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Diving in Beqa Island

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When to go to Beqa Island

November to January sees stronger winds, so surface conditions can sometimes be rough during this time. Temperature ranges between 24-28C/75-82F throughout the year. Visibility varies between 10-30m/32-98ft, and stays at its best between July and September. What to see Coming here, divers can see sharks, octopus, turtles, leaf fish, manta rays, eagle rays and tuna, also in February, big numbers of barracuda can be met.

Scuba diving in Beqa Island

Beqa Island is an island in Fiji, an outlier to the main island of Viti Levu, situated 10 km/6mi to the south. The closest international airport is Nadi from where you got to get a bus or taxi to Navua (155 km) and then a ferry to Beqa Island. The island was once christened "The Mecca of Pacific Diving". There is a fringing reef around the island made up of colorful corals. The area was famed for its incredibly varied sites which were home to some great bommies and rocky pinnacles as well as some of the best pelagic fish encounters in Fiji. Most popular dive sites The most popular sites are Carpet Cove (which features not only beautiful soft corals but also an interesting wreck), Fantasy, Shark Dive, Soft, Caesar’s Rocks, and Coral Plateau. Shark Dive offers the best shark watching experience in the world. Divers get a chance to see 8 species of sharks - tiger, bull sharks, nurse sharks, lemon sharks, grey reef, silver tips, black tips and white tips, as well as lots of big black jacks, napoleon wrasse and red snappers. Diving is suitable for beginners and intermediate divers.