NAI'A offers the best of world-class scuba diving at an unrivalled variety of sites. NAI'A has found Fiji's finest diving.
As NAI'A prepares to depart for our 21st season of humpback whale swimming expeditions in Tonga, Fiji's water temperature is just about average and will continue to cool steadily for the next two months. Currently the water temperature is below 79°F (26°C). Most of our divers are wearing 5mm full wetsuits but a few of the brave are comfortable in 3mm full. Bring more layers if you feel the cold! For those of you joining us in Tonga, prepare for water 1-2°C cooler than in Fiji.
Recent, average and extreme water temperatures recorded over 21 years
More detailed graph of water temperatures. Note the significant variation from year to year.
Recent, average and extreme water temperatures
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.
NAI’A reefs have healthy populations of white-tip, hammerhead and grey reef sharks plus schooling trevally, barracuda, manta rays and other pelagics.
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.
“This trip was better than I expected. And I expected it to be pretty frickin’ great. Thanks to all the crew who made our first liveaboard so memorable.”