Diving in Fiji is an experience not to be missed. Fiji has some of the most beautiful, untouched and diverse reef ecosystems on earth.
Jacques Cousteau called Fiji the “soft coral capital of the world” but it is so much more. Fiji has over 390 coral species in a complex coral system housing over 1200 varieties of fish and a multitude of invertebrates. There are 7 known endemic species of fish in the Fijian waters and it's also a spawning ground for the endangered humphead wrasse and the world's largest parrot fish, the bumphead parrot fish.
Hawksbill Turtle5 of the world's 7 species of marine turtle are to be found in Fiji’s waters and the warm waters are also important migratory routes for 12 species of whale. The ecoregion is also home to some other unique marine life, like an endemic seabird, the Fiji petrel. With deep drop-offs, canyons, walls, gullies, caves and wide passages with strong currents Fiji has something for every diver.
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