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Fiji Dive Adventure 2022
April 10-17, 2022
Few places in the world are as beautiful as Fiji. Join Key Largo Dive Center on this on 7 night trip to the world famous Beqa Lagoon Resort, April 10-17, 2022. This trip is scheduled to be a perfect fit with our 2022 Solomon Islands trip. You can sign up for either the Solomon Islands trip, or the Fiji trip, or enjoy both trips back-to-back.
$1,899 per diver. Limited space. First come-first booked based upon receipt of deposit. Fee includes lodging, diving, and meals. Airfare not included.
Our prices are for cash/check payments. Our credit card processing fee of 4% will be added for all credit card deposits and or follow up payments to KLDC.
Deposit $700/diver. Full payment due within 30 days unless signed up for our payment plan which allows you to spread out the payment over several months. Contact us for details. These prices are for cash or check payments, credit card charges incur a 4% processing/service fee.
The suggested itinerary is to fly Fiji Airways from LAX to Fiji to Guadalcanal. Enjoy a week onboard the PNG Master exploring the aircraft, submarine, and shipwrecks of Iron Bottom Sound in the Solomon Islands April 2-9, 2022. Then return to Fiji and begin a week in Fiji before flying back to the USA on Fiji Airways. If you’re not participating in the Solomon Islands trip then just fly roundtrip non-stop from LAX to Fiji on Fiji Airways, or on other airlines by various routes. We almost always recommend non-stop flights whenever available.
- All dives include boat, 80 cuft/12 liter tank(s), boat operator, guide, weights, weight belt, towel, beverages, snack, emergency kit, emergency oxygen, life vest and Equipment Valet Service.
- Enriched Air Nitrox (EAN 32) is charged extra
- Wi-Fi is available for 24 hours at a charge of US$ 12.00 and for a period of 1 week (7 days = 168 hours) US$ 70.00.
- Packages include 3 gourmet meals daily. Dining is family style in our open-air beachfront Bure Kalou. Each day you will have a different menu of options to choose from including wonderful vegetarian selections. If you have any special dietary requirements, please advise upon reservations.
- Meals include coffee and tea; Juice and milk with breakfast. Other beverages are available for purchase.
- Our water is pure spring water from surrounding mountains and is safe to drink. Bottled water is also available for purchase at the main bar and mini-bars. Complimentary filtered water dispenser is also available in the main bure for your use.
- Flights from LAX, SFO and HNL to Fiji are offered via Fiji Airways. The International carrier departs 3 to 4 times per week in both directions. Due to crossing the International dateline on the southbound flight and you will lose a day (ie leave the USA a day earlier than your arrival day)
- All electrical power is 240 volts and the socket is Australian style with 3 prongs. You will need an adapter and may need a converter to operate 110 or 120 volt appliances. Please check, most modern devices will state that they may be used for 110-250V. We do however offer a 110 volt panel and USB chargers in the main office.
- USA and Canadian & European Union travelers must have a passport that is valid at least 6 months after their return travel date. A visa is not required.
- Individual tipping is not customary in Fiji. Staff members do not expect to be tipped at any time. If you have enjoyed your stay and the service you have received, you may show your appreciation by making a contribution to the employee Christmas Fund when you depart the resort. Everyone on the Fijian staff, even those behind the scenes, will share this fund at end of year.
- No inoculations are needed for travel to Fiji.
Diving in Fiji:
Discover the delights of the world’s ‘Soft Coral Capital’
There’s a reason that seasoned scuba divers are drawn to Fiji – other than the friendly locals of course! Stunning green islands meet warm coastal seas with vibrant coral reef cities filled with fish and coral. Once the curse of yesteryear’s sailing ships, Fiji’s maze of brilliant coral reefs are now celebrated for their diversity of habitat and marine life. Even dive greats like Jean Michel Cousteau call it paradise. Some of the world’s longest barrier reefs can be found here; the ‘Great Sea Reef’ and the ‘Great Astrolabe Reef’ and multiple world class dive sites like ‘Grand Central Station’, Nigali Passage and the ‘Great White Wall’.
Over 1200 species of fish and several hundred types of flower-like corals and sponges will have you aching to discover the alien world beneath the waves. An abundance of dive resorts and operators offer guests PADI or SSI affiliated dive operators are scattered throughout Fiji’s top dive regions. Kids as young as 8 are able to safely discover scuba with programs like ‘Bubblemaker’. Whether you’re just finding your way around a BCD jacket, are keen to explore infamous sites like the ‘Great White Wall’, or log your next dive adventure on a liveaboard, you’ll find that diving here is worth the plane ticket.
Wreck Diving in Fiji
There’s no denying the surreal beauty of an underwater wreck as it peers at you from the ocean’s dark depths. Ghostly and strange, it appeals to our curious nature, drawing us to explore deeper.
Though some wrecks are accidents, others are deliberately sunk for the surprising benefits they bring to the marine environment. At least that’s how it is in the tropics where almost all wrecks become false reefs over time. They attract pioneering coral and bevies of fish and critters to their numerous nooks and crannies. Given enough time, the wreck’s familiar lines morph into a beautiful collection of curious characters that make for a delightful and interesting dive.
Wreck diving in Fiji is enjoyable because of our large, sheltered lagoons and excellent water visibility. You’ll find wrecks scattered across the seafloor throughout Fiji and many professional PADI or SSI accredited dive operators to help you explore them.
One of Fiji’s most popular wreck dives is the Tasu 2, a longline fishing vessel at the Beqa Lagoon’s ‘Seven Sisters’ dive site. Other accessible wrecks include the WWII bomber plane wreck off Beachcomber Island and another more recent one near Tivua Island in the Mamanuca islands.
If you choose a wreck dive, remember that some wrecks require special skills to navigate. It’s best not to enter them unless you’re an experienced diver. But swimming alongside, peeking into gaping holes and locating peculiar critters and fish can be just as enjoyable.
Pricing NameStartEndGroup (Min-Max)Pricing
- 7 Nights in Beqa Lagoon, Fiji
- 4 Two-Tank Reef Boat Dives
- Free 2-Tank Shark Dive
- Unlimited Shore Diving
- DAN Dive Insurance
- Roundtrip Boat from Nadi Airport to Beqa Island
- 3 Gourmet Meals Daily
- Tanks, Weights
- Bar Tab