Group 1 will be leaving LAX Jan. 13th in order to arrive in Taveuni on Jan. 15th. Returning to LAX Jan. 29th
Group 2 will be leaving LAX Jan. 27th in order to arrive in Taveuni on Jan. 29th. Returning to LAX Feb. 12th
Fiji’s coral reefs are justifiably renowned worldwide and are among the more diverse and intact in the Pacific Ocean. A multitude of species make their home in the rich and diverse waters surrounding the Fiji Islands, including giant clams, sharks, groupers, tuna, barracuda, and colorful soft and hard corals. Fiji has more than 10,000 km2 of pristine coral reefs. Most of these reefs are fringing reefs that border nearby shores, while there are some flat-topped platform and barrier reefs. These reefs have spectacular biodiversity, with 467 species of mollusks, 298 species of hard coral, and around 1,200 species of reef fish. Fiji’s conservation traditions, coupled with the fact that oceanfront villages have traditional rights to both coastal waters and adjacent land, have paved the way for integrated conservation efforts addressing both land- and sea-based environmental threats. While these conservation projects are in their infancy, promising progress is being made. The diving in Fiji is amazing.
For 14 years, Taveuni Dive has been the preferred choice for diving on the island of Taveuni. We listened to what our guests wanted in a dive resort, and built it. The first sustainable resort on Taveuni, Taveuni Dive Resort provides guest accommodations, dining, scuba diving, and tourism activities to chartered dive groups, small groups of scuba divers, and other tourists attracted to the locale. The resort operates a restaurant (bar & grill), as well as a small retail market for residents of Taveuni Estates and tourists alike.
Deadline to register: Sept 30th, 2023
The date is approaching fast and we’re making preparations!
The big day may have come and gone, but call to see if we can squeeze you in.
$6,100 per diver
Deduct $1815 for non-divers