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Fiji Weather

This is the last water temperature data before NAI'A goes to Tonga for our annual humpback whale swim expeditions. After a precipitous fall last month, the water temperature has stabilised at the winter average and passengers on the last charter enjoyed some of the clearest water and best diving conditions ever! On the other hand, divers doing four or five dives a day will want to start wearing 5mm wetsuits and possibly hoods. For those of you joining us in Tonga, please know that the water temperature there is generally a whole degree cooler than in Fiji. 

More detailed graph of water temperatures. Note the significant variation from year to year.

More detailed graph of water temperatures. Note the significant variation from year to year.

Recent, average and extreme water temperatures

Min Avg Max 2019
ºF ºC ºF ºC ºF ºC ºF ºC
Jan 80.4 26.9 83.1 28.4 84.7 29.3 83.4 28.6
Feb 82 27.8 83.7 28.7 85.8 29.9 84.6 29.8
Mar 82.2 27.9 84 28.9 85.3 29.6 84.0 28.9
Apr 81.7 27.6 83.5 28.6 85.1 29.5 81.1 27.5
May 80.1 26.7 82 27.8 84.1 28.9
Jun 78.3 25.7 80.1 26.7 82.3 27.9
Jul 77.2 25.1 78.7 26 80.4 26.9
Aug 76.1 24.5 77.9 25.5 79.3 26.3
Sep 75.2 24 78 25.6 80.2 26.8
Oct 76 24.4 78.7 25.9 81.1 27.3
Nov 77.4 25.2 80.1 26.7 81.8 27.7
Dec 78.8 26 81.6 27.6 83.4 28.5

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