About the Park
The Namena Marine Reserve
Surrounding the tiny island of Namenalala, the approximately 70 square kilometer Namena Marine Reserve was established in 1997, stretching between the two main Fijian islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu.
The Namena MPA and associated barrier reef system are home to a remarkable variety of fish, invertebrate, and coral species. They are also home to the only known humpback whale calving site in Fiji. Additionally, the beaches of Namenalala are a significant nesting site for endangered hawksbill and green sea turtles.
Known worldwide for its magnificent marine biodiversity, Namena offers many different diving experiences with some of the best liveaboards and diving operations in Fiji.
Plan your trip for an experience you’ll want to come back for year after year!
This web site is supported and maintained by the Coral Reef Alliance