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Alex and Will recently received the prestigious "Recognition of Excellence award" from PADI for outstanding customer service and professionalism in Scuba Instruction!


Dive Tropex logoDive Tropex Tokoriki operates the diving concession at Tokoriki Island Resort, and is located right within the gardens of the resort.  Dive trips are offered to view rainbow hued coral gardens, towering pinnacles, eerie tunnels and plunging drop offs - outstanding diving right on your doorstep… with 1200 species of fish from tiny translucent gobies to vivid angelfish, exotic Fijian endemics and fast moving sharks and game fish.  There are also over 300 types of soft and hard corals, cobalt seas and sheltered coves… all adding up to unforgettable experiences, whether for the seasoned scuba diver or the first time diver.  A full range of PADI Courses, as well as daily Resort Dives for non-divers wanting to experience scuba diving are also offered.

Dive Tropex is an environmentally friendly dive shop and embraces a  ‘No Touch’ policy on all dives.  With their guarantee of small groups and a friendly and experienced dive team, their aim is to give our divers a fun, relaxing experience on uncrowded tropical reefs close to Tokoriki Island Resort. They’ll even set up, carry and wash your gear, leaving you to simply turn up and jump on board…

Dive Tropex boat "Black Jack"   Their dive equipment is modern, fully computerized and maintained by qualified technicians. The boats were custom built for Dive Tropex Tokoriki in 2002.  The awesome 400HP ‘Black Jack’ is a state of the art 7.9m/26’ aluminum mono hull which is considered the best dive boat in Fiji for its size.   


The SUPERMARKET - This World Famous Shark Dive is a must for all divers to Tokoriki. Grey Reef, White Tip and Black Tip Reef Sharks and a huge Maori Wrasse feed an arms reach away while swarms of smaller fish are attracted by the frenzy. Large Moray Eels and Remoras can be fed by hand. 

  Dive Tropex - "Supermarket"

Recent features on NBC’s ‘Compulsive Traveler’ and Fiji One’s ‘Taste of Paradise’ have highlighted the beauty of the hard corals in the waters around Tokoriki.   In conjunction with the Mamanuca Environment Society (MES) and Coral Cay Conservation (CCC) Dive Tropex staff took part in the Earth Clean Up Day helping to clean up local island villages and educating Fijian school children in good environmental practices.

Tokoriki Island Giant Clam Regeneration Project 

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Guest Comments

"Will and Alex were gracious, helpful and attentive to all details.  They were professional, flexible and courteous at all times.   Will and Alex exhibited confidence and love of diving as well as care of the environment.  They took extra care to explain currents, aqua life and site specifics and emphasized safety for both ourselves and the environment.  We are very fortunate to have been able to earn our certification under the watchful eyes of Will and Alex."  Mark & Sandy Shifferns, USA, Open Water Divers 

" I consider myself an experienced diver; having logged over 100 dives.  I have dived all over the world and had good and not so good experiences.  The dive staff and diving at Tokoriki is worth mentioning.  First of all every member of the team is friendly and professional.  It is all small group diving at Tokoriki, so the dive staff are very personable, as well as flexible and attentive to customer needs.  I brought my own gear, and had everything looked after.  Each day I'd pitch up and everything was assembled and on the dive boat.  I did ten dives, and did a mixture of coral reef diving, wreck and big fish encounters, as well as the best night dive I've ever done!  The outstanding hard coral cover on many of the sites around Tokoriki is some of the best I have seen.  Even the home reef has amazing coral cover!  The dive guides have all had training with Marine biologists and seem to know the name of every fish and coral.  They were very knowledgeable and this added to the enjoyment of my diving at Tokoriki.  I will certainly be recommending Tokoriki to everyone.  Thanks for amazing memories."  Guy Smith, USA

Did You See That!

A rare blue coral thought to be extinct in the Fiji Island chain, has been discovered on a reef off Tokoriki Island.  Dive Tropex Tokoriki and Di Walker, marine biologist and project manager of the Rare blue coral discovered by Di Walker and Dive TropexMamanuca Environment Society made the discovery only 5 minutes off the island in 7 to 12 metres of water. These were found amidst unusually large giant clams and massive corals. Experts have previously declared this species extinct in Fiji.   This is an amazing discovery because this type of coral was found in fossil deposits from the Miocene period in Vanuabalavu in Lau.  It has a beautiful sky blue skeleton, which is in stark contrast to the white limestone skeleton of other hard corals.  This is a great find,” said  Di Walker. 

On recent dives at the ‘Supermarket’ our guests have seen 3 species of sharks – white tip, black tip and grey reef plus Napoleon Wrasse and there is a resident school of chevron barracuda. Big Spanish Mackerel are frequenting ‘Yadua Pinnacle’ and we have discovered a very rare Hippopus Giant Clam. 

Saki's Reef:  White Tip Reef Shark, Hawksbill turtle, USPI Rabbit Fish (endemic sp), Ovalau Poison fang blennie (endemic species), Blue Fiji Devil Damsel (endemic species), Blue Spotted Sting Ray, Giant Moray eel, Palette Surgeon Fish (rare in these parts), white mouthed moray eel, Long fin banner fish, Napoleon wrasse, egg shell anemone shrimp, Clark’s anemone fish, dusky anemone fish, giant clams (squamosa and maxima), Red Fin Lion Fish, Spider shells, Egg cowrie shells & Garden Eels...along with all the usual damsel fish, parrot fish, wrasses, triggers etc...this site boasts some of the best hard coral around (see photograph)!