Water Activities

Taveuni Island’s position in the Somosomo straits makes it one of the world’s great destinations for diving, fishing and sailing enthusiasts.

Daytrips are easily organised for people wishing to visit more remote parts of Taveuni’s coastline as well as some of the beautiful neighbouring islands. With another 332 to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Taveuni Dive

Our onsite dive center, is no more than a 15 minute boat ride away from some of Taveuni’s world-famous dive sites, including the ‘Great White Wall’ (an almost luminescent wall of soft coral) and the extensive and colourful ‘Rainbow Reef’.

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Snorkeling and Island Hopping

Snorkeling in the surrounding waters is simply stunning and marine life includes plenty of tropical fish and live coral. Taveuni Dive can also arrange snorkeling trips and island hopping excursions with picnics.

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The waters surrounding Taveuni are renowned for their deep-sea fishing opportunities and enthusiasts will be pleased to know they are teeming with Sailfish, Marlin, Yellow-Fin Tuna, Wahoo, Skipjack, Barracuda, Spanish Mackerel and Trevally.

There are a number of companies on the island that specialise in deep-sea fishing excursions and Taveuni Estates will gladly recommend a suitable charter for your needs.


Moorings are available for people with their own boats and there are also boats for hire for intrepid explorers. Many catamaran charters leave Taveuni Island for daytrips and longer excursions. Sailing on these majestic waters is an unforgettable way to experience the pure beauty of the Fiji archepelago.


If you’re a thrill seeker who relishes the thought of skimming over tropical turquoise waters, there are numerous places for windsurfing dotted around the island. Windsurfers are available for hire at a number of reputable rental companies.


Kayaking tours are run out of Lavena Village for those wanting to explore this part of the island’s spectacular coastline. Enjoy a leisurely paddle through the crystal waters and discover interesting natural formations such as Mushroom rock.