Throughout the months of April and November every year, you have the opportunity to help celebrate and record Fiji’s amazing coral reef biodiversity, show you care about our world’s delicate coral reef systems, and have fun, by taking part in the FIJI-WIDE SHAR
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.
University of the South Pacific Lower Campus Foreshore
Laucala bay road
18° 9' 1.8396" S, 178° 27' 14.9832" E
The University of the South Pacific (USP) School of Marine Studies (SMS) Student Association 'Wantok Moana' will be carrying out its "on-going" Coastal/Beach Cleanup at the USP Lower Campus in Fiji. Wantok Moana is expecting more than 30+ volunteered students and staff members altogether to take part in this environmental effort by collecting debris (i.e.
Breathe Deep Diving, Fiji will be Diving Against Debris every day from 22nd September to the 30th September in Nasau Bay, Vanua Levu. A stunning bay, well away from roads and towns and people. A surprising amount of debris has been noted in this area, possibly connected to the passing daily ferry and items dropped or thrown overboard washing into the bay.
Our latest addition to the Ratu Kini Dive Team - Sami-Reid Cooney, only just got certified as a Divemaster with us... but she's been working hard for months trying to inspire the guests to help save the sharks! MORE