Kadavu Island is a hidden green gem in the Republic of Fiji and a treat for manta ray lovers.
If you ever had the burning desire to be within touching distance from a tiger shark or a bull shark, a visit to Viti Levu in the Republic of Fiji will see your dreams fulfilled.
Fiji is known as the cross-road of the Pacific, therefore there is abundance of marine species. There are 390 species of coral and 1,200 varieties of fish. There are a number of endemic marine creatures to the Fijian islands such as the 'twilight fangblenny'. Furthermore Fiji is an area where species such as the 'bumphead parrotfish' come to spawn. In addition there are 7 resident species of turtle and 12 species of whale including humpback and blue that migrate through the waters of the islands.
The pristine reefs hold many unique treasures from blue-ribbon eels to leaf scorpionfish. It is the vivid colour of the fish that makes Fiji so special, as well as the stunning visibility of the iridescent blue water.
Dive sites such as ‘Beqa Lagoon’ offer some of the world's best shark diving, with 9 species of shark including bull, tiger, lemon and whitetip that circle around you as you look up from the bottom at 100 feet (30 metres) as trevallies, grouper and jack fish dart through the blue.
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