Once again it is time for all of the divers and snorkellers that visit the beautiful waters of Fiji to take part in The Great Fiji Shark Count, and Dive Wananavu is no different. Every time we hit the water throughout the month of April we will be makring down all of the shark, turtle and ray species we see (or don't, it all goes to help the scientists!).
All of the information that we collect will help towards trying to get a better idea of Fiji's shark populations so that they can be better protected.
An outpouring of support from the scuba diving community for critical CITES protections
Five species of highly traded sharks, both manta rays and one species of sawfish were listed under CITES at the conclusion of CoP16 held this month in Bangkok, Thailand. Delegates from 170 countries considered 70 proposals affecting more than 300 species, including eight of some of the most vulnerable sharks and manta rays.
We will be hosting the first of many beach clean ups focusing on the beautiful stretch of beach between Manglaralto and Montañita. Combining the love that the community of surfers, divers and tourists have of this amazing bay.
The staff of Eco-resort Bartolome Kamala have volunteered to join us with our efforts to keep Montañita beautiful.
We will be offering discounted dive experiences and discounted accommodation at the incredible Bartolome for participants.
Jl. Raya Gilimanuk, Singaraja Km. 17 Desa Pajarakan
8° 8' 2.3496" S, 114° 33' 28.3572" E
On December 1st 2012 Blue Season Bali will take part in a big underwater and beach clean-up event in Menjangan National Park.
Menjangan is located in the far North West of Bali, and forms an important part in the West Bali National Park. Besides the amazing wild life, such as deer, monkeys, and endemic birds, guests can enjoy world-class wall dives, stunning marine life and incredibly clear waters.