What an enjoyable, peaceful week. Great guests, incredible conditions and wonderful diving....what more could we ask for?!
NAI'A's Blog: The Divemasters' Diary
Another week, another fun time at sea! This charter we were joined by Donna and her diving dynasty!
This super-relaxed, easy to pleasy bunch of divers were rewarded with the best MANTA MADNESS in months!!!
Welcome to the Swiss Invasion! These divers really like the 'Big Stuff'....mantas, barracuda and sharks-a-plenty didn't disappoint!
It's not often we get majority girls onboard.....it made for a very fun charter! An eagle ray, hammerheads and multiple octopi were the icing on the cake.
Mike Ratunamasa, NAI'A first and longest serving employee, passed away
With a boat full of photographers and heavy cameras, our shoulder muscles have had a great work out this charter! But seeing manta rays, glorious soft corals and a rogue hammerhead makes it all worth it!
What a welcome back to Fiji! Spectacular dives and stellar guests = a perfect charter.
Our guests worked hard this charter, putting in many hours on the skiffs: but boy did it pay off! We had some VERY (up) Close (and personal) Encounters....
In this, our penultimate Tonga 2017 charter, we were treated to astounding displays of nature: sail tailing duos, wide-mouthed mommas and the throwing of peduncles left, right and centre!
Dodging out the way of an overenthusiastic baby humpback? Check. Chilling with an upside down momma for an hour? Check. Impromptu dance party in the salon? CHECK! What a WILD charter....
We had the BEST charter with this energetic, enthusiastic group of Thais! And they were rewarded with some true once in a lifetime experiences.
Straight from the get-go, this trip was high action and high adrenaline....we were treated to such an extraordinary series of events!
We couldn't have asked for a more FINtastic start to our 2017 humpback whale season!
All aboard for one last hurrah before NAI'A takes off for Tonga!
“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