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Fiji Weather

The new year started with lovely warm water right at the long-term average. During the end of February the monsoon was very active north of Fiji and that sucked some of the heat out of the water. Although it is comfortably warm and a few hard-core divers eschew neoprene for boardshorts and T-shirts, most NAI'A divers doing four or five dives a day still 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 2020
ºF ºC ºF ºC ºF ºC ºF ºC
Jan 80.4 26.9 83.1 28.4 84.7 29.3 82.4 28.0
Feb 82.0 27.8 83.7 28.7 85.8 29.9
Mar 82.2 27.9 84.0 28.9 85.3 29.6
Apr 81.7 27.6 83.5 28.6 85.1 29.5
May 80.1 26.7 82.0 27.8 84.1 28.9
Jun 78.3 25.7 80.1 26.7 82.3 27.9
Jul 77.2 25.1 78.7 26.0 80.4 26.9
Aug 76.1 24.5 77.9 25.5 79.3 26.3
Sep 75.2 24.0 78.0 25.6 80.2 26.8
Oct 76.0 24.4 78.7 25.9 81.1 27.3
Nov 77.4 25.2 80.1 26.7 81.8 27.7
Dec 78.8 26.0 81.6 27.6 83.4 28.5

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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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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.

“Lomaiviti is nationally significant for its important role in reseeding Fiji’s reefs and providing fish refuges.”

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