Jean-Michel Cousteau called Fiji the soft coral capital of the world. It has a huge range of quality dive sites where there are around a thousand species of fish, several hundred types of corals and sponges and an infinite variety of macro life living in the shallow coral gardens or on deep sloping shelves.
The amazing diverse marine life, includes large pelagic species such as sharks, tuna, turtles and fish of all hues and sizes. Fiji is home to the Pilot Whale but many other whale species, including the Humpback and Sperm Whales, which pass through Fijian waters.
With the spectacular hard and soft corals, caves and grottoes, sharks, sunken ships, even a World War II aircraft this is diving paradise.