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Paradise Taveuni Resort

About 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 are more than refreshing. Enjoy our blog article on one hot Fijian tradition;  Experience the Fiji Firewalkers of Beqa Island.

Paradise Taveuni Resort Diving

Paradise Dive is the name of their onsite scuba diving center. They use two boats, the Taveuni Explorer can hold 26 divers, and the Lady Paradise can hold 12 divers. This is luxury diving and they do take care of their guest divers' gear. Furthermore, they also have a separate air conditioned camera room. Paradise Taveuni Resort is in the heart of the soft coral capital of the Pacific Ocean as described by Jacques Cousteau. There are three levels of diving out here and level one includes easy drift dives such as Paradise Reef, Dolphin Bay, Coral Gardens and more. Level 3 dives include: Great White Wall, Purple Wall, and the Zoo. For viewing purple, yellow, and red soft corals all in one setting, you have to dive Rainbow's End. Around the soft corals you will find a plethora of pelagic, including mantas and sharks.
So while at Paradise Taveuni Resort expect to do two dives in the morning, and one in the afternoon. Night dives can be enjoyed right at the house reef. Yes, They have the shore diving!

Attractions and Activities

More diving? So, a 3-tank all day trip can also include a picnic. You can also snorkel on the "house" Paradise Reef. Moreover, at Paradise Taveuni Resort there is kayaking available, whale watching, fishing, hiking, and swimming in the pool. Besides all this, they can arrange tours to local villages and schools, and a trip to Tavoro waterfalls, or Cannibal Cave. Furthermore, the black sand beach of Dolphin Bay is only a 10 minute walk away. They even do a tour over to where they grow their own fruits and vegetables and raise their own chicken and Pigs. Since the owner is a chef, you might have already expected to see the vegetables from garden to table. More importantly, the one thing you can't miss is the The Lavo Feast on Fijian Night, and the Vagona (Kava) Ceremony.

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