The coastal communities of the Nakorotubu District in Ra Province now have ten fish wardens and a patrol boat to help monitor and safeguard Fiji’s
Vatu-i-Ra Conservation Park
Vatu-i-Ra Conservation Park is located on the Fiji’s Suncoast between the two main islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu.
How is the Park Funded?
All visitors to the Vatu-i-Ra Conservation Park are are asked to make a voluntary contribution of FJ$15 per person, valid for one calendar year. The visitor fee is critical for the day-to-day management of the Park. Your contribution will also support the Nakorotubu Education Fund that has been established for local children from the District to assist them with their secondary or tertiary education.
We thank you for supporting the Vatu-i-Ra Conservation Park. Please feel free to send us any feedback or suggestions.
To the northeast of Viti Levu is the ascendency of Fiji’s colorful coral stacked reefs and this area is brimming with life. Vatu-i-Ra is home to some of Fiji’s favourite marine creatures; from leaf scorpion fish to blue ribbon eels.
There are many distinct dives on the Vatu-i-ra barrier reef, several of which are among the best coral reef dives in the world. The barrier reef protrudes north from Viti Levu into the Vatu-i-ra Channel, narrowing the channel to only 4.5 miles across.
If Fiji is the soft coral capital of the world, then diving here, in the Vatu-i-Ra Passage off the northern-most tip of Viti Levu is a tour through the vibrant capital city square.
Drue SlaterFiji Time, Fiji Airways Magazine
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