Dive Resort in Fiji

Dive Resort
Designed for divers. Designed by divers. Taveuni Dive Resort is the best Resort-to-Reef experience on Taveuni. Our sustainable resort is focused on providing comfort, service, and being the gateway to the WORLD FAMOUS RAINBOW REEF and Authentic Taveuni Adventure.
West Coast Road, Taveuni, Fiji
Phone Number
Landline: +679-89-11063
Landline: +679-99-71535
Payment Methods
Business Hours
Year Round
MON06:00 to 22:00
TUE06:00 to 22:00
WED06:00 to 22:00
THU06:00 to 22:00
FRI06:00 to 22:00
SAT06:00 to 22:00
SUN06:00 to 22:00
24 May 2017
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25 May 2017
To make the most of your stay, there are a number of fantastic activities that may be of interest on Taveuni. We've noticed both our diving and non-diving guests want to go see what makes Taveuni so special. Our staff can help you see what’s around and how to get there. It would be our pleasure to help organize these activities for you.
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Sustainable Development meets the needs of the present without compromising the future. Our resort is sustainable because design, construction, and operations of our business meets environmental, economic, and social objectives to further our goal of sustainability.
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Our Bures Bure in TDR Gardens Our guests have called them luxurious, amazing, and special. We call them a great place to unwind, relax, and escape. Taveuni Dive Resort has eight bures. Bure is the Fijian word for a wood-and-straw hut, sometimes similar to a cabin. Bures were often dark and smoky, used as a sort of retreat for Fijian men – that’s right, bures were a Fijian man cave. Today, bure is often synonymous with bungalow or other detached hotel or resort structure. Taveuni Dive Resort's bures are far more comfortable than traditional bures. Each of our bures is named after a favorite Rainbow Reef dive site. Each bure is carefully located to balance your need for privacy with easy access to the social areas on the resort grounds, including the Salty Fox Bar & Grill, the pool, and seating areas around the resort gardens.
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Fiji’s coral reefs are justifiably renowned worldwide and are among the more diverse and intact in the Pacific Ocean. A multitude of species make their home in the rich and diverse waters surrounding the Fiji Islands, including giant clams, sharks, groupers, tuna, barracuda, and colorful soft and hard corals. Fiji has more than 10,000 km2 of pristine coral reefs. Most of these reefs are fringing reefs that border nearby shores, while there are some flat-topped platform and barrier reefs. These reefs have spectacular biodiversity, with 467 species of mollusks, 298 species of hard coral, and around 1,200 species of reef fish. Fiji’s conservation traditions, coupled with the fact that oceanfront villages have traditional rights to both coastal waters and adjacent land, have paved the way for integrated conservation efforts addressing both land- and sea-based environmental threats. While these conservation projects are in their infancy, promising progress is being made. The diving in Fiji is amazing.
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