Viti Levu is Fiji's largest island and most popular resort. The island belongs to a group of Pacific islands with the same name. Viti Levu has continental and volcanic origins; the fusion of which has created a unique underwater landscape. This feature attracts divers from all corners of the world. The island has a distinct and diverse underwater world. The Shark Reef Marine Reserve, located on the southern coast of Viti Levu, is famous for its sharks. There are several species of them, including tawny nurse sharks, tiger sharks, sicklefin lemon sharks and others. Also, don't forget to visit the various caves, grottos and fissures full of underwater dwellers.
Viti Levu is located in the mild subtropical climate zone. There are practically no seasons here; but the island remains vulnerable to tropical cyclones and fires. Because of this, many hotels stop working from November to March. The average daily temperature is + 26 °C; and the water warms up to + 28 °C.
The Beqa Lagoon, 13 kilometers away from the island, is a true mecca for divers. This place, inhabited by various species of pelagic fish, is known for its large quantity of coral groups and cliff peaks.