1. E-6 (Lomaiviti Group)
A large seamount that rises from a deep abyss to within inches of the surface. A large cave cuts through one side and exits some distance down the side. Light falls through cracks in the surface lighting a divers way as they swim through the cave.
2. Mount Mutiny (Lomaiviti Group)
Much like E-6 but small and is covered with a rainbow of soft corals. A very rare pipefish called a Rufus Pipefish was found here in 1999.
3. Nigali Passage
A drift dive through a wide, deep passage that includes sharks at the deep end and a pristine cabbage patch at the shallow end where the dive ends.
4. Gotham City (Mammanuca Group)
Large pinnacles with wide assortment of fish including batfish for which the spot is named. Many types of hard and soft coral adorn the sides of the pinnacles.
5. Supermarket (Mammanuca Group)
Fiji's premium shark dive where you watch a wide variety of sharks feed within a few feet of your camera. The dive continues with a drift along the Supermarket wall.
6. Namena Island (Vanua Levu)
A small island south of Savu Savu with a large reef surrounding the island. Huge walls, drift dive passages, and pinnacles create homes to many large schools of fish as well as larger open ocean animals.
7. Nsonisoni Passage (Vanua Levu)
Incredible drift dive that quickly passes you over fields of purple soft coral. This is one of the best drift dives in Fiji.
8. Hole in the Wall (Vanua Levu)
The dive starts with a large vertical wall and ends with a swim-through a large hole in the wall that drops off into the deep.
9. Rainbow Reef (Taveuni)
A group of soft coral dives that cover every color of the rainbow. In addition, you will find leaffish, blue ribbon eels, nudibranchs, and large schools of fish.
10. North Astrolobe Reef (Kandavu)
Large walls and deep ravines give refuge to a wide variety of fish. You may also find larger open ocean animals swimming nearby.
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