The 5-night Adventure Cruise on the Tui Tai now makes a weekly stop in the group of islands, including islands of Yanuca, Cobia, Rara Ni Tiqa and Maqewa.
New dive site discoveries have been nothing short of spectacular. “Kokoda Point” is a wall the drops to bottomless depths and generally has amazing visibility. The visibility makes for an especially exciting dive as clusters of big fish are often gathering just off the wall: barracuda, tuna, grey reef sharks. The Ringgolds Barrier Reef stretches for miles and has delivered newly discovered dive sites nearly every week.
Divemaster Timoci Taivoce says, “Every week we do one exploratory dive in the Ringgolds and we always find something new. One week we found a deep wall covered in different soft-corals. Another week, we were swarmed by schools of barracuda and trevally. Recently we found some caves where turtles were hiding.”
The Tui Tai Adventure Cruise promotes more than diving, and the
For the nature lovers, the Ringgolds are known as nesting grounds for several types of sea birds. Turtles are also common in the area as they use the beaches as their nesting areas.