This lovely group of avid photographers craved stunning reefscapes of vibrant color and were rewarded by coming to Fiji, the soft coral capital of the world!
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Mantas, schooling hammerheads, and stunning soft corals made this a trip our guests won’t soon forget.
Dive, Eat, Sleep.... Repeat?! Not this month! Slightly outside the norm of what we usually do here on NAI'A, we have been on an incredible month-long trip (or 'DXpedition'!) with a group of HAM radio enthusiasts to Baker Island. Truly a once in a lifetime adventure....
What an incredible trip with the wonderful divers from REEF (Reef Environmental Education Foundation)! Visibility was astounding, conditions were calm and everyone did a good job of identifying Fiji's (900+) fish species!
Crystal clear viz, beautiful soft corals and magical mantas... what a way to end May!
What a special trip! Manta rays, eagle rays, hammerhead sharks....we LOVE May in Fiji!
Hammerhead sharks, grey reefs, eagle rays, Nigali Passage and stunning Fiji weather come together to make this a trip our guests will never forget!
Mantas, sharks and stunning weather made this a trip of a lifetime!
Though Mother Nature threw many obstacles at us on this charter, this gang was up for the challenge!
Good people = good times! Despite challenging conditions thrown at us from Mother Nature, these amazing people were an absolute pleasure to have onboard and to dive with!
Majestic Mantas were the highlight of this week's charter!
We were over the moon to welcome back Harold, Dana and their amazing gang of divers: thanks for another awesome week!
Beautiful sunny skies, calm waters and pranks between every dive made for a fun filled week with our group from Sea Save.
Gorgeous dive conditions, beautiful weather and some super-friendly manta rays made for an unforgettable charter!
Even with Gita lurking in the background, we had an INCREDIBLE first charter of 2018!!!
“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