Fiji is a paradise that beckons one like a soft whisper, once you have been to Fiji you will want to return because nothing can prepare you for the amazing azure blue and aquamarine lagoons, miles of sparkly white sand beaches, rainforests, mountains, beautiful flowers, and lovely warm, friendly people of Fiji! Oh and the Diving is Superb!
Close your eyes and let the warm breeze caress your skin as you sip on your drink and let all your stresses melt away. Make your way down the beach surrounding Bligh Waters, which is considered by tourists and locals alike, to have the most fantastic diving in all of Fiji, down to the Wananavu Beach Resort.
Quiet, relaxing and pristine, Wananavu Beach Resort is an upscale, secluded tropical paradise with a full service spa, a swimming pool with a waterfall, restaurant, bar, boutiques, and dive shop. Best of all, it is literally footsteps away from the Bligh. There is shore diving as well dive boats that operate daily. You can venture out to the Sailstone Reef only 10 – 15 minutes away featuring over twenty sites or you can take on the Vatu-I-Ra Passage and the legendary Bligh Waters, 45 to 80 minutes by boat, over 20 sites and one of the most insane diving sites in the world. Known for 1000s of fish frenzies, critters, soft coral in vibrant colors, big pelagics, rays, turtles, sharks and more soft corals. You won’t forget this experience and the loveliness of Fiji anytime soon!
Every color in the rainbow, plus some that are not quite definable is under the water waiting for your discovery. Swimming with the fishes takes on a whole new meaning as you discover sea life that does not exist anywhere else in the world. For some of the best diving in Fiji and wonderful staff try the Wananavu Beach Resort, located about two and half hours by road from Nadi International Airport and touted, as the very best Fiji has to offer. After two trips to Fiji I wouldn’t hesitate at the chance to make a third trip, it was that incredible. Pack your gear, jump on a plane and see for yourself!
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