The island nation of Indonesia straddles the equator between the Indian and Pacific Oceans and lies at the heart of the ‘Coral Triangle’ - the epicentre of the world’s marine biodiversity. Nowhere on earth can visitors experience such a range of spectacular diving - from encounters with huge whale sharks and oceanic manta rays, to muck dives with beautiful Rhinopias and the exceedingly rare psychedelic frogfish.
The Pacific is a vast blue wilderness punctuated by isolated arcs of green - chains of islands that rise from the oceanic depths as towering pinnacles of rock, coral and lush forests. Visitors can dive pristine reefs and historic wrecks, encounter sharks and manta rays, explore the beautiful landscapes and stunning beaches, and immerse themselves in the welcoming cultures. The Pacific is surely the ultimate divers adventure destination.
- Dive the stunning reefs of Fiji’s - the ‘Soft coral capital of the world’
- Encounter tiger sharks, bull sharks and more in Fiji & French Polynesia
- Explore the famous Rock Islands of Palau
- Dive with manta rays in Fiji & Palau
Best time to visit: Year round, but November & April to May are recommended
- Encounter bull sharks and more at some of the world’s most exhilarating shark dives
- Dive the ‘The Soft Coral Capital of the World’ with its spectacularly-colourful reefs
- Relax and immerse yourself in Fiji’s welcoming, vibrant culture and beautiful natural landscapes
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Best time to visit: Year round. Winter has better visibility, summer more marine life
- Stingrays galore and and very healthy fish populations
- Kelp forests, huge caves and dramatic underwater landscapes
- Good chance of spotting whales and dolphins - including Orca