Over Twenty Spectacular Dive Sites Waiting For You To Discover
Chimneys

Type of Dive: Wall - 

Max Depth:80ft/ 25m

Levels: Intermediate

5 Minutes

Consists of two pinnacles rising from 70ft to 15ft from the surface and approximately 60ft apart. Dropping down on the top of these pinnacles with their explosion of colour and life is a sensory overload. Covered in vast colours of soft coral, hard coral, micro critters, uncountable tropical fish and laced with huge sea fans, this site puts Fiji as the soft coral capital of the world. Rated amongst the top 10 in the world. Excellent site for photography.

 

Tetons

Type of Dive: Wall - 

Max Depth: 100ft/ 30m

Levels: Intermediate/ Advance

5 Minutes

Description: Consist of two pinnacles rising from 80ft to 15ft from the surface and approximately 80ft apart. The highlight of this dive is the Blue Ribbon Eel. Apart from the Blue Ribbon Eel, the two pinnacles are covered in vast colours of soft coral, hard coral, micro critters, uncountable tropical fish and the occasional sighting of sharks and other pelagic species. Rated amongst the top 10 in the world. Excellent site for photography.

Grand Central

Type of Dive: Wall - 

Max Depth: 100ft/ 30m

Levels: Intermediate/ Advance

5 Minutes

Description: Busy with big fish life like a train station, Divers drop into the big blue and swim along a shear wall that drops into the abyss. Big eye Jacks, Dog tooth Tuna, Barracuda and sharks patrol the edge of the drop off. If you can tear your eye away from the big stuff there is an amazing array of micro critters like pigmy sea horse, ghost pipefish and leaf fish further up the reef plateau. You end your dive over series of coral heads covered in riot of soft corals, sea fans, black coral and thick shoals of anthias and reef fish. Ranked amongst the top in the world. Don’t miss this site.

Four Sisters

Type of Dive: Pinnacles

Max Depth: 70ft/ 21m

Levels: Intermediate

 

5 Minutes

Description: This site consist of four pinnacles projecting from 70ft to 15ft from the surface. The pinnacles are within 40ft of each other positioned in a square manner. Like all pinnacle dive at Namena, this sites offers a variety of soft coral colours, sea fans, micro critters, magic coral and many fish species. An excellent site for photography. Rated amongst the top in the world.

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Gorgeous coral and reef fish found diving at Namena Island Resort, Fiji
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Neptune

Type of Dive: Pinnacles

Max Depth: 70ft/ 21m

Levels: Intermediate

 

5 Minutes

Description: This site consist of two pinnacles projecting from 70ft to 15ft from the surface. The two pinnacles are 60ft apart. Like all pinnacle dive at Namena, this sites offers a variety of soft coral colours, sea fans, micro critters, magic coral and many fish species. An excellent site for photography. Rated amongst the top in the world.

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Anenome Fish diving Namena Island Resort, Fiji
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Seven Dwarfs

Type of Dive: Bommie

Max Depth: 80ft/ 24m

Levels: All levels

 

5 Minutes

Description: Located on the outer Southern barrier reef of Namena, Seven Dwawfs is a series of sunken bommies projecting from 120 ft to within 15ft from the surface. This site is known for its wonderful soft coral, sea fans, abundance in tropical fish, micro critters and pelagic that petrol the outer edge. This site is perfect for new divers.

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Anenome Fish diving Namena Island Resort, Fiji
beautiful coral seen diving off Namena Island Resort, Fiji
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Vibrant Christmas tree worm found while diving the reef around Namena Island Resort, Fiji
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Cascade

Type of Dive: Pinnacles

Max Depth: 70ft/ 21m

Levels: Intermediate

 

5 Minutes

Description: Busy with big fish life. Divers drop into the big blue and swim along a shear wall that drops into the abyss. Big eye Jacks, Dog tooth Tuna, Barracuda and sharks patrol the wall. Close encounters with lots of sharks and turtles is a big part of this dive. You end your dive over series of coral heads covered in hard corals, sea fans, black coral and thick shoals of anthias and reef fish...

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Rainbow Wall

Type of Dive: Wall

Max Depth: 80ft/ 24m

Levels: All Levels

 

5 Minutes

Description: Located at the south passage. Rainbow wall offer a wide variety of soft coral and swim thru along the wall, this sites offers a variety of soft coral colours, sea fans, micro critters, magic coral and many fish species. An excellent site for photography..

Piarates Den

Type of Dive: Wall

Max Depth: 80ft/ 24m

Levels: All levels

 

5 Minutes

Description:Located within the southern Namena Barrier reef passage this site consist of a series of swim thru. Currents flowing along the wall allows for a wonderful drift dive. The wall is covered in huge sea fans and soft coral.

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Manta Mount

Type of Dive: Wall

Max Depth: 100ft/ 30m

Levels: Intermediate

 

5 Minutes

Description:Located on the outside of the southern Namena Barrier reef this site is a cleaning station for Oceanic mantas and reef sharks. Deep wall drop off covered in huge sea fans and soft coral add to the uniqueness of this site. Manta Mount has been a favourite for many of our dive guides. For close up encounters with Mantas, this is the perfect site for it.

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Kansas

Type of Dive: Bommie

Max Depth: 70ft/ 21m

Levels: Intermediate

 

5 Minutes

Description:Kansas, a small bommie covered with Sinularia soft coral which looks just like wheat fields swaying in the wind. This spot deserves at least two days of diving to appreciate it fully. A great site for micro critters such as pigmy sea horse, leaf fish and ghost pipe fish. A wide variety of reef fish, anthias and gobies can be seen along with octopus and garden eels.

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Vibrant Christmas tree worm found while diving the reef around Namena Island Resort, Fiji