Individuals and groups can book a NAI’A charter directly with our office in Fiji. Alexx or Joeli will efficiently answer your questions and sort all your details.
Once you have reserved a space on an upcoming charter, our office staff will send you a private link to your Cruise Application. Included in the link will be our Diver or Non-Diver Liability Agreement and our Named Storm Policy. The Application and Liability Agreements should be signed and returned by email, fax or post.
NAI'A Contact Details
Email: [email protected]
Fiji Fax: (+679) 345-0566
Fiji mail to use for paperwork & correspondence:
PO Box 332
Credit Card Authorization Forms
If you are making a payment using a credit card, please print and fill out the appropriate Credit Card Authorization Form and email or fax it to us in Fiji.
To fill out the form electronically, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader which is available for free download from http://get.adobe.com/reader/
Travel and Rendezvous Information
Our Travel & Rendezvous Information has pre-cruise travel details to assist you with planning your dive vacation with NAI'A.
Individual scuba divers, groups and travel agents can use NAI’A’s automated booking system to reserve cabins for Fiji diving expeditions.
There are no hidden costs for a NAI’A expedition to scuba dive in Fiji and virtually everything is included in the charter price.
The most affordable, safe, simple and efficient way to enjoy world-class scuba diving in Fiji is from the liveaboard ship NAI’A.
See what recent NAI’A passengers, famous filmmakers and scientists have to say about their NAI’A scuba diving expedition in Fiji.
Special rates for full and half-boat charters booked directly through the NAI’A Fiji office or with dive travel wholesalers and travel agents.
Travel agent and wholesaler access to password-protected NAI’A Fiji booking details for upcoming Fiji scuba diving expeditions.
Contact details for NAI’A Fiji liveaboard scuba diving including email, phone, fax and mailing address.
“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