Fiji is an exciting destination even if you don’t dive. But when it comes to Fiji diving, this small chain of islands doesn’t disappoint; it’s one of the world’s best diving destinations. One appeal is the many coral reefs with their variety of sea creatures, and an estimated 1200 varieties of fish can be seen when diving here. Dozens of shark species can also be seen in the waters around Fiji, and one local diving company offers the chance for divers to ‘adopt’ a shark. One of the country’s most dramatic dive sites is known as the Great White Wall, and is famous for its sheer 65 meter drops and colorful corals. Water temperatures are pleasant year round, with even winter temperatures at 77 degrees, and there’s generally good visibility. Fiji also appeals to beginners as well as experienced divers, with many accredited resorts offering lessons, often to those as young as ten.
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