Destination Overview:
The Fiji Islands are made up of over 300 islands. Of these 300 islands, only about 100 are inhabited by humans….the rest are left as nature reserves. Still, the majority of the population lives in the rural areas and the outer islands. Fiji enjoys an ideal South Seas tropical climate. It is thus a perfect holiday destination. The climate is ideally suited for the outdoors, surf, and sand. Fiji is also a place for mystery and romance.

Diving Details:
Fiji’s 300 islands offer an unparalleled range of quality dive sites, and the sheer diversity of life on the Fijian reefs can be overwhelming. Fiji diving is available throughout many of the islands, although some areas are better than others. Taveuni, Kadavu, Vanua Levu, Viti Levu, and Loma Loma all offer fantastic diving with large pelagics, colorful soft corals, millions of fish, turtles, sharks, and giant clams.

Insider Information:
Allow yourself enough time in each area if you decide to visit different islands. Each island can be a trip in itself, and trying to pack too much in will be doing yourself a disservice. All islands have their own character. Ask our travel professionals and we’ll help you make an informed choice. Fiji’s people, lush gardens, and spectacular diving will have you planning a return visit as soon as you’re back home.

Dive Operators

Dive Sites



image Beqa Lagoon Resort
image Castaway Island
image Nanuku Resort
image Garden Island Resort
image Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort
image Koro Sun Resort
image Lalati Resort & Spa
image Matana Beach Resort
image Matangi Private Island Resort
image The Pearl Resort & Spa
image Moody's Namena Resort
image Paradise Taveuni
image Aroha Taveuni
image Sau Bay
image Taveuni Island Resort & Spa
image The Uprising Beach Resort
image Volivoli Beach Resort
image Waidroka Bay Resort
image Wananavu Beach Resort


Non-Diving Activities

  • Go snorkeling…many dive sites also set the stage for world class snorkeling
  • Explore the turquoise waters via kayak
  • Go white water rafting (Pacific Harbour)
  • Take a zip line canopy tour (Pacific Harbour)
  • Visit sacred Bouma Falls (Taveuni)
  • Golf Denarau Golf Club (Nadi) or The Pearl Championship Golf Course (Pacific Harbour)
  • Go sportfishing
  • Indulge in a luxurious spa treatment
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Frequently Asked Questions

The Republic of Fiji is an island nation in the South Pacific Ocean. It is located east of Vanuatu, west of Tonga, south of Tuvalu, southwest of Hawaii and northeast of Sydney.

Non stop flights from Los Angeles to Fiji take approximately 10 and a half hours. Nadi International Airport, located on the western coast of Viti Levu, is Fiji’s main international gateway. Nausori International Airport is located on the eastern coast, 30 minutes away from the capital city of Suva. Access to outer islands requires additional but short transfers by air or sea. Daily flight service to Taveuni Island takes 90 minutes from Nadi or 60 minutes from Suva. Domestic flights are a great way to view the majestic islands and coral reefs from an aerial perspective.

They use the Fijian Dollar (FJD). US$1.00 = F$1.49

English and Fijian are the 2 official languages. Hindustani is also spoken.

A passport valid for at least three months beyond the intended date of departure from Fiji, proof of sufficient funds and an onward/return ticket are required for entry. A visa is not required for tourist stays of up to four months.

The U.S. Embassy is located at 31 Loftus Street in Fiji’s capital city of Suva. The telephone number is (679) 331-4466; the fax number is (679) 330-2267.

For legal reasons, we cannot make official recommendations regarding shots or immunizations. Please consult with your physician or visit for more information.

They use 240 volts. It is advised that you carry your own converter or adaptor.

Please consult with your airlines regarding luggage requirements and restrictions.

Air Pacific and Air New Zealand fly non stop from Los Angeles. Other airlines that fly to Fiji are Korean Air, Qantas Airways, Air Niugini, Air Vanuatu and Air Fiji.

It depends on the hotel/resort that you choose to stay at. However, when it comes to your diving, the dive centers usually provide roundtrip hotel/dive center transfers. Please check with the dive shop that will be handling your tours.

Fiji is known as the “Soft Coral Capital of the World”. Dive the famous Rainbow Reef and Great White Wall, listed as one of the top 10 dive sites in the world. Enjoy lagoon diving, drift and current diving, shark feeding dives, underwater photography, large pelagics, reef sharks, manta rays and cleaning stations.

Departure is usually between 8:00 and 8:30am. If you do 2 dives in the morning, you will be back at the resort by 1:30pm. Some dive operators choose to head back to the resort after the first dive, have lunch and then depart again by 12:30pm.

While the water can get warm enough to go without one, we recommend divers wear a 3mm wetsuit for protection.

Diving in Fiji is located in several areas. Boat rides depend on where your dive resort is located and where you are going to dive. Boat rides can be anywhere from 15 minutes to over an hour long.

Rental equipment

E-tickets and vouchers are sent approximately 3 weeks prior to your departure.