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Great White Wall

   Fiji  Pacific
Fiji is known for it's huge sea fans and soft corals, along with mantas, hammerheads and big pelagics. The diving is for all levels with shallow and deep reefs, ledges, wall diving, lagoons and wrecks. Dive sites are the Great White Wall, Purple and Red Wall, Yellow Wall, Rainbow Reef and the Pinnacle. At Beqa you will find a reef-filled lagoon with it's outer reefs having drop-offs that can plunge up to a mile down bringing in sharks and pelagics. Diving is all year, although there is normally a plankton bloom from February thro March. The water here is warm, but a lightweight wetsuit or lycra suit will give protection from abrasion etc.

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Papua New Guinea

   Papua New Guinea  Pacific
The reefs here are still pretty pristine, and hard and soft corals are numerous in the lagoons, and around the islands and reefs. There is diving for every level of experience, deep reefs, shallow coral gardens, walls and of course WWII wrecks. The main diving areas are Madang for coral and Hansa Bay where you will encounter many shallow wrecks. Tufi has the fjords of Cape Nelson and Wlindi has sone of the most spectacular pinnacle and reef diving. There are also many live-aboard boats that visit the Islands and coral atolls. A lightweight wetsuit or lycra suit is advisable as protection from abrasion etc. The wet season is from December - April but diving is all year round.

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Solomon Islands

   Solomon islands  Pacific
There is diving for every level here, with reef and wall diving along with numerous wrecks. There is endless opportunities for the underwater photographer. Brilliant soft corals, huge sea fans and hard corals, along with turtles, shoals, manta rays and the occassional hammerhead.

Wrecks are most prolific on the seabed in Guadalcanal, and Gizo also has many wrecks. The wet season here is November to April when severe storms can arrive, but diving is available all year round although the best time is from April - October.

For protection against sharp coral etc. a lightweight wetsuit or lycra suit is advised.

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Blue Corner

   Palau  Pacific
This has got to be one of the Worlds' best dives!

It has everything. The Marine life is big and small but with a roaring current you don't really have time to examine the colorful wall. It's hold on to your hat time and go with the flow.

The large pelagics are wall to wall and there is nothing more thrilling than to see the multidudinous sharks dart in for a nibble of some fish.

Predation is the name of the game and this is why the critters are so profuse I guess.

As you fly along (and that's what it is like) you need to be aware of where your group is (obviously) and watch your depth.

I was a bit wary getting in as there were huge breakers at the top of the drop off. Your dive master should put you in a ways off, get down quick and get to the wall.

The local dive guides are good, but perhaps a bit slack so tell 'em what you want.


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Cape Saunders

   New Zealand  Pacific
You can reach the site via a track which can get muddy when it rains so a 4 wheel drive would be a good idea. Park at the locked gate with the koha box on the post, and follow the fenceline down the hill in an Easterly direction. Be wary of the route down the cliffs as some concentration is required! Make sure that your shore party are strong and fit and can help you get in and out of the water (confidence is needed here)!
The Cape is very exposed to the south, and therefore should not be attempted with any sort of southerly swell. If you can see signs of breaking water at the island then don't attempt it. In good conditions this is a fantastic dive for the experienced diver. The cliffs plunge straight into the sea and there are reefs to explore with lots of cracks, crevices and caves. There is a seal colony close by that can also make for good photographic subjects.

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