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Fiji Below the Water : Snorkeling in Fiji : 16 – 23 November

New in 2013: Full day trip to world-famous Namena Marine reserve

16 – 23 November

(if these dates don’t suit you, please contact us; we are often able to arrange small groups at other times)

A fantastic week of snorkelling, learning and exploring in Fiji

8 Days / 7 Nights

The reefs around Vanua Levu provide some of the most rewarding snorkelling in the world – a chance to see the famous soft corals of Fiji, swim amongst clouds of sergeant majors, anthias, damsel fish and jack fish, and see sharks, rays and turtles.

For the first time we will be offering a day trip to Namena Marine Reserve on the boats of the dive operation at the  Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort. The dive company, L’Aventure Jean-Michel Cousteau, has been exploring these waters for over 20 years. The trip to the Namena Marine Reserve is one of its jewels. Whilst the divers go down deep, the snorkellers stay on the surface and enjoy the profusion of marine life in this protected area.

In the evenings, an experienced marine biologist will give talks on the marine environment and brief you on the next day’s snorkel. He will come with you to guide the snorkel and point out some of the wonders of the ocean on an all-day field trip.

Below the water is definitely the centre of the week, but we’ll also show you a lot of Fiji above the water. Visits to schools, farms and villages are included.


Single supplement $350.
Includes accommodation, all meals, excursions, equipment.

Not included: Travel – but we are happy to help book your domestic flights if you’d like, and we’ll pick you up from Savusavu airport.

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Snorkeling in Fiji

Marine Biologist Johnny Singh studied at the University of the South Pacific in Suva. He has worked in Savusavu for the past 6 years and knows the reefs and marine life of the area intimately. He is a keen underwater photographer and illustrates his talks with his own wonderful photos and videos. He is a passionate conservatioist, and his enthusiasm for ocean life is contagious.

Snorkeling in Fiji

Itinerary at a Glance

The course runs for 7 days; the last day is a travel day.

You should book your flights to arrive in Savusavu on the first flight from Nadi at 7.00am on Saturday – and you are welcome to arrive earlier in the week or stay on later – we’ll just charge you at regular room rates less 15% if you’re on the course.

Introductory lecture and field trip with Johnnie Singh.

Field trip day with Johnnie Singh.

Morning: Field trip.
Afternoon: Town Visit.
Evening: Lecture on Conceptual Coral Reefs

Morning: Field trip.
Afternoon:Pearl farm visit.
Tapa demonstration.

Morning: Field trip.
Picnic lunch and boat / beach trip.
Evening : Lecture on ‘Cities under the sea’

Morning: Field trip.
Afternoon: Excursion tolocal village.
Evening dinner in town.

Morning: Field trip.
Afternoon: Free
Evening: Lecture on Coral Critters

Leaving Ceremony and departure to Nadi.


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