Fiji Dive Resorts
Beqa Island lies just south off Viti Levu within the most nutrient rich waters of Fiji. Beqa Lagoon has been created over time by corals, feeding off the rich nutrients being brought in by the south-easterly winds, which formed on the crater of an extinct volcano. Some of the greatest displays of colorful corals and sea fans lie within Beqa Lagoon. Beqa is also known for world class surfing!
|Beqa Lagoon Resort
Kadavu is Fiji's fourth largest island, located approximately 45 miles south of the capital city, Suva. Widely acknowledged as one of Fiji's most unspoiled islands, it has lush rainforests and exotic wildlife, including the famed Kadavu parrot. The island is off the beaten track from Fiji's mainstream tourist attractions and is an ideal location for taking a holiday offering spectacular scenery, a glimpse of everyday Fijian life and all manner of outdoor activities or a simple relaxing break.
|Matana Beach Resort
The Mamanuca Islands are a volcanic archipelago lying to the west of Nadi and to the south of the Yasawa Islands. The group, a popular tourist destination, consists of about 20 islands, but about seven of these are covered by the Pacific Ocean at high tide.
The islands offer crystal clear waters, palm fringed sandy beaches and live coral reefs. There are islands, villages, resorts to visit, snorkel and swim.
The coastal/marine ecosystem and recreation value of the archipelago contribute to its national significance as outlined in Fiji's Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan.
One of the islands, Monuriki, was made famous as the anonymous island that featured in the 2000 Robert Zemeckis film, Cast Away, starring Tom Hanks. Source: Wikipedia
|Castaway Island, Fiji
|Malolo Island Resort
|Tokoriki Island Resort
Taveuni is the third largest island in Fiji and lies about 90 miles/140 km Northeast of the main island, Viti Levu. It is commonly known as “The Garden Island” thick with vegetation and resplendent with tropical flowers, coconut plantations, varied species of birds, it’s rugged, wet, verdant and pristine.
|Aroha Taveuni Resort
|Garden Island Resort
|Qamea Beach Resort
|Taveuni Dive Resort
|Taveuni Island Resort
|Tides Reach Resort
Vanua Levu is the second largest island of the Fiji archipelago. The island is remote and rugged with an expansive coast surrounded by an extensive coral reef system. Vanua Levu is less developed than the bigger island of Viti Levu and offers guests an ideal opportunity to observe local culture & traditions. The Savusavu area is a small, lesser developed township, which is gaining popularity as a dive destination, with a truly magnificent bay and exclusive resorts.
|Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort
|Koro Sun Resort
|Namale Resort & Spa
Viti Levu and nearby
Viti Levu - Fiji’s largest and main island is of volcanic origin dotted with lush mountains and rivers cutting into the rugged terrain and forming deltas with rich alluvial soils. It is an island of culture and adventure, from the capital city of Suva through the Coral Coast and upward to Nadi and beyond. The many rivers make for some exciting white water rafting adventures and the southern coast has great surfing for beginners. The Mamanuca island group, off the west coast, offers world class surfing and excellent diving is found all around the island.
|Club Oceanus Resort
|The Pearl South Pacific Resort
|Uprising Beach Resort
|Waidroka Bay Resort
|Wananavu Beach Resort
|Barefoot Kuata Island
|Barefoot Manta Island