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Diving in Namena Island
When to go to Namena Island
Namena Island offers amazing opportunities for divers all year. The average air temperature varies between 27-30C/89-98F, while the water always remains around 25-26C/82-85F. The rainy season takes place from December to April, which affects the water visibility. Outside of the rainy season, the visibility is quite good, up to 35m/115ft. The current ranges from light to moderate. What to see The highlight of this destination is its location on the migratory path for dolphins and various types of whales. Moreover, it serves as a nesting place for hawksbill and green sea turtles.
Scuba diving in Namena Island
Namena Island is a popular diving destination in the Lomaiviti Islands in Fiji. Due to being a part of protected marine area, Namena Island’s magnificent coral reefs stay healthy and untouched. The variety of dive sites allows divers of all levels to enjoy themselves and discover this new underwater world. Most popular dive sites Some of the most well known spots include Chimneys (with a sheer wall, cave and reef chimney) and North Save a Tack with its impressive types of sea snakes, barracudas, and grey reef sharks. The landscapes and interesting rock formations of other dive sites also deserve some exploration in search for beautiful macro life and variety of smaller species.