Full-Day Tivua Island Day Cruise with Wreck Dive for Experienced Divers


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12 reviews   (4.17)

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Pricing Info: Per Person

Duration: 7 hours

Departs: fiji, fiji

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Free cancellation

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Overview

Experience the real Fiji on this full-day Tivua Island cruise with wreck dive for experienced divers. You will sail to the pristine Tivua Island and once on the island you can enjoy the hospitality of the friendly crew, relax on the perfect beaches, dive Tivua’s wreck the MV Raiyawa or the world class reefs and indulge with a BBQ lunch.


What's Included

1 wreck dive for advanced diver

All activities

All taxes, fees and handling charges

Hotel pickup and drop-off (if option selected)

Live entertainment

on the boat only

on the island only

Use of SCUBA equipment

Use of Snorkelling equipment

whole fish, chicken, sausages from the BBQ, Tropical Salads and fruit from the buffet

What's Not Included

Gratuities


Traveler Information

  • INFANT: Age: 0 - 2
  • CHILD: Age: 3 - 15
  • ADULT: Age: 16 - 99

Additional Info

  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
  • Evidence of dive certification is required from all divers wishing to participate in a certified dive. Tour includes 1 wreck dive only.
  • Gear/equipment sanitised between use
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Temperature checks for travellers upon arrival
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
  • Evidence of dive certification is required from all divers wishing to participate in a certified dive. Tour includes 1 wreck dive only.
  • Gear/equipment sanitised between use
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Temperature checks for travellers upon arrival

Cancellation Policy


What To Expect

Tivua Island Fiji
Tivua Island is close enough to Nadi to be the perfect destination for an introduction to cruising the islands of Fiji. Set sail by tall ship to this pristine island, surrounded by 500 acres of spectacular coral reef. Tivua Island is a sanctuary for turtles during the nesting season, and is surrounded by a circle of white sandy beaches.
Upon arrival at Tivua Island, soak up the natural atmosphere where you can swim in the tropical waters, explore the island or simply relax on the pristine sandy beaches. If you're feeling energetic, a selection of water activities such as snorkeling or the use of canoes is included. You will also be able to indulge in a delicious buffet

4 hours • Admission Ticket Included


Reviews

Friendly, very experienced, great sense of humour and their values in marine protection
arthure899, 13-06-2022
As repeat customers, who make the day cruise to Tivua a 'must do' everytime we come back to what feels like our second home in Fiji.

The crew are very friendly, great sense of humour, very experienced. The food is fresh and very filling, and the entertainment of by the crew is top notch.

They are compassionate about marine environment protection and ther efforts preserving and maintaining for the coral and the surrounds like the turtles is very pleasing and you can take part on every cruise to do coral planting and learn more about the marine environment.
Amazing Island Adventure
av8australia, 23-09-2019
Would highly recommend this day cruise! It was included in our MyFiji package. Travelling as a young family of 4, the staff were super accomodating and helped us out along the way. Li helped us secure a cabana, which worked out perfectly for us. Especially while travelling with a 1 year old, it gave us a great spot for our daughter to play under cover. Lana was all smiles in playing with our 4 year old and couldn't have been friendlier! True Fijian BULA hospitality! Such an amazing day!
A great day out for the whole family
beauhinch, 03-08-2019
Thanks to Captain Cook Cruises for a wonderful Fijian Island experience. Loved being aboard the tall ship, food provided while not gourmet was really good and plenty of it. We’re were aged from 1 to 71 in our group and everyone had a great time from scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, sand castle building and just reading and snoozing in the sun on beautiful atoll. The crew provided excellent service and wonderful entertainment and singing on the trip home. Would thoroughly recommend it and hiring the day Bure for the extended family really made the day.
Beautiful Island....
hadassahd2020, 03-01-2020
My family (12 of us) had an awesome trip to Tivua Island on 1st Jan, 2020 on the beautiful vintage catamaran The Ramarama with just a few things that I would like to highlight. Hopefully my comments could be taken constructively. -
1. Sausage Rolls from Hot Bread Kitchen. (There are other places that would make better rolls then the ones served on the ship). ( i saw the sausage rolls, recognized it and asked a staff if it were from HBK and he admitted that it was!) HBK can do better sausage rolls if you ask them, rather then the dry puffed and disgusting rolls that was served.
2. Services of the bar attendant on the island. Food was served late due to our late arrival on the island and being hungry i politely asked her the exact time for lunch. She then proceeded to tell me that it would be served around 1.30pm to which i replied that it was already 1.30. She then proceeded to tell me to go and ask the chef directly????? (I was only asking because i had a medical condition on the day)... I thought that the young lady was rude and ill equipped to handle different kinds of customers in her response to me. Please inform your staff that all customers are equal irrespective of race and color. I spoke to her supervisor and the young lady was asked to come and apologize which she did. I am sure that there that a good number of your customers may have been at the receiving end of this young lady's attitude, and my point is that all your staff need to be trained to deal with both local and international customers and that their internal bias may have been the cause of her demarcated services between local and international tourists.... Had she worked for me i would have sacked her for misrepresenting my brand!
3. FMF cookies - Again- I cant believe that your staff served FMF choc-chip cookies! - the staff could have ordered cookies from a hotel ect rather then serving tasteless cheap cookies! For 100 passengers... they could have ordered $40.00 worth of sausage rolls and $40.00 worth of cookies!
4) Your entertainers needs to expand their songs database, as the same songs were sung on our way to Tivua were also sung on our way back. Also a slavery song was being sung and i personally think that the singers were ignorant of what they were singing!
5) After reading he other reviewers/complainants about safety... it seems to me you are defending the issues on safety without being fully aware of what happens on the ground. We were told that there was only 1 safety jacket on board so up till now I am not sure whether that was some kind of sick joke or was it real?
6) The jetty needs to be fixed asap. While i understand that there were strong winds five days earlier, your staff could have fixed the jetty soon after the cyclone. We had to be transferred to a dirty glass bottom boat to land us on shore! We mentioned to the skipper that we could not see any marine life as the glass was dirty. (this was cleaned immediately after our complain). We arrived at Tivua at 12.15 and landed on the island at 1.00pm. Rather then spending 4 hours on the island- we spent only 3 hours! The island and the vintage catamaran were extremely beautiful !
The little things.... may seem irrelevant but it sure does make a big difference!
Average dive set up. Needs work.
Shavana_H, 05-01-2020
Tour operator forgot to bring enougn tanks to complete 2 dives. Very slack. Dive on wreck is said to be 22 mtrs actual bottom is 29m thereby making a deep dive they do not provide dive watches so if u dont bring ur own are reliant on keeping eyes on DM. Not the best set up. WG




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