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Fiji Diving

Fiji is considered one of the best dive spots in the world. Due to its isolation and lack of exposure to most of the human activities that cause reef destruction, every inch of the ocean floor is alive. Fiji's massive banks of soft corals are like underwater flower gardens waving gently with the currents. The variety of sea life you encounter on dives in the islands is truly awe-inspiring. Learn more on the Activities: Diving page.

Fiji Guide's partner dive specialist and full service travel agency is Sea Fiji Travel. We invite you to engage founder Scott Kukral, a scuba instructor and former dive rescue team command officer, in conversations about Fiji's world class dive locations.

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What are your favorite snorkle / dive spots? 3 Replies

My favorites were Natewa Bay and the area straight out from Taveuni Island Resort.

Tags: ocean, snorkeling, diving

Started by Mika Leuck. Last reply by Amanda Atkinson Nov 8, 2009.

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Comment by Scott Putnam on April 7, 2010 at 12:10pm
Where in Fiji are you being assigned? I ran across a Peace Corps volunteer in Lavena, Taveuni last June. He was helping the village develop/improve their backpacker resort. Best of luck to you on this great adventure!
Comment by Robert F. Kay on April 10, 2010 at 11:49am
Dennis please keep us posted on your whereabouts. You can be our correspondent if you so desire. Would be interesting for members to hear about your experiences.
Comment by Robert F. Kay on April 10, 2010 at 10:57pm
Perfectly understood. Would be interesting to hear your learning about the culture if there's time and you have the desire/energy to write (as opposed to just diving). I'm certain you're not going to be doing a lot of diving early on. I know they put you through kind of a bootcamp to learn language, customs, etc. I remember that from living in Fiji back in the 80s. Anything you could share with us would be appreciated. Vinaka
Comment by Matava Fiji on April 15, 2010 at 1:50pm
Comment by Dr. Dianne Strong on August 6, 2011 at 1:27pm
I dove off Nacula (Yasawas), near Rakiraki and Beqa Lagoon shark dives in July. I am returning to AquaTrek on August 20 for a week. I have been diving 42 years, used to instruct and am qualified in technical (trimix). Fiji with its famous soft corals had always been on my list. With the cessation of the Continental Guam-Nadi direct flight on Sept. 25th, I just had to go back for more diving!
Comment by Robert F. Kay on August 6, 2011 at 1:54pm

Yeah, it's too bad about CO pulling out.  Worked well for people from Guam I'm sure.  


Aqua Trek is a very good organization.  I worked for them years ago.  Glad to hear you've had good experiences with them.  Be sure and check out our diving videos by Scott Putnam.  I think he'd be interested in hearing about your experiences.  I don't think he's familiar with the Rakiraki area nor Nacula.

Comment by Dr. Dianne Strong on August 6, 2011 at 1:58pm
Thanks for that. How do I post a photo? If i get time I will do a small Empress of Ireland album on my Facebook page.
Comment by Robert F. Kay on August 6, 2011 at 2:29pm
You can post a photos by going here: Go to the Add icon and follow the directions.  It's pretty easy...vinaka!
Comment by Daniel Leuck on August 6, 2011 at 2:31pm
Bula Dianne. You can post photos by going to the Photos tab and clicking "+Add" in the upper right corner.
Comment by Dr. Dianne Strong on August 6, 2011 at 5:50pm
Thanks, Daniel. I was able to upload 6, but 2 don't go through regardless of size. The e-mail address was also incorrect. Tips?


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