The Rainbow Reef is a world-renowned diving and snorkelling spot located in the Somosomo Strait in the northern part of Fiji. It’s called the Rainbow Reef because of its vibrant and colourful coral formations that look like a rainbow in the water.
The reef system is home to a diverse array of marine life, including hundreds of fish species, sea turtles, reef sharks, eels, and colourful corals. The reef is renowned for its soft coral gardens, which are some of the most colourful and abundant in the world. The water in the Rainbow Reef is crystal clear, allowing you to see the vibrant sea life in all its glory. It’s truly a spectacular sight to behold. Whether you’re an experienced diver or a first- time snorkeler, the Rainbow Reef is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Fiji.
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