Dive Resorts Fiji
Fiji has many diving resorts spread across many islands. But some of the best dive resorts in Fiji are remote and it is either time consuming or very expensive to get to. Going on a liveaboard dive vessel makes it easy to visit the best dive sites.
Why is Central Fiji scuba diving outstanding
The Lomiviti Islands are the peaks of deep-sea volcanos rising from the bottom of the Koro Basin from a depth of 3000meter. (About the plates)
Those Deep Waters in Central Fiji create upwelling deep-sea currents, that feed a food chain from the smallest critters to the biggest creatures… Walls, caves, overhangs and colorful soft and hard coral gardens full of colored tropical reef fish. Reef passages and channels exposed to strong currents are teaming with large schooling fish such as barracuda, trevally, gray reef sharks, different rays, tuna, turtles and more pelagic fish. On calm days, pilot whales and dolphins are often spotted.
The Resorts in Central Fiji in the Lomaiviti Group are few only, most have a capacity for few guests only at a time, some of them are exclusive luxury resorts.
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The Wakaya Club & Spa is an exclusive private island resort unlike any other in the world. This serene retreat in Fiji offers gracious living, sophisticated, international cuisine and unparalleled leisure opportunities – some of the finest scuba diving and snorkeling in Fiji, in one of the most secluded and pristine corners of the South Pacific.
Namena Island Resort is surrounded by the Namena Marine Reserve, one of the South Pacific’s most diversified reef ecosystems. Fishing in the reserve is banned, marine live big or small, is healthy and it serves as a nursery that repopulates the region with fish and offers opportunities to see juveniles of every species.
Nuku Resort Gau Island offers fabulous diving, from walls lush with soft corals, feather stars and hard corals to profuse fish life including barracuda, turtles, giant trevally, manta rays, moray eels, tuna and sharks. The barrier reefs surrounding Gau are remote and vast and you dive in a marine environment that is all but unexplored and virtually untouched. IT’S for SALE
Dere Bay Resort Koro Island only 4 beachfront bures in secluded island setting located on the western side of “Lomaiviti Garden Island”. Amazing diving and snorkeling in a very small private group. Restaurant pool, a small bar and an overwater pier.
Naigani Island Resort located northeast of Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu. 18 bungalows in a beautiful tropical garden, with turquoise lagoons, palm-fringed white sand beaches, and a virgin tropical rainforest filled with rare species of flora and fauna. Diving on spectacular sites between Lomaiviti and Bligh Waters.
Still closed due to Cyclone Winston
Toberua Island Luxury Resort on 4 acres coral island bordering southern Lomaiviti. Easy to get to from Suva the resorts pamper yourself delicious cuisine, spa and gentle sounds of live Fijian music. Nearby reefs have an excellent variety of both hard and soft corals, the rare magic coral and many varieties of small and large fish, turtles and reef sharks.
Leleuvia Island is a small coral island located south of Ovalau in a sea area known as Moturiki Passage. A gem of an island, surrounded by clear waters, palm trees and 2 km of white beaches, a South Pacific Island Paradise.
Diving is mainly in Moturiki Channel and its barrier reefs.
Getting to the best dive resorts Fiji
The Resorts close to Viti Levu are serviced by daily boat transfers that bring guests and supplies. Those include Toberua, Leleuvia, and Naigani.
Islands further out can be accessed flying by Fiji’s Domestic airlines Fiji Airways or Northern Air Services those Islands include Koro and Gau.
To get to Namena and Nairai it requires flying to a neighbor island and taking a boat transfer.
Wakaya can only be reached by Flying Air Wakaya or hiring a seaplane or helicopter.
Private plane or Helicopter charters to the best dive resorts Fiji ‘s are available through Island Hoppers, Turtle Airways, Pacific Island Air.