of 333 islands scattered over 42,000 square miles of ocean. In
the blue seas of the South Pacific you will find these extraordinary
and beautiful islands. They are a tropical wonderland
inhabited by a people who invented the true meaning of hospitality.
Beach lovers will be in heaven with the many miles of white sand
beaches. Surfers marvel at the endless swells. You can kayak through
the maze of unspoiled islands, hike through rainforests dotted
with breathtaking waterfalls, angle for yellowfin tuna, marlin
and wahoo....or you can spend your days doing nothing at all...
Fiji is well known to divers worldwide as one of the most dreamed
about vacations. It's reputation comes from what it has to offer.
The variety of soft coral is astounding. Fed by the rich nutrients
streaming up from the Tonga Trench and influenced by several major
rivers, the reef eco-system in
the Fiji Islands is noted for its complex nature.
In Fiji, however, you will see any number of hard and soft coral,
sea fans, dense schools of fairy basslets, schools of barracuda.
Other large creatures and pelagics that can be seen include also
turtle, dolphin, mantas, and a wide variety of sharks.
Fiji diving has something for everyone. Whether you visit as a
snorkeler or novice diver to enjoy Fiji's easy reef diving or
as an experienced diver enjoying Fiji's exotic wall dives and
big fish action. Fiji has it all! As the "Soft Coral Capital
of the World", Fiji's underwater landscape must be seen to
Vanua Levu, Namenalala, Taveuni, Qamea, Laucala, Kioa, Rabi and
a series of smaller islets and islands.
Pacific Harbour, Yanuca, Kadavu, Beqa & Vatulele Islands
The Coral Coast begins about 9 miles (15 kilometres) south of
Lomaiviti is the Fijian name for a group of islands east of Viti
Levu - Ovalau, Levuka, Moturiki, Makogai, Batiki, Narai, Gau and
a number of smaller islands and islets. Also includes the eastern
coast of Viti Levu which sweeps to its northernmost point is known
Nadi, The Mamanuca & Yasawa Islands
The Mamanuca islands are a mini archipelago about ten minutes
by air from Nadi or one hour by ferry. The Mamanuca islands sweep
in an arc to the north west and join the Yasawa chain.
Summer: 23 - 30°C 73 - 86°F
Winter: 20 - 26°C 68 - 79°F
Summer: 27 - 29°C 80 - 84°F
Winter: 25 - 27°C 77 - 80°F
Visibility 24 - 30+ m 80 - 100+ ft except during localized plankton