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Volivoli Resort

Volivoli Resort

7 Nights - 10 Boat Dives / $2400 USD Per Person Double Occupancy



PADI 5 Star Certified
Nitrox $
WIFI Available
Handicap Accessible
Volivoli Beach Resort is a secluded getaway on the northernmost tip of Fiji’s largest island, Viti Levu. The resort is a two and a half hour-drive through green jungle and rural villages from Nadi International Airport and a 10-minute drive from the town of Rakiraki.

Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
Volivoli Resort
At Volivoli Beach Resort, there is a room perfect for any guest. The Family Villa is surrounded by views of the ocean and has two large bedrooms and private ensuite bathrooms. There are also two additional beds in the common area. The villa can accommodate up to six guests. The room has free toiletries for two, a desk for laptop use, an in-room safe, air conditioning, ceiling fans in all living areas, and WiFi for an additional charge. The resort is home to two restaurants and three bars with sustainable farm-to-table options ranging from local dishes to international cuisines. VoliVoli has limited access for mobility-challenged guests and divers. Pathways around the resort are hard surface suitable for wheelchairs, but access to the dive boats is from the sand beach. With assistance, divers may be carried to and from the dive boats.
The Luxury Ocean Front Villa accommodates up to four adults or two adults and three children. It has two king sized beds. The villa has a private swimming pool, free toiletries, a washing machine, beach access, sofa beds, and tea and coffee facilities.
The Premium Ocean View Villa is perfect for honeymooners or families and can sleep up to two adults and two children. There is one queen and two single bed sofas. The villa has air conditioning and large ceiling fans. Coffee and tea making facilities are provided.
The Deluxe Ocean View room has two queen sized beds and can accommodate up to four people. The room features a balcony and air conditioning. The room is designed for divers traveling together and comes with a writing desk, WiFi, and an ensuite bathroom.
The Ocean View room is a stunning yet affordable room that provides a 180-degree view of the ocean. The room sleeps four people. This room has one queen bed and two single beds, air conditioning, ceiling fans, and a private balcony.
A plethora of activities are available to appeal to any guest. The resort offers snorkeling on the house reef, kayaking, and even a dolphin safari. Gear for kayaking, paddleboarding, and snorkeling are complimentary provided by the resort’s dive shop. If you prefer more land-based activities, you can take a tour of the tropical forests, mesmerizing waterfalls, and remote villages. You can also explore the unique culinary arts of Rakiraki by exploring their local produce, food, and culture. Activities include village tours, waterfall adventures, beach tours, cooking classes, sunset cruises, fishing charters, dolphin encounters, and more.
For guests new to diving, Volivoli is the perfect place to be. The resort's dive center, R Divers, is SSI and PADI certified, so there is a perfect course for any diver. Courses on night diving, stress and rescue, wreck, and navigation are offered. Volivoli is known for its access to more than 80 dive sites in the famous Bligh Water — a protected marine area with diverse aquatic life. Bligh’s dive sites included walls, bommies, and drift dives. The Papuan Explorer dive site is perfect for fans of wreck dives. It is twenty meters deep in the water and is the most accessible and largest wreck in Fiji. Another great wreck dive is the Ovalau, a car ferry that was sunk in 2003 and lies at a depth of fifty-five meters.
Photographs and narrative text courtesy of VoliVoli Resort.



Dive Conditions

Fiji has a tropical climate sporting a year-round diving season. The water temperature hovers around 25°C (77°F) in winter and 29°C (84°F) in summer. The average depth of the dives is between 5m to 40m with very clear visibility of up to 15m to 40m.
The majority of diving is done as drift dives, allowing you to cover large distances and see walls of soft corals. Current is your friend in Fiji, as it brings out the soft corals while wildlife piles up on the current side of reefs. Photographers often use a reef hook to find a spot with beautiful colors, hook in, and shoot to their heart’s delight. The tops of pinnacles and reefs usually host a plethora of life. Just hook in and shoot as the current blows you around. Always carry a safety sausage so the tender boat can see you when you surface. Soft corals are not everywhere in Fiji – divers need to go to specific areas. And there are some stunning hard coral reefs in Fiji that offer great macro, some good pelagic life, and the best shark dive in the world.
The water temperature during the dry season (June - September) is usually in the mid-70s F, with August being the coolest month. During the wet season (December - April) temperatures are usually in the low 80s F with February and March being the warmest months underwater. Underwater visibility during the dry season is often 100’+ outside the lagoons. The Bligh Waters can have high visibility even in the wet season, ranging from 80-100ft. Fiji is warm and tropical most of the time with air temperatures ranging between 31°C between 26°C all year round.