We couldn't have been luckier this week with perfect weather, calm seas and stunningly beautiful dives...all complimented by a lovely group of divers! Life really is all rainbows and butterfly(fishes)....
NAI'A's Blog: The Divemasters' Diary
We don't have enough adjectives to describe this super fun bunch of divers joining Harold Bach from PDTT in Chicago, IL.
An eclectic, international fun-loving bunch of divers were treated to manta rays AND eagle rays as we explored the beautiful sites of Fiji's Bligh waters!
An amazing group of divers come together for an incredible 10 days of New Year adventures and celebrations!
Mantas, hammerhead sharks, turtle release and day after day of stunning diving: just another week aboard NAI'A!!!
You know it's going to be a good trip when a manta plays beside the boat as the guests board!
A charter from Thailand joins us in their hunt for hammerheads!!
As previous cruise directors return home bringing many regular NAI'A guests with them it was a charter of many happy returnees.
Our international group of divers enjoy a week full of mantas and octopi.
Massive coral bleaching events and destructive storms are devastating coral reefs more often as the ocean warms. The stunning and crucial reefs we have long taken for granted are under increasing threat.
Jeff Davies and his Toledo Hot Shots enjoy a week filled with amazing diving, endless fun and laughter and entertaining renditions of the beaver cheer.
Burt and Hergen return with another group of amazing divers!
A group of brilliant divers and photographers turn away from the muck for a moment for our last charter as Cruise Directors
We have combed through the hundreds of photos contributed by dozens of photographers from this whale-swimming season in Tonga to come up with the 30 best!
A jovial group of Russians, Kazakhs & Belarusians experience the trip of a lifetime with plenty of sunshine, whales and of course vodka
“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