• Diving in Fiji

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    Diving in Fiji

    Year round

    7 or 10 night trips, from

    2995

Fiji is known for its stunning soft corals but divers here can also expect to see a variety of sharks and rays, schools of fish and plenty of smaller creatures.

Drift dives, often with strong current, over steep walls and pinnacles should be expected. However we also spend time throughout the trip in sheltered lagoons and coral gardens and take the opportunity to hop ashore for a traditional kava ceremony. Experience diving in Fiji with your favourite liveaboard fleet.

Siren Fleet Liveaboard safaris in Fiji are offered in partnership with the Darling Family run Volivoli Beach Resort, situated just 2.5 hours from the Nadi Airport on Viti Levu. We offer you the chance to visit some of Fiji's most highly rated dive sites in one superb itinerary. With 20 years' experience of Fiji's dive sites and reefs we have the knowledge to bring you to the optimum places at the best time of year.

Soft Coral

Soft Coral

Fiji Siren

Fiji Siren

Macro

Macro

Resort pool

Resort pool

Reef Sharks

Reef Sharks

Turtles

Turtles

Volivoli

Volivoli

Poolside

Poolside

Beyond the Bligh - S/Y Fiji Siren


7 & 10 night trips

Departs & Returns: Volivoli Beach Resort

Trip highlights*:

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  • Bligh Waters
  • Namena Marine Reserve
  • Wakaya Island
  • Gau Island
  • Taveuni Island (10 night trip only; aka Somosomo Strait / Rainbow Reef)
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*Trip itinerary can be subject to changes in the event of adverse weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances

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Dive sites in Fiji

Here is a small selection of the most popular and well known dive sites that we like to visit in Fiji.

North Save a Tack, Namena Reserve

A diverse series of dive sites within the Namena region including reef structures and steep walls. Descending to 30m (100ft) will often mean seeing large pelagics. Schools of big eye jacks congregate here as do hundreds of unicorn fish and red tooth trigger fish. To the outh is a pinnacle known as “Kansas” named for the likeness to the wheat fields of the US State, due to an abundance of golden leather corals. A wide variety of reef fish, anthias and gobies can be seen along with octopus and garden eels

The Nigali Passage, Gau Island,

A deep channel and with an in-coming current attracts schools of pelagic fish. Barracuda and trevally jacks are a common sight at the channel mouth whilst grey reef sharks form schools at just 18m / 60ft. hang out in the channel for most of the dive and watch the action then end your dive in the shallow lagoon as the channel ends. Also of note are the huge groupers that cruise about.

E6 – in Bligh Waters

Starting at just 1m below the surface this large pinnacle drops to over 900m providing a wealth of hard and soft corals along with a cathedral like overhang adorned with gorgonian fans. Eagle rays and hammerheads are known to make an appearance; meanwhile amidst the colourful corals we spot numerous crustaceans and molluscs. We dive this site directly from the S/Y Fiji Siren.

Wakaya Wall, Wakaya Island

A wall dive with swim-throughs & overhangs covered with soft corals; another great spot to look out for manta rays and hammerhead sharks.

Grand Central Station, Namena Reserve

A delectable fish soup and another favourite of North Save-A-Tack in the Namena Reserve – with schools of barracuda, trevally, parrotfish, trigger fish. Colourful damsel fish hover over the corals in clusters whilst dog tooth tuna, Spanish mackerel, white tip and grey reef sharks patrol the reef edge.

Mellow Yellow, Bligh Waters

Named for the huge abundance of yellow soft corals, divers can expect to see grey reef sharks, schools of barracuda and plenty of turtles at this site in Bligh Waters. Whilst at night the lionfish, flatworms and shrimps are a delight

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