The great white wall presents the diver with a spectacular opportunity missing from other sites at Fiji. As stated in the dive guide, the tidal currents are one of the reasons that our corals are so healthy. These currents also mean that there are certain times when it’s best to dive a site like the great white wall. To say it another way, we schedule our trips to the great white wall to assure the best conditions possible for your dive. If you dive the site on other days, you see the great brown wall because the corals are feeding, strong currents that limit your bottom time, and the diveable portion of the wall may be deeper, limiting your bottom time. Be safe, dive the great white wall at the right time, and have a better dive!
If you want more information about the great white wall dive site, go check out the dive guide. If you want to know when we are planning visits to the great white wall just check out our schedule. Thanks to Jon for deciphering the tide tables. Photo props to Heather Sutton!