The location of this site, right in the heart of Savusavu Bay, makes it one the best dive sites for all levels. It is a coral garden which features an array of multicoloured hard and soft coral and varies in depth from 16 to 20 metres. You can expect to see lionfish, harlequin filefish and butterfly fish.
Several sites abound at this destination. A great deep dive, about 30 metres with large amounts of fish including groupers and snappers and octopus.
Depth varies from 10 mtres to 100 mtres plus. An isolated reef scattered with coral heads covered in multi-coloured soft corals, Spanish mackerel, coral trout and unicorn fish
Depth around 18 – 20 metres. A fantastic site as you are able to swim completely around the reef. A large reef fish population and hard and soft corals guarantees there is plenty to see .
30 metres plus. Located just off the coast of Cousteau Resort this dive involves swimming along a hard Coral reef finger where there is a huge school of 50-60 barracuda. Also seen here often are hammerheads and batfish (30 minutes)
Depth around 12 metres. The nuggets are two coral heads. One is a huge array of yellow soft corals surrounded by schools of fairy basslets, masked banner fish, leaf fish with jacks and barracuda circling. The second is covered in garden soft corals. Lionfish, scorpion fish, nesting trigger fish and moray eels are abundant.
This spectacular wall features gigantic sea fans at depths
This vertical drop off supports huge gorgonian fans. Large tuna, spotted sweetlips, mackerel, barracuda and bronze whalers lurk in the depths below.
Depth 20 – 30 metres. Located “ Around the Corner” from the Lighthouse. Turtles abound in this area and can been seen regularly. Large fish varieties frequent the area on the incoming and outgoing tides. Many fan and plate corals can be seen also.
Mooring line at 6 metres and then descends to 30 metres plus. This site is an open water large patch reef where small reef sharks often lurk underneath large mushroom shaped corals. The up current end has good flow and huge aggregations of reef fish and larger pelagic life
18 metres plus. This site is known for a beautiful spur and groove reef system, jutting fringes of hard coral alternating with high flow grooves plus painted crayfish, giant tridacna clams and eagle rays
Swim through beautiful grottos of hard coral extending into vast unexplored canyons. See reef sharks resting in the grottos
A maze of swim throughs, overhangs and chambers hide white tip reef sharks resting on sandy bottoms. Giant Mouri wrasse and grouper can be found hiding here also .
One for the more advanced diver. This spectacular drop off features giant gorgonians covered with feather stars. It’s one of the best dive sites to watch for sea turtles and large fish.