Dive Sites

  1. Fish Wonders
  2. Nursery
  3. Bat Cave
  4. Wreck
  5. Gotham City
  6. Navula Bliss
  7. Apiqara
  8. Vono Levu
  9. Turtle Wall
  10. Cliffhanger
  11. Cloudbreak Wall
  12. Manta Highway
  13. Deep Throat
  14. Leopard Lagoon
  15. Canyon
  16. Kinky Wall
  17. Rainbow Cascade
  18. Yakanibo
  19. Cathedral
  20. Arena
  21. Titanic
  22. Turtle Totoka
Manta Highway Cloudbreak Wall Cliffhanger Turtle Wall Vono Levu Apiqara Navula Bliss Gotham City Wreck Bat Cave Nursery Deep Throat Fish Wonders Canyon Kinky Wall Rainbow Cascade Yakanibo Cathedral Arena Titanic Turtle Totoka Leopard Lagoon Scuba Bula Location

North Reef

Two parallel reefs with excellent opportunities for photography and videography. One reef has maximum depths of 20-22 metres whilst the other has maximum depths of 38-55 metres.

Fish Wonders – 5-16 metres

An excellent site for beginners, photographers and night dives. Lots of coral bommies interspersed with sand and an 18th Century Anchor. Large schools of snapper, white tip reef sharks and occasional eagle rays.

Nursery – Max 22 metres

A superb soft coral wall with caves usually inhabited by Tawny Nurse Sharks. The dive finishes over a 12 metre coral garden with opportunities to see Turtles feeding.

Bat Cave - Max 38 metres.

An underwater headland with 2 swimthroughs and a chimney. A resident school of Batfish is there to greet you as you exit the cave. Possibilities of Mantas, Eagle Rays, Turtles, Grey Reef Sharks, Hammerheads and other large pelagic species.

Wreck – Max 29 metres.

An ex Captain Cook wooden cruise ship sunk in 2004 but flattened by a cyclone. Portholes, the engine block and the keel remain. The crevices on the reef wall offer a chance to see Tawny Nurse Sharks.

Gotham City – Max 36 metres.

Starting at the top of the reef in 24 metres of water there are numerous gullies dropping off. The gullies are filled with fan corals and resident Sweetlips. Usual to see White Tip Reef Sharks and Turtles gliding amongst the other reef fish.

Navula Bliss – Max 20 metres.

A wonderful drift dive along a pristine hard and soft coral wall. Large schools of Black-Tail Snapper, Orange and Pink Anemone fish along with the chance of seeing Turtles, Mantas, Eagle Rays and Reef Sharks.

Apiqara – Max 16 metres.

A natural gap in the reef with ledges on either side filled with lobsters and crayfish. Coming out of the crack the dive continues as a shallow wall dive. Plenty of photo opportunities on this one!

Vonu Levu – Max 26 metres.

A beautiful drift dive along the top of the second deeper reef. Turtles, Mantas and Eagle Rays abound. During the winter months a good place to spot whales.

Turtle Wall – Max 30 metres.

A wall dive with lots of fan and whip corals. Crevices with Tawny Nurse Sharks and plenty of soft corals along the wall.

Cliffhanger – Max 21 metres.

A large overhang swimthrough starts the dive with a good chance of White Tip Reef Sharks. The wall is covered with purple lace coral and Turtles and Lobsters are to be found along the dive.

Cloudbreak Wall – Max 22 metres.

A beautiful drift dive along a hard coral wall covered in fan corals. Turtles, Eagle Rays, Manta Rays and even Whale Sharks have been seen here.

Manta Highway - Max 28 metres.

A drift dive along the top of the second deeper reef with a good chance of seeing large groups of Manta Rays.

Deep Throat –

An invitation only site and not for the faint-hearted!! Beginning at 27 metres we enter a chimney with a bottom at 42 metres. In cave at the bottom of the chimney you can usually find tawny nurse sharks and big grouper. The cave exits at 50-54 metres where we begin our ascent along a deep wall. Grey Reef Sharks, Hammerhead Sharks, Whale Sharks, Mantas and Pilot Whales have all been spotted during this dive!

South Reef

A slightly different topography from the North Reef, the South Reef has a wide range of deep water coral bommies, natural inlets in the reef and a greater variety of swimthroughs and chimneys. There is also a second deeper parallel reef that remains relatively unexplored.

Leopard Lagoon – Max 9 metres.

A sandy bottom with lots of coral heads. Regular sightings of Leopard Sharks along with juvenile reef fish and Tiger Cowrie Shells.

Canyon - 5 - 23 metres.

A selection of swimthroughs, gullies and caves with a large amount of fish life. Regular visitors are Eagle Rays, White-Tip Reef Sharks and Grey Reef Sharks.

Kinky Wall – Max 28 metres.

A wall dive with lots of cracks and crevices. The wall has a large amount of Whip Coral and Soft Coral. Large schools of Parrot Fish and Reef Sharks can be found. Coral bommies just off the wall are a good place to find Turtles.

Rainbow Cascade – Max 30 metres.

So named because of the multicoloured soft corals hanging from the wall. The dive begins with a lengthy swimthrough which exits mid way down a sheer wall. The area is prolific with all kinds of marine life. Good spot for Manta Rays in season.

Yakanibo – Max 22 metres.

Caves and swimthroughs with the occasional Nurse Shark. Large schools of Snapper and Many-Spotted Sweetlips.

Cathedral – Max 23 metres.

Large overhangs with pristine hard corals and large patches of Ghost Coral. A good dive to see Turtles and large pelagic species. Even a Minke Whale has been seen on this one! No guarantees though!!

Arena – Max 24 metres.

A gradually sloping wall with swimthroughs, overhangs, and caves. A good chance of spotting feeding Turtles and Tawny Nurse Sharks.

Titanic – Max 22 metres.

Similar to Apiqara on the North Reef. Large cracks in the reefs. A good dive for photography.

Turtle Totoka – 10–25 metres.

Lots of inlets into the reef. The hard coral is pristine and Turtles abound. Breathtaking coral canyons to explore. Eagle Rays, Manta Rays, Nurse Sharks, Grey Reef Sharks and White Tips are frequently seen.

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