Beqa Lagoon Resort
The Beqa Lagoon Resort has 25 deluxe air conditioned villas or bures. This Fijian scuba diving resort is located on 6 acres of lush gardens. Most importantly, you can choose from Beach front, Ocean view, Two bedroom suits, and Koi Pond and Garden Bures. Enjoy our blog article on Where's The World's Greatest Shark dive?
Beqa Lagoon Resort Diving
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Garden Island Resort
Garden Island Resort Fiji is located on the Island of Taveuni. This scuba diving resort has 30 accommodations. So, they have 15 Ocean Front Suites with a private patio, and 15 Ocean View Rooms with private balconies. Outside on the patios they have tables and chairs. Moreover, each room has a minibar, air conditioning, and TV. The upstairs rooms also have ceiling fans. Enjoy our blog article on Ex...More Resort Details
Matangi Private Island Resort
Matangi Private Island Resort is located on a 240 acre private island next to Qamea Island and close to Taveuni. For scuba diving guests, there are nine elegantly styled air conditioned bungalows and three tree houses made from local hardwoods, bamboo, lava rocks, and coconut thatch. The tree houses are listed in the 10 top tree houses of the world.
Matangi Private Island Resort Diving.
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Paradise Taveuni Resort
Scuba Diving in Fiji? Paradise Taveuni Resort is located in the middle of landscaped gardens. They have a total of 16 recently remodeled accommodations: 6 luxury oceanfront Vales and 10 luxury ocean view Bures. So, both the Bures and Vales have thatched roofs, coconut and rain tree wood interiors, and are air conditioned. The private bathrooms have adjacent outdoor lava rock gardens where showers ...More Resort Details
Qamea Resort is on the island of Qamea in Fiji. This boutique scuba diving resort has 15 luxury bures (villas) with air conditioning. The resort can accommodate up to 30 guests, and it is set on 100 acres of lush gardens and next to white sand beaches. Out of some 330 islands that make up Fiji, Qamea is the 12th largest island. Enjoy our blog article on Experience the Fiji Fire walkers of Beqa I...More Resort Details
Sau Bay Fiji Retreat
Sau Bay Fiji Retreat is a scuba diving resort located across from Taveuni Island and on the remote coastline of Vanua Levi Island. This boutique resort has 4 beach style cottages or bures. So, 3 structures are Ocean Front Cottages with large private decks and a king size bed or twin beds. The 1 Ocean Front Twin Bedroom Suite at Sau Bay has a master bedroom and a 2nd bedroom or private lounge are...More Resort Details
Volivoli Beach Resort
Volivoli Beach Resort is a secluded scuba diving resort with 32 ocean view rooms on the island of Viti Levu in Fiji. The resort sits on a prominent point so you literally can look out at the ocean, turn around, and still look out at the ocean without missing a heartbeat. For more insight on Volivoli Beach Resort, you may enjoy our blog article on Experience the Firewalkers of Beqa Island.
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Waidroka Bay Resort
Waidroka Bay Resort is located on the coral coast and is approximately less than 2 hours drive from Nadi, Fiji. The scuba diving resort has 12 accommodations that range from Panoramic Ocean View Rooms to Superior Deluxe Ocean Front Bures. Each room comes with a mini-fridge, front terrace, and hammock chair. Enjoy our blog article on Where's the World's Greatest Shark Dive?.
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Matava is a scuba diving resort on the south eastern island of Kadavu in Fiji. This boutique resort has 10 accommodations. They have both Oceanview and Honeymoon bures with lagoon or ocean views. Ocean view rooms either have 1 queen bed or 2 single beds. Honeymoon bures have a king bed. All Matava bures have a private bathroom with Eco solar powered lighting and hot water. Ceiling fans are ava...More Resort Details
Climate: Fiji enjoys year round dive weather with air temperatures averaging 23 – 26°C / 74 – 79°F
Water Temperature: 25 – 28°C / 77 – 83°F
Time: UTC +12:00
Language: English is the official language, but the Fijian language and dialects are preserved and widely spoken
Currency: The Fijian dollar is the basic unit of currency. Major credit cards are welcomed by most
Electricity: 240 Volt. Same three-prong plug used in Australia, U.S. appliances may need an adapter
Airport(s): Nadi International Airport (NAN)
Hyperbaric Chambers: Colonial War Memorial Hospital Suva
Crowned the soft coral capital of the world by Jean-Michel Cousteau, Fiji delivers. The Cakaulevu, or Great Sea Reef, Lomaiviti Triangle with the occasional siting of a humpback whale, Namenalala’s turtle nests and the blue coral of Rotuma all make this destination worthy of its title. The largest reef fish in the world also resides here; the humpheaded wrasse can grow longer than the average Fijian is tall. With over 300 islands and 540 islets scattered over one million square miles in the South Pacific, there is a veritable smorgasboard of dives to choose from. Strong currents provide world renowned drift dives so you can sit back and enjoy the show of mantas, blue ribbon eel, lionfish and much more. The Republic of Fiji lies in the Pacific, between North America and Australia, southwest of Hawaii and northeast of Sydney.
110,000 Reasons to Go Liveaboard
110,000 Reasons To Go Liveaboard
There are more than 110,000 islands in the world and many pinnacles that rest just below the surface and each and every one of them may be filled with multitudes of critters and creatures that seldom come in contact with humans. Sure, some of these islands may be inhabited, but most require transportation via some sort of marine vessel to get there a...Read Blog
Experience the Fiji Firewalkers of Beqa Island
Lately we've been a little Bucket-List crazed. We're itching to find and experience the greatest dives, destinations and attractions the world has to offer.
What did we find?
One of the world's most beautiful and mysterious wonders: the Fijian Islands and the magic of the Firewalkers.
The Legend of the Firewalkers of Beqa Island
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