Namena Marine Reserve

  • must see
From Boat
Diver Level
Average: not available
Maximum: 164 ft
Weak to strong
Average: 49.2 ft
Maximum: 164 ft

The Namena Marine Reserve is located between the two main islands of Fiji (Viti Levu and Vanua Levu). This dive site has reefs and a large number of corals, plants, and species of invertebrates.

When to go

The dive season is year-round here. April to October is the main season for scuba diving. From July to December the water is cooler, which reduces plankton activity enough for good visibility. November to April is summer. The water temperature averages 26-28C/79-82F during this time.

What to see

The Namena Marine Reserve is rich in healthy, colorful reefs and corals. An enormous number of bright tropical fish lives there, such as barracudas, jacks, red snapper, gray reef sharks, and different types of sea snakes.

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