Located in the South Pacific, Fiji is made up of a group of approximately 330 tropical islands and is about 1100 miles away from northeast New Zealand. Capital city, Viti Levu Nadi is its gateway and Fiji is an incredible destination with cool and welcoming people. It also boasts a lively native culture, breathtaking islands and some of the most superb diving across the globe.
Fiji Diving Discoveries, these islands are most renowned for their vibrant soft corals that display unparalleled assortment of colors, remarkable topography, extraordinary variations of hard corals, clear waters and an extraordinary array of reef fish. Furthermore, some of the most impressive shark dives are in Fiji, specifically in the Beqa Lagoon province where Shark Reef Marine Reserve is found. Jacques Cousteau nicknamed it the “Soft Coral Capital of the World” and that title stuck, providing the country a lot of its fascination and diving identity