Snorkeling in Fiji
Warm waters, safe seas, stunning marine life - in the soft coral capital of the world.
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.
During the week-long holiday, an experienced marine biologist will give three talks on the marine environment. On the first day, he will come with you for an introductory snorkel, and the next day he will guide the snorkel and point out some of the wonders of the ocean on a field trip. During the rest of the week, you will be accompanied by our staff, who will guide you to the best spots for snorkeling!
$1500 per person twin share / $1850 single room
Dates for 2022
Jan 16 – 23; March 12 – 19; May 8 – 15; June 19 – 26;
Sep 18 – 25; Oct 15 – 22; Dec 3 – 10
If these dates don’t suit, please let us know and we’ll see what we can arrange.
Fiji’s Place in the Coral Triangle
The Coral Triangle is a marine area located in the western Pacific Ocean. It stretches from Indonesia and Malaysia in the west to the Philippines in the north, and Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste, the Solomon Islands and Fiji in the east. Its name comes from the staggering number of corals found in the area: nearly 600 different species of reef-building corals alone. The region is home to:
- Six of the world’s seven marine turtle species
- And more than 2000 species of reef fish.
- Over 120 million people live in the Coral Triangle and rely on its coral reefs for food, income and protection from storms.
- The Coral Triangle has more coral reef fish diversity than anywhere else in the world: 37% of the world’s coral reef fish species (6,000), and 56% of the coral reef fishes in the Indo-Pacific region (4,050).
Fiji lies at the eastern extremity of the triangle and with a population of under one million, is a less populated area. Nevertheless, the reefs are an integral part of life there, and Fiji boasts an abundance of soft corals – as well as many beautiful hard corals.
Package Programme: Daily guided snorkeling trips and three evening marine biology lectures.
Suitability: Relative fitness required, you should be able to swim at least 25 metres.
Excursions: We can take you to visit our gorgeous waterfall, and take you to see the local village to meet the local villagers.
Food: We’ll be serving mixed international, Fijian and Indian food.
Itinerary: You’ll arrive in Savusavu on Saturday morning, with an introductory snorkel later that day. This holiday incorporates daily snorkeling trips, with a break-day on Wednesday to relax and explore the area. You will depart the following Saturday.
You’ll stay with us at Daku Resort, Fiji.
Accommodation is packaged with your course, and there are a variety of comfortable lodgings available during your stay with us at Daku Resort.
What to do in your free time.
In your free time, you can enjoy a range of activities inside and outside of our resort. Please note that some activities, such as massages and those requiring equipment hire, may have additional costs.
DepartureDaku Resort, Fiji
IncludedAccommodationAll Workshop FeesLectures & ExcursionsMeals & DrinksTransfers from Savusavu Airport
Not IncludedEquipment & SuppliesFlights/TravelNon-Course ActivitiesTravel Insurance
- relax by the pool
- wander round the town
- hike the estate
- take out a kayak