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Diveaway Fiji

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based in Sigatoka, Coral Coast, Fiji
Diveaway Fiji is a PADI dive centre based at the award winning resorts on the Coral Coast of Viti Levu, the largest of Fijiís islands.
Scuba Bula (Fiji) Ltd

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based in Momi, Nadroga, Fiji
Scuba Bula is the only dive centre located on the West of Fiji that dives on the Outer Navula Barrier Reef.
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SeaLife Sea Dragon Duo 5000 - GoPro¬ģ readySeaLife Sea Dragon Duo 5000 - GoPro¬ģ ready
Price A$ 999.00
 Fantasea FML Dome Port A6 Fantasea FML Dome Port A6
Price A$ 749.00
Fantasea Light Shielding Pad SEL16F28Fantasea Light Shielding Pad SEL16F28
Price A$ 29.95
Sealife Micro HD+ Sea Dragon Pro Underwater CameraSealife Micro HD+ Sea Dragon Pro Underwater Camera
Price A$ 1,149.00

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Diving in paradise at Toberua, FijiDiving in paradise at Toberua, Fiji
Our hosts greeted us warmly at the jetty. Both Kit and I were still jetlagged and slightly overwhelmed at the welcome. A small kava ceremony was given to us and after a brief tour and chat we made our way to dress for dinner.
Bula Baby!Bula Baby!
It all started on flying in early on Friday the 22nd (a day before the rest of the crew, which were coming from the US). I received the most wonderful welcome and had a great time scoping out my new home for the next week and a half before having a great nights rest in my DOUBLE KING sized bed, meaning that it was about 4m wide (never knew they made beds that large!). I awoke to the sound of "Yeeeehaw" echoing through the place and knew at once that the Texans and the rest of the gang had arrived.
Revealing the secrets of the Bullshark in the South-PacificRevealing the secrets of the Bullshark in the South-Pacific
Populations of large marine predators such as sharks are in dangerous decline. Recent scientific studies report declines of up to 99% for several shark species such as the oceanic whitetip shark in the Gulf of Mexico. Studies also indicate that the reduction in number of larger coastal species such as bull, hammerhead, and tiger sharks may be as high as 80% in the Atlantic Ocean.
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