We love Fiji waters as it has a mix of dive sites and marine life that would please both new and experienced divers, all year long. You will see colorful walls and pinnacles that start shallow. Beautiful soft coral, gorgonians and hard coral host some of the best macro life in the world. The pelagic life is rewarding too, with hammerheads, bull sharks and manta rays. Pilot whales are frequently spotted too. Give it some spectacular scenery, with islands that are both flat and vertical, and you have everything a diver could dream of!
The dive operator discovered in the South Pacific in 1997 the remarkable diving in the Phoenix Islands, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. They partner with scientists from the University of the South Pacific, World Wildlife Fund, Wilderness Conservation Society, Conservation International and more. The divers on board often take part in marine eco-tourism projects.
For new and experienced divers. Photographers will enjoy macro opportunities. Occasional currents attract pelagic life.
Equipment needed: dive computer and torch, and the usual diving equipment. A 5 to 7 mm full wetsuit for the coldest months is recommended. Equipment can be rented on board - ask us.
Insurance: Both dive insurance and travel insurance are mandatory. We recommend Dive Assure that has plans to cover both - ask us for a quote.
Hyperbaric Chamber: nearest chamber is in Australia.
Departure and Arrival is at Lautoka, the second largest city of Fiji.