Located in the western part of Fiji, the Mamanucas and Yasawa Islands offer water sports and accommodations to delight everyone. Underwater topography includes walls, bommies and channels, a perfect mix for a range of diving abilities.
The Mamanuca group is accessed by speed boat or seaplane and is home to a range of properties, including Tokoriki and Castaway. The areas of Beachcomber and Treasure Island are marine sanctuaries. Gotham City’ is renowned for its batfish population, and shark lovers should dive ‘Supermarket'. Divers should also explore the underwater delights of ‘Plantation Pinnacle’ with its undercuts, tunnels and myriad of fish and corals.
The volcanic Yasawa chain extends 90 kilometres in a straight line to the north of the sweeping arc of the Mamanucas. ‘The Zoo’ is a popular dive site with schools of walu, trevally and barracuda also enjoying the steep wall exposed to strong currents. The wall is covered in colourful sea fans and soft coral with invertebrates found living in the overhangs. West of the Yasawas is a vast area of virgin reefs, islands and tiny islets.
This is the driest and warmest area in Fiji, so you can practically count on sunshine all year round.
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