Marine Habitat

Taveuni’s Waitabu Marine Reserve is a vibrant reef dedicated for the benefit of snorkel tourism and environmental education. It’s close to the Indo-Pacific center of coral reefs which holds the world’s greatest concentration of marine biodiversity.

At Waitabu you can see nearly 300 species of hard coral and nearly 1,200 species of reef fish including the hard to miss three-to-six foot Humphead, with its bright electric blue, green and yellow coloring.

After many years of overfishing and damaging fishing methods, a successful breeding ground has now been developed for the giant clam.

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