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Below and Above Blue Waters – Snorkeling and Exploring in Fiji

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Janet Stoerkel Jun 26, 2015 at 08:32 AM

Hi..I am taking the Feb.13-23,2016 trip from Jacksonville, FL and looking to chat with someone taking the same trip. here is my e-mail .. jstoerkel@windstream.net


Ann Moffat Dec 02, 2014 at 06:09 PM

We have Diving & Snorkeling Guide to Fiji ($5) and Fiji's Natural Heritage ($30) available. We found them an interesting read but as we have returned from our trip, we no longer need them. Email me at ann.moffat@tds.net if you are interested.


Richard Treiber Oct 29, 2014 at 04:04 PM

We just returned from our trip. We HIGHLY recommend a 3mm full wet suit like we brought (because an Fiji experienced dive shop owner recommended it). People without a suit or with short suits were consistently cold (many rented suits once we got to Paradise Teveuni). If you already have a short suit, consider a hood.

BTW, good underwater photography requires a strong flash to get colors right.


Janice Conrad Oct 27, 2014 at 11:20 PM

I just bought a Fuji xp70. Tried it in the pool. Got it sent to the local Walmart for $169. Tried it in the pool last week. So far, so good. Ordered extra batteries and plug-in charger form Amazon. Hasn't arrived yet. Isn't it disappointing that the biggest complaint about underwater cameras is leaking!!!!!!!!!! Can let you know if it holds up when I get back after Nov 11. 5 more days! :) As for the wet suit, see my post below. Bound to get cold if you stay in the water long enough. Kitty


Margaret Asrani Oct 26, 2014 at 05:25 PM

What kind of water camera should I bring? I do not have one.
Peggy Asrani
Marianne Goldsmith Feb 11, 2015 at 05:46 PM



Margaret Asrani Oct 26, 2014 at 05:14 PM

Do I need to have a wet suit? I do not have one. Is the water too cold to snorkel in? Where should I buy one? I am going 2/14/2015-2/24/2015.
Peggy Asrani
Marianne Goldsmith Feb 11, 2015 at 05:46 PM

Dear Peggy, I will see you on this trip. I had no idea the water was cold! I was just worried about the heat and humidity! I presume that we can buy a wet suit once we get there? I am going to La for a couple or days to visit family before taking off for Fiji on the 14th. Maybe I can buy on in LA… Looking for forward to meeting you.


Janice Conrad Oct 22, 2014 at 12:04 PM

Dwain, the last afternoon on Taveuni is "free". (Tho I guess we need to pack.)If you take your trip then, you wouldn't miss our first snorkeling. Kitty


Dwain Sep 17, 2014 at 11:56 PM

Question for someone who's been on the trip. I'm just wondering how much Fijian currency we need. I see that we're going into SavuSavu town, for money changing among other things. How much cash would we actually need? I assume there's shopping in town. Are there also shops near the resort or anything? Just wondering how much need there would be for spending money? I appreciate your advice.
Cynthia Liss Sep 19, 2014 at 01:21 PM

Dwain, I went last November, I did not really find much to buy, the take you to town in a taxi, and the town id small. You can exchange money in the bank, They told us to bring hand wipes-but mine were always paced away when I needed them! Try to bring them for the ferry ride....just saying.
Dwain Sep 19, 2014 at 08:40 PM

Thank you. I was just kind of wondering how large an amount I should have available for withdrawal. I wasn't really expecting to need a lot of spending money. I presume there is an ATM at the bank? I've read that ATM's are available.
Richard Treiber Oct 29, 2014 at 03:53 PM

We just returned. There's an ATM in Savusavu near the few stores you may visit. We didn't bother with town and never exchanged any money. Bought a tapa at Daku resort but used US$.


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