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Diving in Kadavu

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When to go to Kadavu

Kadavu has a tropical climate without distinct seasons. The air temperature averages 22-26C/71-78F throughout the year. The average water temperature is 25-28C/77-82F. The best time to visit the area is from November to March. What to see Scuba diving at Kadavu has a huge range of marine species to be explored. Divers can admire manta rays, grouper, hawkfish, butterflyfish, and wrasses. There are also many types of corals, such as Acrapora, mustard corals, and green lettuce corals.

Scuba diving in Kadavu

Kadavu Island is the fourth-largest island in Fiji, and is the perfect place to experience Fiji’s national culture and traditions. Kadavu has unspoiled beaches, sun-kissed bays, and wild rainforests with plenty of species to admire. Kadavu has accommodations for everyone, from budget to luxurious. The island is a good spot for a quiet vacation for the whole family. The island is diving-oriented, because the Great Astrolabe Reef, which surrounds Kadavu, has various dive sites for all levels of divers. Diving at Kadavu is a genuine pleasure, because divers get a chance to explore one of the biggest barrier reefs in the world. The average depth is 20-30m/65-98ft, and currents are generally medium, around 1-2 knots. Most popular dive sites The most popular dive sites at Kadavu are Eagle Rock (many types of corals), Naiqoro Passage (a channel with colorful underwater plants), Sea Fan Alley (full of sea fans), Pacific Voyager (natural reefs), and Broken Stone (rock with caverns).