Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa Fiji Special Dive Package
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- There are as many as 20 dive and snorkel sites that are only 5-10 minutes boat ride away from Koro Sun Resort
- There are a few ‘cleaning station' sites for big fishes, sharks and stingrays nearby that divers can experience
- There are 2 world-renowned dive sites up north – the Namena Marine Reserve and Somosomo Strait Great White Wall in Taveuni
- The Namena Marine Reserve and associated barrier reef system are home to a remarkable variety of fish, invertebrate, and coral species. They are also home to the only known humpback whale calving site in Fiji. Additionally, the beaches of Namenalala, a small island within the horse shoe shaped barrier reef are a significant nesting site for endangered hawksbill and green sea turtles.
- Our 2 bedroom garden bure newly ‘refreshed' interior with pop of color soft furnishing, artwork and Fijian woodcarving decor
- Arrival RAT test mandatory pre-booking between 48-72 hours of arrival into Fiji. Book here: https://entrytestfiji.com/ and you can read more here.
- Fiji Tourism Expo held at Denarau in early May saw our international partners grace our shores for 3 networking days and business meetings with suppliers. Fiji Airways also announced the resumption of direct flights from Nadi to Adelaide from July 4th twice weekly after 3 years
- The all-new Matai Program for travel, trade and media launched by Tourism Fiji – sign up here and check it out for yourself
- Fiji Airways started its direct flights to Suva from Sydney and Auckland twice weekly yesterday, June 27th giving visitors another option to travel up to Savusavu on a 45 min Fiji Link flight
Savusavu, the tourist hot spot in the north is being developed as the first ‘Blue Town' model in Fiji and the Pacific that will merge marine conservation and economic opportunities for island nations and their communities to play a pioneering role in developing a circular blue economy. Savusavu will pursue seven result areas (framework, marine conservation, sustainable livelihoods, eco-tourism, education, renewable energy and recycling) that place the ocean at the heart of economic development and that will ensure that the town preserves and improves the health of the marine environment which is the basis of its economy.
Photo credit: Oliver Bolch & Ocean Ventures