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Project Blogs - Fiji


Beqa has been a great place to explore during my first week here in Fiji. Beqa Island can be reached in a 40min boat ride from Navua, on the mainland. This journey can be really wet and choppy, but the reward is worth it.

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Every dive here at Beqa we do surveys, each dive site has its own unique, captivating marine life and coral species to be mesmerised by. This week, as with every other we went to wreck, only this week, wreck gave me a gift greater than any other visit there in my almost three months here.

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This week’s blog has a definite focus on food because the camp’s re-supply was delayed by a day, meaning that all the volunteers and staff became a little obsessed with all the nice foods we weren’t able to make on Beqa.

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Upon arrival into the land of Fiji, I had no idea what to expect and no idea what journey may lay before me, armed with only a few belongings and dive stuff, I ventured into the unknown.

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After recently finishing my Masters course in Conservation Science, I was really excited to be offered the Project Coordinator position for the Frontier Fiji Marine project.

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Things are happily chugging along here on camp, we are busy surveying, learning our fish, and welcoming our newest volunteer Thea from Copenhagen!

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Just to clarify, you’ll quickly find that nearly every Fijian wants to be your friend regardless of the number of words you know in the local dialect. The following will simply help to seal the deal...

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