Dive the Fiji Islands’ finest coral reefs and fish-filled channels. Swim alongside humpback whales in Tonga, explore World War II shipwrecks in Vanuatu or discover Kiribati’s truly wild and unexplored Phoenix Archipelago. From manta rays to mantis shrimp, dolphins to dartfish, or voracious sharks to vibrant soft corals, NAI’A found Fiji’s ultimate dive sites! Experience the diversity and drama of pristine South Pacific coral reefs at their most colorful and lavish. Enjoy charming Fijian and Pacific cultures during the vacation of your dreams from the comfort of Fiji’s premier live aboard diving vessel and her famously friendly crew.
The famous Ngorongoro Crater is a World Heritage Site, since 1979, situated at the eastern edge of the Serengeti in northern Tanzania. The crater is the largest unbroken ancient caldera in the world. Nearly three million years old, the once-volcanic Ngorongoro is now considered ” Africa’s Garden of Eden” – a haven for thousands of wild game, including lions, elephants, wildebeests, zebras, rhinos, Thomson’s gazelles and buffaloes. It is considered by some as the Eighth Natural Wonder of the World.
Siladen opened in January 2013 and is an eco-friendly property, built entirely of wood which emphasizes the importance of the protection of the Marine Park and the environment. The resort is located on the western side of the island along a 900 foot stretch of white coral beach facing the Manadotua resting volcano.