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Diving in Volivoli

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When to go to Volivoli

Divers can delight in diving at Volivoli all year round. The monsoon season is from November to April. The best time to dive is the dry season, which runs from May to November. The best visibility is from July to September. June to August is the best time to see tiger sharks. The average sea temperature is 26C/78F from July to October and 28C/82F from February to June. Visibility: 30m/100ft. Currents are mild. What to see While scuba diving, divers and spot such beautiful creatures as anemonefish, reef sharks, turtles, arrays, eagle rays, shrimp, nudibranchs, and barracudas.

Scuba diving in Volivoli

Volivoli is a dedicated dive resort located on the charming northern point of the island of Fiji in Rakiraki. It is a wonderful combination of white-sand beaches, cays, and a warm climate throughout the year. The Volivoli Beach Resort is one of the leading places for scuba diving in Fiji. The reefs in Bligh Waters are some of the healthiest in Fiji. This bommies and reefs have pristine dive sites with few boats. There are over 50 sites, and first-rate dive sites are just 20 minutes by boat from the resort. Some of them are Breath-Taker, Black Magic, Yellow Mellow, Vatu Express, Golden Rim, Instant Replay, and Wheatfields. There are also amazing wrecks at Ovalau and the Papuan Explorer.