Fijis' warm, clear waters and abundance of reef life make the islands a magnet for divers and snorkelers. Visibility regularly exceeds 30m. In terms of visibility the drier months of April to November are more reliable, but in different seasons the diver will experience different things and diving is quite good year round. Many travelers take the opportunity to learn scuba diving while in Fiji.
Our special location close to world famous Beqa lagoon and the amazing variety of local reefs offer an exceptional diving experience. Coral Coast diving offers unexplored diving as well as many dive sites of world renown such as sites in and around Beqa Lagoon. However, there is no such thing as the ‘best’ diving site, especially in Fiji. Every dive site has something special or unique to see and dives range from safe and easy to wall dives in fast currents.
The main advantage of diving on the Coral Coast is the proximity of sites to the coast. The inside reefs can be reached by small boat, currents are usually moderate, and you will see good coral and reef fish. To see bigger pelagic fish and spectacular coral, we will take you to dive the outer reefs and passages. The reef surrounding Beqa is considered one of the world’s top diving locations. Beqa Lagoon, a 64-km barrier reef is famous for its dive sites which include Frigates Pass, a 48m wall dive with large pelagic fish including reef sharks; and Caesar’s Rocks with amazing coral heads and swim throughs.
Scuba Diving, Conservation
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