Dive daytrips in Bligh Water from Rakiraki are available all year around as follows:
1 dive - US$ 97 per diver
2 dives - US$ 184 per diver
4 dives - US$ 347 per diver
6 dives - US$ 505 per diver
8 dives - US$ 653 per diver
10 dives - US$ 785 per diver
Night dive - US$ 128 per diver
Note: a minimum of 2 divers and 3 days of diving is required to confirm a reservation.
Boats run every day, meet at the Ra Divers dive centre in Rakiraki at 8 am, return to Rakiraki around 1 pm on 2-tank dives and around 2:30 pm on 3-tank dives.
Daytrip prices normally include: Dives, boat rides to sites, experienced English-speaking divemaster (max. 8 divers per DM), drinking water, hot drinks, tanks, weights and weightbelts, and taxes.
Prices exclude (mandatory, unless customer provides own): Scuba equipment FD$ 55 per day. All the listed items need to be paid in cash on arrival.
Optional extras: Dive computer FD$ 20 per day, nitrox US$ 15 per tank, 15 litre tank FD$ 15 per dive, dive insurance, soft drinks.
A typical dive day starts at 8 am and includes 2 dives to explore one of the many reefs in the area or fascinating shipwrecks. Most of the best sites are no more than 20 minutes by boat from the launch point. After the first dive, fruit, biscuits and cake are served onboard along with drinking water and guests can enjoy a fresh water shower. The surface interval is followed by a second dive. On a 3-tank dive day a picnic lunch is served near one of the local tropical islands or a nearby beach.
We work with Ra Divers, a fully certified PADI and SSI Dive Resort and is one of Fiji’s longest established diving operations, and their staff are renowned for their local knowledge and expertise. There are 4 x 10m dive boats all equipped with marine radio, GPS and cell phones while emergency oxygen, marine first aid kits, flares, markers and life jackets are stowed onboard. The dive centre is equipped with rinse tanks and showers. All equipment is carried and washed daily by the resort's divemasters.
Their vast experience of diving the Bligh Waters has allowed their crew to handpick more than 50 superb dive sites for a truly unique experience. The reefs are some of the healthiest in the world, with very little pollution and few boats, so you’ll be able to see an array of marine life including anemonefish, turtles, colourful soft coral and reef sharks. Some of Volivoli's most popular dive sites are the fascinating wrecks of the Papuan Explorer and the Ovalau. The thrilling 'Breathtaker' deep reef site boasts an awesome display of large fish, whitetip, blacktip and grey reef sharks.
You might enjoy viewing our video library which shows some of the marine life you will encounter when diving in Fiji.
Note: these scuba day trips listed above are available to qualified divers only. If you have non diving partner who would like to get a taste of Fiji and its underwater world then we can also organize introductory dives (US$ 127) and courses.