During the three month period I spent in Fiji I dived in Nemena Marine Reserve 6 times and each dive yielded far better results. The marine reserve was set up in 1997 by the chiefs of Kubulau in response to an increase in commercial fishing.
Surrounding the tiny island of Namenalala the reserve stretches approximately 70 square kilometers. The park it's self is home to a remarkable variety of fish, invertebrates and coral species. It's also the only known Humback whale calving site in Fiji.
Most of these took place around the horshoe-shapped barrier reef in unspoiled crystal-clear waters, swimming with schools of barracuda and sharks. Exploring 1000ft vertical drop-offs and riding the currents up chimney while watching the underwater world go by.
definitely worth a visit.
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