Diving In Fiji

Fiji – One Of The Best Shark Feeding Dives In The World

Overview of diving in Fiji

Fiji is renowned for its shark diving, with the chance to see over ten shark species during a single dive. The waters are also blessed with fantastic corals which colonize here due to strong currents that bring nutrient rich water into the area. With more than 390 coral species, around 1200 fish species you’ll see something different on every dive. Liveaboards and shore diving are both popular, with Beqa Lagoon in particular a diving hotspot due to it’s shark encounters.

  • Top Dive Sites / Locations

  • Cathedral, Beqa Lagoon

  • Barefoot Manta Island (Southern Yasawa Islands)

  • The Great Astrolabe Reef, Kadav

  • Namena Marine Protected Reserve, Savusavu

  • Yasawa Islands

We visited Fiji for a week in 2017. Unfortunately we had terrible weather while we were there and only managed to get out for two days diving. Luckily we managed to do the shark feeding dive at Cathedral dive site on our last day which was an incredible experience and definitely worth the wait.

Read more about the dive sites we visited in the post below.

Diving In Beqa Lagoon

Beqa Lagoon hosts one of the best shark feeding experiences in the world. Tiger sharks, bull sharks, lemon sharks, nurse sharks and reef sharks can all be seen, along with a huge diversity of fish of fish. Beqa Lagoon also has many great pinnacle dives, with large fan corals a prevalent feature.

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