Fiji is known throughout the scuba diving community as the soft coral capital of the world. Last year, I had the opportunity to dive the famous Bligh Water reef system.
During my visit, an approaching storm pushed sediment toward the island, limiting visibility on some dives. However, these conditions only really affected underwater videography. The sediment trusted around the dive sites reminded me of a snowstorm.
The overall health and beauty of the coral reef was truly magnificent. In the video, you will observe small fish venturing away from the reef to collect floating nutrients in the water column.
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Beautiful. I’ve only dived Fiji once, for a week. It was beautiful, and there are definitely a lot of beautiful soft corals there.
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