Scuba diving in Fiji is famously spectacular, and there is one dive in particular that has earned itself an international reputation as the best of its kind. This dive operates out of Pacific Harbour on Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu, and offers the unique opportunity to encounter no less than eight species of shark in a single dive. Known as the Beqa Lagoon shark dive, the experience takes place without the restraint of a cage and enables divers to come face-to-face with bull and tiger sharks, as well as tawny nurse sharks, lemon sharks, blacktip and white-tip reef sharks, grey…

Have you heard of “The Mecca of Pacific Diving”? A daunting title with a heavy load, this name applies to Beqa Lagoon (pronounced Benga). An area off the main island of Fiji, just south of Viti Levu, the Beqa Lagoon is a place that deserves such a description. Enhanced by its status of having one of the world’s largest barrier reefs, it is a masterpiece in underwater beauty. A scuba diving adventure that all should witness. Easy to get to for the foreign traveler, Beqa Lagoon is not far from the Fiji international airport. In fact, it is not unheard…