantas, eagle rays, hammerheads, whitetip and reef sharks, shrimps, nudibranchs.

Depth: 12-44m/39-144ft

Currents: 2knots

Visibility: 15-30m/49-98ft

Season for diving: All year round. Water temperature averages between 25-26C/82-85F.


Log in for instructors