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Fiji Weather

Fiji is open again and NAI'A divers are enjoying cooling autumn conditions. La Nina pushed warmer water over Fiji over the summer, causing some bleaching where the coral was stressed for other reasons, but our healthy reefs were barely affected and the ocean is cooling as we approach the shortest day of the year. Although the water is still quite warm, most NAI'A divers doing four or five dives a day use 3-5mm full wetsuits.

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 2021
ºF ºC ºF ºC ºF ºC ºF ºC
Jan 80.4 26.9 83.1 28.4 84.7 29.3 83.8 28.8
Feb 82.0 27.8 83.7 28.7 85.8 29.9 83.3 28.5
Mar 82.2 27.9 84.0 28.9 85.3 29.6 82.9 28.3
Apr 81.7 27.6 83.5 28.6 85.1 29.5 83.5 28.6
May 80.1 26.7 82.0 27.8 84.1 28.9 82.3 28.0
Jun 78.3 25.7 80.1 26.7 82.3 27.9 80.6 27.0
Jul 77.2 25.1 78.7 26.0 80.4 26.9 79.8 26.5
Aug 76.1 24.5 77.9 25.5 79.3 26.3 78.8 26.0
Sep 75.2 24.0 78.0 25.6 80.2 26.8 78.7 26.0
Oct 76.0 24.4 78.7 25.9 81.1 27.3 80.1 26.7
Nov 77.4 25.2 80.1 26.7 81.8 27.7 82.0 27.8
Dec 78.8 26.0 81.6 27.6 83.4 28.5 83.8 28.8

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Since 1993 we’ve explored the best dive sites in Fiji including the barrier reefs near Vatu-i-ra in Bligh Water and at Namena, Wakaya, and Gau in the Koro Sea.

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Fiji Value Diving

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Experienced dive travellers know that liveaboard scuba diving aboard NAI’A in Fiji is the simplest, most efficient and affordable way to enjoy world-class diving.

“Central Fiji has all the elements of the ultimate ocean wilderness: diverse creatures and habitat, nutrient-rich water, spectacular scenery and owners who respect it.”

Dr. Greg Stone, Executive Vice President of Conservation International

~ Dr. Greg Stone, Executive Vice President of Conservation International