Tropical Marine Biology and Conservation in Fiji

Learn to dive in the beautiful waters of the Dawasamu District while supporting community efforts towards sustainable marine resources.

Durations:  2 - 12 weeks

Program information

Dive in crystal blue water and discover the rich biodiversity of the South Pacific while assisting with research aiding the sustainable management of marine resources and local marine protected areas. Contribute to national efforts to conserve Fiji’s delicate coral reefs and marine ecosystems while living on GVI’s research base in the rural village of Silana located in the Dawasamu District.

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Included in your program

Make the most of our unique programs with these exclusively curated local adventure and wellness experiences.

Learn to cook iTaukei food

Make a traditional drink from kava root

Learn indigenous plant medicine

Hike to the top of Tova Peak

Fish with iTaukei women

Weave a traditional mat

Visit Vatu-i-Ra Conservation Park

Boat to Leleuvia Island

Connect with our alumni
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Clare Curtis

25 Nov, 2013
Thank you for such an awesome experience in Fiji, I have come back reenergised and have changed the course of my medical career - I will be taking next year off to work in the developing world. Thank you all for the inspiring and profound impact you had on my person and my career. I feel that this decision is the beginning of something truly extraordinary!