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Captain Cook Cruises Fiji offers a range of different dive charter locations throughout Fiji. Fiji is a beautiful place with lots of historical and cultural significance. After you’ve experienced some local hospitality lots of guests choose to take part in a Captain Cook Cruises Fiji Dive Charter adventure where you can learn to dive. Here are some of the top locations where some of the best dive stories come from:
Bligh Water Diving
Bligh Water is a body of water located off the coast of Fiji. It is known for its clear water and abundant marine life. Divers come from all over the world to experience the beauty of the underwater world. You can dive in Bligh Water during our 7 night remote itineraries.
Turtle & Whale Watching
The water is so clear that visibility is often over 100 feet. This makes for some incredible diving experiences. There is an abundance of marine life to be seen. Everything from brightly colored fish to giant sea turtles can be found in the waters of Bligh Water.
Great Place to Learn to Dive
Divers can explore coral reefs, and caves. There is something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced diver, you will find plenty to keep you busy.
The Dive Charter Favourite
If you are looking for an amazing diving destination, then look no further than Bligh Water. It has everything you could ever want in a place to dive. Come and see for yourself why so many people love to plan diving in Fiji.
Kadavu is an island in Fiji, about 100 kilometres south of Viti Levu. It is the fourth largest island in Fiji, with an area of about 1,600 square kilometres. Kadavu is known for its unspoiled natural beauty, its isolation, and its dive sites.
Captain Cook Cruises Fiji Diving Must Do
Kadavu is one of the few places in the world where diving is still truly wild. There are no dive shops, no tourist infrastructure, and no crowds. The only way to dive here is to go on a live-aboard boat Cruise , and even then, you might not see another soul for days. Join Captain Cook Cruises 7 or 11 night Lau Cruises to explore Kadavu.
Captain Cook Ship Cruises Will Get You There
The waters around Kadavu are some of the most pristine in the world. The reefs are healthy and teeming with life, and the visibility is often over 30 metres. Kadavu is home to a staggering variety of marine life, including over 1,200 species of fish and 500 species of coral.
Top Dive Story Destination
Diving in Kadavu is an adventure. There are no dive sites that have been developed or manicured for tourism. You never know what you’re going to see, and that is part of the appeal.
If you are looking for an unspoiled dive destination where you can explore the underwater world in its natural state, then Kadavu is the place for you.
Lomaiviti is an archipelago in Fiji, located to the east of the main island of Viti Levu. The name Lomaiviti means "many islands" in the Fijian language.
Tell Dive Stories About Your Cruise Holiday
The Lomaiviti archipelago consists of six main islands: Gau, Batiki, Koro, Levuka, Ovalau and Vatulele. There are also a number of smaller islands, including Bau, Namuka, Makogai and Makulu. Makogai is a favorite dive location on our 7 and 11 night Lau Cruise and 7 night Remote North Cruise.
Captain Cook Dive Charter Top Pick
The islands of Lomaiviti are home to a number of dive sites, including the famous Beqa Lagoon. The Beqa Lagoon is a large body of water surrounded by coral reefs which you can get to by dive tender boats . It is home to a wide variety of marine life, including sharks, rays, turtles and a variety of colourful fish.
Boat Tours with Captain Cook
Diving in Lomaiviti with Captain Cook is an unforgettable experience. The clear water and abundance of marine life make it a popular spot for both novice and experienced divers of Captain Cook Cruise dive packages.
Glass Bottom Boats
For those who want to explore the underwater world without getting wet, there is the option of taking a glass bottom boat tour. These tours operate on all the Reef Endeavour itineraries and are guided by our on board Marine Biologist. They allow you to see and learn about marine life without getting wet.
Snorkelling with Captain Cook Cruises
Whether you're seasoned dive masters or a first-time snorkeller taking part in snorkel tours, the Lomaiviti archipelago is a must-visit destination. With its crystal clear water all you need is some snorkel gear. The abundance of marine life and range of dive sites means there is something for everyone.
Mamanuca Islands Diving
The Mamanuca Islands are a group of 20 volcanic islands located to the west of Nadi, Fiji. The islands are home to some of the best diving in the world, with clear waters, abundant marine life, and beautiful coral reefs.
Wreck Dive at Tivua Island
Take this advanced wreck dive at Tivua on the first stop on all 7 night Remote North, 7 night Lau and 4 night Yasawa Itineraries. You will dive Raiyawa a 30m long deep wreck off Tivua. As you slowly descend the mooring line, the colour of the water turns greenish, then you will find the hull. The groups of snapper, schooling bannerfish, spadefish, the fusiliers, all make for the adrenaline rush. Hunt for nudibranches.
Dive with Manta Rays
Diving in the Mamanuca Islands is an experience that you will never forget. The waters are crystal clear and marine life is abundant. You can see everything from colourful reef fish to giant manta ray. The coral reefs are also some of the most beautiful in the world.
Dive with Sharks
If you're looking for an adrenaline-pumping dive, then you can't go past the Shark Reef. The Shark Reef is located in the Beqa Lagoon and is home to a large number of sharks, including bull sharks, tiger sharks and hammerhead sharks. Diving with sharks is not for the faint-hearted, but it is an exhilarating experience.
Dive Sites for All Levels
There are a number of dive sites around the Mamanuca Islands, so there is something for everyone. With a PADI 5 Star diving operation on board whether you are a beginner or an experienced diver, you will find a dive site that suits your level.
Some of the most popular dive sites in the Mamanuca Islands include the Coral Gardens, Makogai Island, and the Great White Wall. The Coral Gardens is a shallow reef with a wide variety of coral and fish. Makogai Island is home to a number of wrecks, including a WWII Japanese Zero fighter plane. The Great White Wall is a sheer cliff face covered in white coral.
If you are looking for an unforgettable diving experience, then the Mamanuca Islands are the place for you.