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Diving in Wakaya

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When to go to Wakaya

The water is warm, around 25-26C/82-85F most of the time, so divers can dive year-round. The air temperature averages 27-30C/89-98F. The period from December to March brings lots of rain and wind, which means less visibility in the water. Usually the visibility is between 15-30m/49-98ft. The current around this destination doesn’t stronger than 2 knots. What to see The schools of barracudas, whitetip reef sharks, rays, snappers, stingrays, and groupers inhabit the rocks around here. Smaller species include colorful dartfish, blue tangs, crustaceans, gobies, eels, and unusual nudibranchs.

Scuba diving in Wakaya

Wakaya is an island in Fiji famous for its private resorts and spas, untouched ecosystems, and beautiful lagoons. It has interesting cliff topography and some hotels/resorts offer opportunities to learn about Fijian culture by observing local traditions. This island is a beautiful dive destination and the waters are warm all year. Wakaya has something inviting for divers of all levels who come to discover the South Pacific. It has some colorful and bright coral reefs, steep walls covered by purple sea fans, swim-throughs with some overhangs, and marvelous macro life worth taking a picture. Most popular dive sites The most well-known dive site around Wakaya is Blue Ridge, with a wall going down to 30m/98ft, plateau covered with soft and hard corals and abundance of marine life.