Looking for a far-flung diving adventure? An exotic, tropical paradise with no crowds and some of the richest marine life on earth? That's exactly what's described in this latest Pisces Guide for today's intrepid divers. With lyrical names like Viti Levu, Vanua levu, Taveuni, Dakavu, and Mamanucca, the extraordinary islands of Fiji beckon all who share the spirit of discovery. As a nation of more than 300 islands, Fiji provides several lifetimes of diving excitement. This handy, photo-packed guide presents a sampling of 21 wonderful dive sites that combine great underwater adventure with optimum accessibility (just about all diving is from boats). It also briefly describes Fiji's geology, history, and culture so you'll better understand and appreciate this marvelous country and its spectacular diving. The author, W. Gregory Brown, originally a fisheries biologist, is an award-winning photographer/writer who work has appeared in such publications as National Geographic, Time, Ocean Realm, Skin Diver, and Islands. Since 1984, he has logged hundreds of hours beneath the waters of Fiji. Recently, he became the first underwater photographer ever invited to exhibit his work in the art gallery of the National Wildlife Federation. This colorful companion gives you detailed descriptions and each dive site that include depth, visibility, currents, required, expertise, marine life, and temperature. In addition, this helpful guide contains valuable information about required documents, accommodations, top-side activities, and weather conditions.
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