There are so many wonderful places to see in Fiji. And snorkeling in Fiji along the many coral reefs are but one. Click on any photo below to enlarge it. Scroll through each slide to enjoy and read the captions full of useful information to help guide your next “visit Fiji” exploration. If snorkeling is not your thing, then you might enjoy reading a detailed story about our visit to Koroyanitu and Abaca, Discover hidden paradise in Fiji’s Koroyanitu park, Abaca village. Click here to view a slide show for more visual inspiration to plan your visit to Koroyanitu. Or perhaps gardens are more to your liking? Then click here to read Fiji’s Garden of the Sleeping Giant: Orchids forever!
Enjoy the Snorkeling in Fiji Slides Below:
Sharon Hampton and Michael Hodgson heading back to our base, the SV Reality after a glorious hour of snorkeling in Fiji.
Colorful staghorn coral amazes almost as much as the brightly colored fish you see in Fiji.
Therese Iknoian snorkels along the lagoon surface in warm Fiji waters.
Yes, the water really is this blue in Fiji.
Blues, purples, browns, greens and flashes of orange. Its almost surreal.
Hard to believe this magical world is only 5 to 15 feet below the surface of the water in Fiji.
Shapes, colors and textures along the living reefs of Fiji.
Sharon Hampton hovers 20 feet below the surface for a photo of tiny, colorful fish in Fiji.
With underwater scenery like this, its sometimes hard to remember you have to surface to breathe!
Splashes of color in both the fish and the coral create eye-catching scenes over and over when snorkeling in Fiji.
Blue fish dancing everywhere among the coral reef in Fiji.
Finding Nemo … or should we say many Nemos among the coral reefs of Fiji.
Everywhere you look when snorkeling in Fiji, it is a brightly colored visual feast.
Lest you think it is all fun and games sailing in Fiji, Sharon Hampton and Michael Hodgson are working here to scrub the bottom of SV Reality to remove barnacles and algae.
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Winner of a 2018 Silver Medal from the North American Travel Journalists Association for travel writing excellence, Michael has authored more than 16 books and penned many hundreds of feature articles over the years. His bylines have appeared in Backpacker, Men's Journal, Men's Health, Outside, The San Jose Mercury News, Portland Oregonian and more. His travels have taken him to all seven continents. He is a member in good standing of the North American Travel Journalists Association and the Professional Travel Bloggers Association.
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