Monday, December 7

Guest Comments

"Thanks for the fantastic service, stunning

location, and making us feel like pampered celebrities on our honeymoon. Our div

e instructor was personable, friendly and professional. I feel so honored to have earned my scuba diving certificate throug

h him. Good luck with the resort & we hope to come back soon. PS... Loved the Fiji night!" Paul & Amanda - Australia.

"The first part of our 3 week Fiji vacation was in Denarau Island Nadi – we’re

happy we finished the last half here in Paradise. It was very relaxing and enjoyable. Next time we will stay longer. The staff were excellent. I’m happy that I was able to complete my Advanced Scuba course in such an awesome place under the excellence guidance from the guys. We made lots of new friends, had excellent meals and enjoyed the Lovo feast, lots of kava, and the Cannibal Cave tour, as well as the superb diving trips! Some of the best diving we’ve enjoyed anywhere in the world." Jeff & Tracy Burgess - USA.

Monday, November 30

Dive into Paradise soon

Diving in Paradise is spectacular with over 40 dive sites including the legendary Rainbow Reef, pristine Vuna Reef and 3 shore dives. Our shore dives alone will ensure you meet our resident moray eel, blue ribbon eels, lion fish and a multitude of tropical fish.

Our Dive Team will get you under the water whenever you want to be. Carl & Jon are our American PADI Instructors. Charlie is a Fijian PADI Dive Master and you'll enjoy our local guides, Ronnie, Mauri and Villi.

Dive into Paradise soon!

Monday, September 21

Dive with Hammerhead sharks!

On a recent trip to Rainbow Reef, our divers experienced 6 Hammerhead sharks close by. Our Canadian Dive Instructor - Jon said "They didn't even seem to notice we were there and we we able to observe them for some time".

3 days later a 12ft lone Hammerhead was spotted at Dolphin Bay - a nearby dive site. Our Paradise divers that experienced the shark, returned to the resort in excitement "The shark was so beautiful! It was swimming by so gracefully and seemed to ignore us and the other divers in the water - even the snorkellers".

Some interesting info on the Hammerhead Shark:

Hammerhead sharks are aggressive hunters, feeding on smaller fish, octopuses, squid, and crustaceans.

Hammerhead sharks are consummate predators that use their oddly shaped heads to improve their ability to find prey. Their wide-set eyes give them a better visual range than most other sharks. And by spreading their highly specialized sensory organs over their wide, mallet-shaped head, they can more thoroughly scan the ocean for food.

Found in temperate and tropical waters worldwide, far offshore and near shorelines, hammerheads are often seen in mass summer migrations seeking cooler water. They are gray-brown to olive-green on top with off-white undersides, and they have heavily serrated, triangular teeth. Their extra-tall, pointed dorsal fins are easily identifiable.

Most hammerhead species are fairly small and are considered harmless to humans. Hammerhead populations are not accurately known, but appear stable worldwide, and they are not considered threatened.

This carnivore's average lifespan in the wild is 20 to 30 years and grow in length 13 to 20 ft / 4 to 6 metres. They weigh from 500 to 1,000 lbs / 230 to 450 kg.

Did you know? Hammerhead sharks use their wide heads to attack stingrays, pinning the winged fish against the sea floor.