Over the past few months our construction team have been keeping busy with extensions and renovations to the Ra Bar on the beach creating a magical location for anyone seeking magnificent sunsets, enjoying a relaxing beachside meal and of course appreciating some ice cold local beers or our crazy
After a great success with our recent Sea Turtle Ecology and the Shark Ecology specialty courses (which are still available for anyone who missed out first time around) we wanted to launch the Manta and Ray Ecology specialty course to help out during what is still
After a great success with last month’s Sea Turtle Ecology specialty course we wanted to now offer the Shark Ecology specialty course to help out during what is probably a period with a lot of spare time on most people’s hands. So what a great way to have some fun, learn some crazy and interesting
Lockdown has most certainly afforded us ample time to consider our next overseas vacation! If you have been dreaming of warm water, golden sand and an incredibly healthy seascape click here to register for the webinar update with Nick When Where & How Friday 7pm April 17th – Eastern
Check out Joe on the rod
We recently had a guest all the way from Alaska GT fishing in Fiji, Joe’s an avid fisherman and contacted us to head out for a half day fishing.
Mangroves are trees or large shrubs which are salt-tolerant and grow in intertidal zones in tropical and subtropical regions. They form dense forests along many tropical and subtropical coasts, are found in 123 countries and territories and are estimated to cover over 150,000 square kilometres
Last week we heard Pola talk about living in Heaven
This week we take a birds eye view, Flying Over Heaven at Volivoli
Isn’t it time you rediscover Fiji’s Pristine Reefs?
There has been a lot of talk around the state of the reef system since TC Winston tore through the Bligh Waters after tackling Taveuni head on.