Set sail for one of Fiji's pristine islands in the Mamanucas before descending below the surface to Fiji's newest wreck.
The MV Raiyawa was once a 30 metre long government ship.
In her previous life, she was used to service marker-buoys in shipping channels in the Fiji Islands.
She was later decommissioned and holes were cut out of the vessel to open her up for diving. She was sunk off Tivua Island at the start of 2016 but Cyclone Winston in February dragged her further out to sea.
Observe the growing marine life on this shipwreck including the longfin spadefish on your descent, the resident grouper and the cigar coral blooming.
After your dive, relax on Tivua Island and enjoy the the view out to the idyllic turquoise waters.