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We are a multi-awarded Ecotourism Operator and pride ourselves in offering our Clients the highest standards of Comfort, Service, Professionalism and above all, Safety.

We are the Stewards of Shark Reef Marine Reserve and run Fiji’s first and original Big Fish and Shark Dive. We also dive beautiful Beqa Lagoon, the Soft Coral Capital of the Word, and provide for PADI training all the way up to Dive Master.

Beqa Adventure Divers runs the world's No.1 Shark Dive.  Featuring up to eight regular species of sharks and close to 300 different species of fish, shark diving in Fiji doesn't get any better.

On The Shark Dive you will be able to witness Blacktip Reef Sharks, Whitetip Reef Sharks, Grey Reef Sharks, Silvertip Sharks, Tawny Nurse Sharks, Sicklefin Lemon Sharks, Bull Sharks and the occasional Tiger Shark.  In addition, you can also encounter Giant Grouper, Maori Wrasse, Rainbow Runners, Giant Trevally, Java Morays, Eagle Rays and more...

All this on one single dive, a mere 10 minute ride from our dive base on our state of the art hydrofoil cata maran dive vessel, "MV Predator".

"The Best Shark Dive in The World"

Ron & Valerie Taylor, Shark Diving Pioneers


Beqa Adventure Divers has worked closely with the Government of Fiji and the traditional owners of Shark Reef to have it designated as a protected Marine Park.  We are involved in cutting-edge research with an international team of scientists to better understand the bull shark population of Shark Reef Marine Reserve and have set up a comprehensive database about The Shark Dive; all of this with the aim of learning more about these majestic and endangered animals and contributing to their long-term survival.

Beqa Adventure Divers' highly experienced and friendly crew have a traditional covenant with the sharks of Beqa Lagoon and have conducted the shark diving since 1998.  We would like to share with you our love and respect for the marine environment and its inhabitants.

Come and meet our special friends beneath the sea.

rob allen - beqa adventure divers fiji03

 

 
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