Swim with the Sharks!
The white sandy beaches of Kuata and Waya Lailai Islands and its reef is a spectacular site with an abundance of colourful fish and beautiful corals. This outer reef is also home to some friendly reef sharks. Jump in and snorkel with them. It gets the adrenalin pumping. Words cannot do justice to The Awakening Shark Dive experience as one is left speechless with the moments of high adrenalin wonderment.
Learn about the culture of Fiji
Surrounded by stunning rolling hills, Navala Village offers a cultural welcome to guests, including a kava ceremony, an authentic Fijian lunch and a chance to meet the locals. At Abaca Village, enjoy a kava ceremony, hear about the village’s history and watch a war dance, before heading out for a walk to a stunning waterfall for a swim, a spot of bird watching and rafting on a traditional raft.
Reef Diving in The Great Astrolabe Reef with the Mantas
Famous for Manta Ray snorkelling the Astrolabe Reef runs along Kadavu’s southern shore then arcs north-east passed Ono Island up to Buliya Island and is a must-see natural wonder for those looking for a relaxed and enjoyable diving experience. Because of being remotely located with clear water, large schools of fish, and natural formations that are essentially undisturbed it is much sought after by those looking for an unique experience.
River Rafting through the Upper Navua Gorge
Rafting through the Upper Navua Gorge on Viti Levu island in Fiji is one of the planet’s most incredible experiences. Imagine a miniature Grand Canyon landscape, stacked over eons with black lava rock, then overgrown by luscious cascades of giant fern, vines and fragrant jungle foliage and a roaring canyon full with dramatic detours and intimate ecological sights. On this ultimate Fiji whitewater rafting trip, heaven lies just beneath your bow.
Enjoy surfing at Cloudbreak at Tavarua Island
The surf in Fiji is absolutely flawless with pristine clear water, warm weather and some of the best breaks on Earth. Cloubreak Surf also known as the Fiji’s dream wave is a world-class wave that breaks in Tavarua, a 29-acre heart-shaped island located five miles off the western shore of Viti Levu, Fiji’s main island. It is considered by many as one of the best three waves. Cloudbreak has often left even the best of the surfers at a loss. It is not one for the faint of heart…
Spend a day at Malamala Beach Club
Just 25 minutes from Port Denarau, surrounded by Fiji’s famous crystal-clear waters, Malamala Beach Club is the world’s first beach club located on its very own island. You can enjoy the beach club with a day pass and experience white sand beaches, lovely cabanas, a resort-style infinity-edge pool, and views across the Mamanuca Islands. Enjoy an array of hand-crafted cocktails as you relax in the club-like atmosphere with upbeat tunes mixed all day long.
Discover Pearls in Savusavu
Learn all about pearls, as you take a tour on the J. Hunter glass bottom boat. Cruise into Nakama Creek, where you may notice lines of buoys and ropes along with several floating barges nestled in the harbour. While from the surface, it doesn’t look like much, but below the surface thousands of stunning pearls are growing happily in their oyster shells, dangling by the endless ropes into the nutrient rich waters with oysters growing off them.
Explore the Fijian Underwater World
Fiji is known world over as the “Soft Coral Capital”. Scuba divers from all over the world flock towards Fiji, where the stunning green islands meet warm coastal seas with vibrant coral reef cities filled with fish and coral. Fiji’s maze of brilliant coral reefs are celebrated for their diversity of habitat and marine life. Even dive greats like Jean Michel Cousteau call it a Paradise. With an abundance of dive sites, you will find that diving here is worth the plane ticket.
Experience The Thrill Of Terminal Velocity!
An experience of a lifetime Tandem Skydiving is the best way to introduce yourself to the world of skydiving. Imagine a 200 km/h free fall with a tandem dive over Fiji’s tropical islands as you freefall from as high as 13,000 feet in the air where you can soak in the stunning views of pristine blue water, white sandy beaches and colourful fringing coral reefs of the Mamanuca Islands and Denarau.
Find the Bomber Wreck on Beachcomber Island
Fiji is known for its epic dive spots and this one has a historical flair to it. This crash site on the seafloor near Beachcomber Island in the Mamanucas holds the remains of a World War II B26 bomber plane. The wreckage is scattered throughout the ocean floor, but wing sections and propellers can be clearly seen on a path led by a rope to guide divers. You’ll need a dive certificate to see what makes it so fascinating.