Fiji is a country in the South Pacific and consists of a series of more than 332 small islands. About 890,000 inhabitants live on a total area of about 18,333 km2. The largest international airport is located at the capital Suva, another is on the main island of Viti Levu near Nadi. The official languages are Fiji, Fiji Hindi and English. Fiji is in the time zone UTC +12 hours.
DIVING AT DESTINATION
DIVING QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
The Fiji Islands are suitable for divers all year round regardless of their level of experience. Visibility ranges of up to 50 m can be achieved in the period from July to December. Azure lagoons lure you into the underwater world of the Fiji Islands, which offers a diverse and diverse marine flora and fauna. In addition to marveling mantas, sharks and colorful fish swarms, divers can admire various hard and soft corals. In any case, travelers should be able to demonstrate a certified health and fitness test.
The Fiji Islands offer divers a special experience, regardless of their experience.
POPULAR DIVE REGIONS
Beqa lagoon is located in the south of the main island of Viti Levu. The island is surrounded by an exciting underwater world. Divers see mainly turquoise blue lagoons, colorful corals, various rock formations and a variety of marine life such as sharks and ghost morays. The Beqa Lagoon is especially suitable for diving beginners.
The island of Kadavu lies in the south and attracts divers with the Great Astrolabe Reef, which is covered with colorful hard and soft corals. In addition, you can explore fascinating outer reefs and small caves and meet mantas, white tip sharks, soldier fish and snappers.
The Fiji Islands are characterized by a tropical-maritime climate and are a destination that can be visited all year round due to the average temperatures of 23 ° C to 27 ° C.
BEST TRAVEL TIME
The Fiji Islands can be dived at any time of the year. The best travel time is April to October of each year.