Fiji Diving Cruises

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The waters of Fiji Islands offer thousands of scuba dive sites.

The best way to really experience the Fiji Reef Dives is to stay out there for a few days. This gives you much more time to really enjoy the reef in a more relaxed environment. The amount of diving and snorkeling you’ll get to do as well as the opportunity to do night dives, combined with two nights accommodation, makes this live aboard adventure unmatched for experience and value.

These sites provide some of the best outer reef diving available and have been selected for their variety and quality of coral and marine life, as well as great visibility. We rarely dive the same site more than twice.

The average dive duration is 40 minutes and dives are undertaken subject to weather conditions, dive experience and cruise itinerary requirements.


  • All certified divers must present an internationally recognized Open Water Dive Certificate to the Viti Water sports Padi on-board dive instructor to participate in certified dives. If they haven’t dived for 6 months or more, they will be required to complete a Scuba Review.
  • Passengers participating in the Open Water Dive Course are encouraged to complete their academic learning component prior to boarding.Click Here.
  • Introductory (or beginner) divers are not required to have a certification card however they will need to complete a medical and waiver form. To avoid disappointment please download the form below to see if applicable to you.
  • All divers with any health issues or taking any medication, should visit their doctor to obtain a fitness to dive certificate prior to embarkation (not available in Fiji). If you answer ‘yes’ to any questions, seek clearance to dive from your local physician.
    Download the PADI medical form. Here
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