LocalisationVuna Reef - Fiji
Description du site
Meaning “Whale’s Tooth”, Tabua features a magnificent wall that drops all the way to forty meters, plus a shallow area with a gently sloped bottom of hard coral, where it is possible to encounter all manner of sea life – from small, brilliantly colored reef fish in the shallows, to large bull sharks, bronze whalers, grey, black tip, and white tip reef sharks, and even manta rays. Nudibranchs and crayfish can be found taking shelter in small grottoes along the wall, along with groupers and moray eels. With so many spectacular dives, it can be difficult to choose a favorite. No matter where you go though, you’re certain to encounter a wide variety of incredible marine life, plus you’ll make memories to last a lifetime. Fiji is a very popular place, so book your trip as soon as possible to ensure you can visit the sites that capture your attention most!