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Dive Kadavu IslandThe Kadavu island group lies 45 nautical miles south of Viti Levu, Fiji’s main island. Kadavu is the fourth largest island of Fiji and is a 45 minute flight from Nadi or a 30 minute flight from Suva. Ono Island is the second largest island in the group.

Kadavu is off the beaten track from Fiji’s mainstream tourist attractions and is an ideal location for taking a holiday, offering spectacular scenery and a glimpse of everyday Fijian lifestyle.The villages are conservative due to the isolation of the communities. There are very few roads and the islands are rugged and mountainous with beautiful bays, palm fringed beaches and narrow isthmuses. Surrounded by fringing coral reefs, the area is well suited for diving, snorkeling, fishing and surfing is possible in the winter months. Birdwatching, kayaking, waterfall hikes and village visits are also a good way to spend your time in Kadavu.

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  • Hotels and Resorts in Kadavu Island

    Scuba Diving in Kadavu Mai Dive Resort
    1.5hrs by boat from Kadavu Airport on Ono Island
    Pool: No
    Beach/Beachfront: Yes
    Bar: No
    Restaurant: 1
    Wifi: No
    Onsite Shop: No
    Gym: No
    Spa: No
    Onsite Dive Centre: Yes
    Scuba Diving in Kadavu Matava Resort
    45mins by boat from Kadavu Airport on Kadavu Island 
    Pool: No
    Beach/Beachfront: Yes
    Bar: 1
    Restaurant: 1
    Wifi: Yes
    Onsite Shop: No
    Gym: No
    Spa: Yes
    Onsite Dive Centre: Yes
  • Scuba Diving in Kadavu Island

    Dive Kadavu IslandThe south and eastern side of Kadavu is surrounded by the
    Great Astrolabe Reef, the world’s fourth largest barrier reef and one of Fiji’s premier dive locations.

    The reef stretches for over 100 kilometres. Rich ocean currents flowing through five passages in the Great Astrolabe Reef feed the waters resulting in extreme biodiversity of coral structures and marine life.

    The area houses manta cleaning stations and is often frequented by schools of barracuda, sea snakes, ribbon eels and the pristine, colourful hard and soft corals for which Fiji is renowned. There are walls, pinnacles and valleys, caverns and caves at varying depths.

    Diving is uncrowded and is conducted year round. The best visibility is in the winter months between August to October but the sea can be choppy. December to April has more rain but the seas are generally calmer. Water temperature ranges from 24ºC to 30ºC

  • Kadavu Island Liveaboards

    There are currently no liveabaords operating on regular basis in Kadavu Island

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