Scott’s Reef

Scott’s reef is easily accessed by boat and is only a 15 minute journey. Upon entry, it could appear as a very steep wall, but swim for 2 minutes in either direction and you can start to discover the cracks and corners off the reef. It starts shallow but drops down to a maximum depth of 39m.

Angel fish, Trigger fish, turtles and anemone fish are often spotted along the reef as well as some lovely colourful corals. Tawny nurse sharks have also been known to visit as well.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 16 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Drift Dive
  • Snorkeling
  • Wall/Drop Off
  • Macro Spot

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Found along the southern reef wall of Yanuca Island is golden reef. At the edge of a reef, this gradual drop off hosts many different corals and fish. It’s easily accessible by boat with only a 10 minute journey from the shore. Starting shallow, it slowly tapers down to a deeper depth of around 35m.

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Just a 5 minute boat ride from the Shore and tucked between a gap in the reef is a small “sandpatch“. The dive site sits at 18M and has ropes set out at the bottom of mooring lines at 12m & 18M for divers to hold onto and watch the sharks feed! The surrounding reef is also home to a good mix of Bio diversity.

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Hidden between two large reefs, this cave dive offers an exciting adventure into the unknown. Whilst using torches to light the way, see some of the creatures which hide within and enjoy an easy yet exhilarating dive.

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Just 8 minutes away by boat, this reef really lives up to its name. With a wide variety of corals and plenty of colours to see, its never a dull dive. Watch the edge of the reef slowly bank down as the beauty rock formations create lots of places for marine life to hide.

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13 Minutes from the dive center is our most exciting drift dive. Good for both open water & advanced, enjoy floating along the coral covered reef with the help of a steady current to make it easy work! The MAX depth is around 30m.

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Tucked just inside Natadola bay, this reef dive is a great dive with depths of 25m and includes some lovely coral overhangs. Being inside the bay and using mooring lines, access to this reef is very easy!

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This wall dive exceeds depths of 20m and even includes several swim throughs to add even more adventure to your dive. The swim through and the wall make a great combination of different dive types.

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Elijah’s Reef

Large submerged hard coral reef ranging from 1-15 meters in depth with an average visibility of 15m, multiple caverns, and swim-throughs. There is a low current and easy reef walls which make for a great relaxing dive for beginners.

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Beautiful shallow reef starting in 1msw & dropping off to 18msw alive with healthy soft & hard corals, suitable for novice divers & anyone seeking colour & abundent macro marine life.

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Tavuniko Point

Tavuniko Point is a dive site boasting multiple large cleaning stations along a ledge and wall to increase the opportunity to see Reef sharks having their mouth and gills cleaned. The wall has many fan corals and a maximum depth of around 40m at the bottom and 12m at the top.

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