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From several years of scuba-diving this guide is stilled on Taveuni with visitors from all over the globe. It is clear that scuba diver come to Taveuni to see the great diversity of species and the best hard corals on earth. These guides provide information that may be of interest to the diver, instructor-led courses for our most favourite divesites and recommended safe dives in the area.
These are some navigators to help you get into the manual (snort): Fiji's shallow water is one of the most varied and unspoilt in the Pacific. Numerous wildlife lives in the abundant and varied water around the Fiji Islands, which includes mussels, shark, groupers, tunas, barracudas and colourful seaweed.
The Fiji has more than 10,000 square kilometres of untouched seaweed. There are 467 types of molluscs, 298 types of stony corals and about 1,200 types of thatch. However, it is simply not amazing, awesome and amazing when someone describes scuba at Rainbow Red. The Somosomo Strait has given Taveuni's waterways a worldwide name.
Somosomo Street is a small canal between Vanua Levu and Taveuni. Each time the tide changes, the waters funnel through the straits, race through the cliffs and provide nutrition and nourishment for an incomparable diversity of sea creatures. The back and forth current (coming from the N, coming from the South) provides perfect opportunities for abundant hard corals to grow and offers diving spots like the Great Wall, where Dendronephthya (the hard black corals that give the site its name) covers almost every centimetre of depth.
Circumstances like these are relatively unusual - it is unusual that such a large amount of nutrient-rich sea water is driven through a small, flat channel that is suitable for growing corals. Rainbow Reef's hidden gravy. Censuses have shown that 100% of the known Fiji fish are found in the Taveuni area.
The results of the Great Fiji Sharcount indicate that nearly 800 sharks were seen at the last count, an average of 1 per dives. There are 5 different types of fish registered in the Taveuni water, among them white tip toes, nurse shares, Leoparden - and eagle fish, black tip toes and gray toes. In this brief section you will find general information that you should be aware of during the briefings and before diving.
Make sure you have a diving injury policy before you leave. The DAN Diving Center provides very competitive diving collision and trip insurances for scuba diving enthusiasts and their family. Included in this is the cover for evacuation in emergencies (including non-diving accidents). DAN also has outstanding first responders and mentors. The use of exposition clothing, first aids for frequent sea wounds and the behaviour of scuba diving.
Don't go diving without your doctor's permission. Wetsuits - while the temperature in the Taveuni area is between 20 and 26°C, diver should wear a wetsuit for shelter. A wetsuit provides resistance to accidental scratches and bruises due to accidental scrubbing against corals and rocks in the current at several Rainbow Reef diving spots.
Wetsuits and shoes also help prevent injuries from accidental contact, entry or swim in certain waters. The majority of our bases offer 3. Instructor briefings differ according to diver, vessel and area. Don't disturb any sea creatures. When you get astray or get away from your pal or group of divers, look around for a moment and climb up to the top securely.
Remain at the same level as the instructor and adhere to the security levels indicated in the Instructor Brief. Most of the diving in Taveuni's water is current diving. The deceleration allows you to have a better diving and consume less time. Most of the diving spots are perfect snorkelling spots and we are often fortunate and have soft, easy snorkelling!
Favourite snorkelling spots are Nuku reef, fishing factory and cabbage patch. Because of the abundance of nuts, you will be amazed at the amount of marine marinelife you will encounter on every snorkelling or diving trip! Among the most frequent species are butterflies and angelfishes, triggerfish, parrotfishes, footfish, anthia, wrasse, grouper and of course many clownfishes.
Some other interesting creatures are mussels, eel, nudibranches, flatfish, cuttlefish, turtles, shark and ray. Among our most important diving spots are: Maps of the favourite diving spots in Somosomo Strait. It is a wallgame with corals. There are barracudas, morays, manta ray, potatoe crayfish, jungle trout, baslets, anthiases, shark (mostly in schools), nudibranches and many small, nicely coloured fishe.
A wide selection of flatfish and tenderfish. The best time to see this is when the water is high. Bottom is a map of the dives. It begins as a drop-off that turns into a rock face. Sea creatures include flocks of barracudas, very occasional sharks and many hardy and pale brown sharks.
It has an outside face with a thatched roof that starts at 6 metres and drops to about 60 metres. The face is lined with violet hard coral, lake lashes and large gorgonians. The underwater world encompasses a multitude of different kinds of pelagics, from barracudas to jack tree vally, mackerels, seafans and a multitude of nudibranches, anthias, fusiliers, baslets, white-tipped shark and mantas.
It is the best period to go scuba with the high tides going down. Divers will find the Great White Wall a great way to enjoy the depths that most other Fiji resorts lack. Scuba is something really unique, you can observe the Vimeo dives. At the bottom are images of the site and a map.
When the diving is right, you will be confronted with soldier fish, squirrels and fairybarsh. Before descending you can observe the shark at a distance of about 18 meters. The dives begin with a descend to a tube-shaped cavern, which starts at a 15 meter level.
The swimthrough is covered with rigid and flexible algae as well as colourful fungi and crioids. It is covered with Dendronephthya (white algae). Among the whitish algae are small splatters of oranges, greens and reds, but the overall effect is without a doubt that of a large one. However, the main undisputed feature is the walls themselves, with their blankets, several lashes that play home a goby and a few large mayonias.
It plunges drastically into the bottomless pit - and you will, so you should observe the diver and keep an eye on your SPG (for this dives it is hard to control the bottom with the help of fiducials). It is one of the most characteristic diving spots in Fiji. Annie's Bommie is a secluded coral island with large boommies that allow the diver to interweave between them.
Name of the site is related to several large conic battlements that rise from the sea floor and characterise this area. Sea creatures include fusilier schooling, basslet, anthiasis, jacuzzi, morays, occasional stingray, and whistling fish. This area is coated with softer corals and harder corals on top of booms, among them optalbubbles.
It' s a good idea to look out for white stingrays, perhaps in the presence of blue-spotted stingrays, and you can always see the gashing jaws of moray eels sticking out of their wells. There is a shared diving itinerary at Annie's Bommie below.
Situated at the top (corner) of Annie's Bommie, this site is a great place to see a wide range of aquatic species. There are clownfish, unicornfish, anemonefishes, fusilier, tang, sea whip, nudibranch and flatworm like the female Spaniard. There are also occasional shark and barracuda schooling. There is also a large selection of coral and hardforms, among them seafans.
The map of the site is shown below. It is a diving site with a small section of rock. It is about 36 square meters and covers with whitish hard water on the Great Whitewall (Dendronephthya). There' a multitude of other types of hard waterfish. The underwater world comprises stonefishes, snappers, headfish, and a large number of slugs.
Wise's Place has a depth of 8 - 25 m. The terrain is a descending coralheaded area. Seaside activities include schooling of coral groupers, the fusilier, lyre-tailed antias (sea gold), blue-spotted rays and morays with golden edges. There are also large starfish cetaceans, dinner tables, fireflies, floral cetaceans, and smooth whitish cetaceans.
Jack's Place is another descending coral dive with a depth between 8 - 18 m. Many hardforms blended with smooth coral and colour. The underwater world comprises schooling of surgeon fish, trigger fish, huge wrasses and morays. It is a descending dive site that winds around three large booms.
The underwater world comprises schools of whale and white tip shark, as well as many hardy sea cetaceans. As you descend, the pelagic fishes that gather around the tops of the reefs will welcome you. Departing with the currents to the northeast (if weather permits). At 30 metres, the falling face on the right shoulders falls onto a sand and falling ground which rises between 10 and 15 metres. The hillside has a sound covering of stag and seaweed, mostly in the shape of stag and seaweed, with a number of huge mussels and shells.
Diving in these waterways you should look out for the uncommon view of parrot fish that flock the hillside, eat corals and then excrete them in thin sandy areas that fall down to the seabed. The Fish Factory is a 6-27 meter deep water tank with a large number of corals on the top and side of the tank well.
Schooling parrotfishes, humpback parrotfishes, jacks, angelfish, migrating mantas, occasionally shark, stone fishing and sheet scorpionfishing. The Nuku Red is a descending coral wall with a depth between 6 - 21 m. The marine fauna consists of coral, triggerfishes, mussels, Christmas treeworms, calcareous anemones and many small colorfulfishes.
Although normally used as a second dives, its qualities should not be underestimated. The Nuku is an entertaining place. Watch Scott Putnam's movie from the Fijiguide diving site. Carl Street has a shallow water of 8-27 m. It has a sand bottom with a series of small boommies or cucumbers.
It snakes between the boommies and then turns right on a descending one. A series of rigid and flexible algae will guide you through the game. Level 3 is an underwater reindeer with a deep of 8 - 40 meters, which lies around the wall of the wall with a multitude of flexible algae and lake lashes at a height of 12 meters.
Sea creatures include angel fish, clownfish, titanium trigger fish, flatworms and a few lion fish that often hover over the side of the rock. Jerry's Jelly is a descending coral cliff with a depth of 5 - 18 m. Two battlements with whitish coral are overlooked.
The underwater world contains swarms of dark sweet lips, many colourful small fishs and green-elves. Departing from 18m with the coral on your lefthand side. When the currents are of moderate force, you can travel an appropriate course along this riff and pull fins softly to hold your spot.
While drifting, keep an eye out for jackfish, dog-toothed tunas, white tip shark and a large number of slugs. Finally the dives cross the coral before it falls into the slipstream of the other side of the coral and protects you from the currents.
At the top of the riff is about 6 meters (a bit too flat for a security stop). Sam's Point is a diving site on a descending cliff with dephts of 3 - 27 meters, although this site is mainly a second one at a max. deep of 18 meters. Many corals and marine fish.
The underwater world comprises humpback snappers, small fishing schoolings, sea bass, great blue bandaels, and tip-whites. Rainbow's End I is an oblique shallow depth between 8 - 24 m. The dives presents a range of different coloured hardwearing, flexible seaweed.
Diving begins with a fall from the waterline to 15 metres, with the seabed usually seen from the submersible. As a rule, the diving schedule is made up of soft drifts together with the falling down to the right side of the right hand one. It is adorned with coral tables and other species of acropora, as well as buulder coral and poritos, most of which are home to dull mussels and Christmas-treeworms.
It is more typical for many people than for schooling, so you can see parrotfishes, red-breasted wrasse, angel and blue-belt angel fish, napoleon wrasse, long nosed butterfly fish and mauris. Rainbow's End II is a sequel of the same dives as Rainbow's End I, and the launch depends on the actual velocity and directio.
Gelber Tunnels reaches into the deep between 9 - 24 m. This falling dipping dip climaxes in a drop around a big alga. On the outside of the top of the coral there is a floating body coated with green hard water inside and outside the channel. Sea creatures include stone pelagics, white tip shark, two-coloured parrot schoolings and many small colourful species.
This is a 6-24m deep diving course. The diver drifts along a descending cliff passing two battlements of corals. Sea creatures include schooling barracudas, jacket revally, unicornfish, fusiliers, whale shark, white tip shark, sometimes nurse and slugs. is a slanted riff dives with dephts between 3 - 18 meters, which ends along a giant spur of serpentines lettuce corals.
Whilst corals are the main attraction, watch out for buzzards, Achilles tufts and pangolin antias; and occasionally crayfish. If you are lucky, you may come across the two-coloured slimy dolphin when you go underwater. The best time to see this is when the water is high.