Rakiraki and Bligh Water - Local diving for all levels includes colourful reef flats, pinnacles and canyons all featuring vibrant soft corals. The more distant dive sites of Bligh Water, considered among Fiji's best, are dived most days, weather permitting. No diving on days of arrival and departure.
Resort diving includes:
Dives, unlimited self-guided shore dives, boat rides to dive sites, experienced English-speaking divemaster (maximum 8 divers per DM), drinking water, soft drinks, hot drinks, snacks, tanks, weights and weightbelts, diving tax.
Night dives (minimum 6 divers, approx. US$ 65 per dive), scuba equipment (approx. US$ 25 per day), dive computer, dive insurance. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival.
Resort accommodation includes:
Bed, breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinking water, taxes.
Soft drinks, hot drinks snacks, alcoholic drinks, return resort transfers to/from airport (approx. US$ 300 (one to two passengers)), internet access. If you are a single person it is compulsory to pay for a single supplement. Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival.
How to get there:
Volivoli Resort is located nearby Rakiraki village on the northernmost tip of Viti Levu, Fiji's main island. The resort is 2 hours scenic drive from Nadi International Airport. Taxis and buses are available from the airport. Alternatively, we can arrange for the resort to collect you. For more information see our Viti Levu travel information section.
Dive clubs and group discounts:
Pay for 10 guests and receive 2 extra places free of charge.
If this is your only planned visit to Fiji then we strongly recommend that you consider a 2 night add-on stay at the Uprising Beach Resort, Pacific Harbour on Viti Levu, to allow you to witness the not-to-be-missed shark feed diving. This option is also convenient as it is located close to both the international gateway airports in Fiji - Nadi and Suva.