An epic adventure to Fiji’s remote Southern Lau Group to start the new year: 12 days exploring stunning islands, above and below, with a fantastic group of voyagers.
NAI'A's Blog: The Divemasters' Diary
A very merry fishmas out at sea, diving and adventuring the beautiful islands and atolls of Fiji.
On our latest trip ten kids and their parents embarked on an epic 5 day adventure island hopping around the beautiful Fijian Yasawa Islands.
Another epic Fijian adventure, this time out into the remote, far flung islands of northern Lau.
A successful expedition monitoring the reefs, with a dream team of marine scientists led by Wildlife Conservation Society Fiji.
Island hopping the Yasawas on our first NAI'A Family trip full of fun, mantas, and beach days.
We were back for another all local trip, but this time with an added splash of adventure. A wonderful week spent voyaging through Fiji's waters looking for adventure and making lasting memories.
A dream trip with an amazing group of people. After 4 months of patiently waiting the NAI'A was back doing what it does best...sailing through the beautiful Fiji waters. Amazing weather, calm seas and diving the best of the best meant we didn't want it to end!
In these newly uncertain times, we were fortunate enough to escape for a week to immerse ourselves in nature and the beauty of Fiji’s stunning underwater world.
Great diving, great company and plenty of laughs made for an enjoyable charter around Fiji’s beautiful Bligh Waters.
NAI'A back with a bang in beautiful Bligh Waters where we had stunning weather, smooth crossings and fantastic diving!
We rang in 2020 on an adventure in the South Pacific exploring new dive sites and making lasting memories above and below sea level!
A boatload of experienced divers, all new to NAI’A, discovered our reefs’ stunning beauty and diversity to declare Fiji their new favourite dive spot!
Beautiful weather and great conditions, teamed with surprise encounters and wonderful company, showed off Fiji at its finest and built lasting memories.
Every kind of shark, mantas, pipefish, pygmy seahorses and some kicking current kept our guests on their toes in bountiful Bligh Waters!
“Lomaiviti is nationally significant for its important role in reseeding Fiji’s reefs and providing fish refuges.”
~ Dr. David Obura, Cordio and WWF Marine Biologist