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Namena Marine Reserve Dive Tag Photo Competition 2019

Once again, Namena Marine Reserve would like to invite you to participate in their annual Dive Tag Photo Competition! The winner of the competition will have unique privilege of having their photo featured on the 2019 Namena Marine Reserve Dive Tags.

The deadline to submit photos is 15th August 2018

The winner of the competition will have unique privilege of having their photo featured on the 2019 Namena Marine Reserve Dive Tags.

Individuals from around the world are invited to submit up to five underwater photos from the
Namena Marine Reserve in Fiji, containing a solitary animal or fish (see below for examples of past Dive Tags). Clear credit will be given to the photographer.

As you may know, people travel from around the globe, at great expense, to dive in the Namena Marine Reserve with exclusive dive operators. When they leave, they keep their dive tag as a treasured token from their time in Fiji. Not only is this competition a great opportunity to highlight your art to an international audience, your participation means a lot to the native people of Kubulau, who take great pride in Namena and have made a long-term investment in the protection of their resources. 

The dive tag program has been very successful over the past 14 years and continues to show people from around the world that Namena is a special site.

We acknowledge and appreciate your commitment to the Namena Marine Reserve and hope that you will participate by submitting your photo(s) for consideration. The deadline to submit photos is August 15, 2018. Please email up to five original photos along with a signed photography license agreement (see below) to Peni Were at

If your photo is chosen, we will contact you to request a high-resolution version to be submitted by September 15, 2018. The winner will receive a free dive tag featuring their winning photo. 

Thank you in advance for your interest and participation. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to seeing your spectacular photos.

Vinaka vakalevu,

Peni Were

Peni Were

Mobile: Vodafone: (679) 925-4564, Digicel: (679) 728-8855/7912257


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Diving, Language, Culture, Hiking, Sight Seeing, Surfing, Flora & Fauna, Ocean Sports, Night Life, Other
I've visited/lived in/or would like to learn about
Viti Levu, Vanua Levu, Taveuni, Mamanuca, Rakiraki, Kadavu, Yasawa, Other
Tell us a bit about yourself, your profession, reason for visiting, etc
I have been working in management of SME Tourism Products since 1993 in the Caribbean. My specialties are the operational and strategic planning and systems required to increase efficiency in tourism products.

Resort Support was established in 1998 to fill a need within the tourism industry for outsourced expertise in management consulting, marketing solutions and business development in the context of small medium tourism properties in the Fiji Islands.

We have been operating many different tourism products throughout Fiji & the South Pacific, from dive shops to cruise ships, from hotels to resorts and environmental management.

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Voluntourism contributes to the Great Fiji Shark Count in 2014

The involvement of three of Fiji’s largest voluntourism organisations has added a large amount of data and collectors to The Great Fiji Shark Count in 2014. They are a diverse group of youngsters in different parts of the country, and have been very helpful in sending in data and boosting our results.

As the total number of observations are important to the science (the…


Posted on September 6, 2014 at 5:39pm

Air Pacific takes business to a record high


Fiji’s national carrier, Air Pacific, has reported a return to profit for the first time in three years after making improvements to its network, with its highest revenue of AU$65.48 million.

Air Pacific also posted an end of financial year operating profit of more…


Posted on June 24, 2012 at 5:20pm

Fijian Community Group Receives Equator Prize

The "Sisi Initiative Site Group” from Tunuloa in Cakaudrove is recognized internationally for providing the local population with jobs, food security and incentives to conserve the surrounding ecosystems.
This is after winning a prize at the Equator awards held by the United Nations Development Programme in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
The Prime Minister, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama witnessed a member of the Tunuloa group receive the award in Rio De Janeiro…

Posted on June 21, 2012 at 4:02pm

Comment Wall (3 comments)

At 1:38pm on January 12, 2012, Robert F. Kay said…

Thanks for the great kite surfing vids...not to mention the other "stuff".

At 3:39pm on January 12, 2012, Stuart Gow said…


At 3:42pm on March 14, 2013, Alexander Feussner said…

Hello Stuart,

I just want to know if my female Pacific Boa of a length of 165cm is capable of mating??? And if she is capable of breeding could I mix my female with your male snakes if thats alright with you??

By the way, the two big male snakes that I had earlier had somehow escaped.

Hope to hear from you as soon as possible.


Kind Regards,

Alexander Feussner.

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