Fiji, Micronesia & Pacific
Scuba diving holidays to the Pacific with Sportif Dive, offers a liveaboard diving holiday exploring unspoilt coral gardens with an abundance of marine life around the best sites of the Fiji islands. A collection of around 300 islands spread over 280,000 square miles of ocean north of New Zealand. Known as “the soft coral capital of the world”, these islands, rich in culture and traditions are only matched by the region’s underwater splendour. Sheer walls are draped with huge soft corals bursting with dazzling colours. Unspoilt coral gardens thrive with abundant marine life – lionfish, Blue-ribbon Eals, Leaffish, Barraccuda, Sharks, Cuttlefish and countless invertebrates.
We recommend diving the best sites in Fiji aboard a liveaboard, where you can explore the reefs, bommies and walls of Nigali Pass, Wakaya, Koro and Namenalala Islands. Known as the soft coral capital, the brilliant colors on display will dazzle even the most experienced divers and photographers. Enjoy drift dives with eagle rays, mantas, turtles, sharks and giant groupers are also on the itinerary. Explore the reefs, bommies and walls of Nigali Pass, Wakaya, Koro and Namenalala Islands with clownfish, pygmy seahorses, ornate ghost pipefish, and a multitude of nudibranchs bring smiles to every dive!
Culture & Activities
With direct flights from several major cities worldwide, it is an easy destination to add to your dive log. Stop over on the way with a land stay and experience some of Fiji’s local culture. Visit to a Fijian village on one of the remote islands is arranged including a Kava ceremony and warrior dance. All guests are required to wear a traditional sulu (sarong or wrap) so either bring your own or the boat will gladly provide one for you.
Best Time: November - April.
Average Air temps: 22-26°C
Average Water temps: Nov-April (Fijian summer) 27-29°C, May-Oct (Fijian winter) 25-30°C.
Top Dive Sites: Dpart Suva to explore the reefs, bommies and walls of Nigali Pass, Wakaya, Koro and Namenalala Islands. More >
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Great Reasons to Dive in Fiji