Volivoli Beach is located on the northernmost tip of Viti Levu, Fiji’s main island, just a ten-minute drive from the town of Rakiraki or a two hour and a half to three-hour scenic drive from Nadi International Airport. You’ll find the journey to Volivoli Beach is memorable in itself, with beautiful views over the coast, jungle, and remote Fijian villages.
The reefs in the surrounding Bligh Waters 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 anemone fish, turtles, colorful soft coral and reef sharks. Most of the best sites are no more than 20 minutes by boat from Volivoli Beach.
These sites are a mixture of walls, bommies and drift dives, all of which are teaming with life and color. For those seeking a real thrill ‘Breathtaker’ is a deep reef dive to see an incredible display of large fish, white tip, black tip, whalers and grey reef sharks. The Papuan Explorer a popular wreck dive, situated in 65 feet of water, is Fiji’s largest and most accessible wreck and is teaming with marine life.