Lighthouse Reef Snorkeling Adventure

2 hours | Savusavu | S V U - 7 2 5
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The tiny town of Savusavu faces an expansive bay that supports some of the island's very best snorkeling spots. A two-hour excursion is the perfect amount of time to enjoy all the delights of this underwater paradise while still giving you time to explore all the town has to offer.

Climb aboard either the "Island Fever" or the "Island Paradise" that zooms along a scenic route to an area known as the Lighthouse Reef – situated at the tip of the bay's entrance. This famed snorkeling site is a well-protected refuge, home to numerous corals and a vibrant collection of fish and marine life. The reef has deep waters on one side and shallow waters on the other, offering a myriad of options for all diving abilities.

Your knowledgeable guide will distribute your equipment and orient you to the area. Splash in and discover a thriving ecosystem populated by numerous plate corals, soft spaghetti corals and schools of darting fish. Bring an underwater camera to enhance your experience as you spy such interesting species as the black-and-white sergeant fish, bright clownfish, trumpet fish, orange and purple anthias, pale green damsel fish, Maori wrasse and humphead wrasse. Giant clams, grouper and parrotfish are also commonly seen closer to the coral formations.

If you're lucky, graceful sea turtles, frequently seen in these waters, will come out to say hello, and you might even spy a friendly whitetip reef shark cruising the waters deep below.

Back on the boat, dry off and refresh with a bottle of Fiji water before heading back to port – admiring the dramatic volcanic landscape punctuated by swaying palms and white-sand beaches along the way.

Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding, etc.