1. Taveuni Fiji

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    from Natasha Woods / Added

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    The Beautiful Reefs at Taveuni, this video doesn't do much justice as to how bright and colorful it was. Simply Spectacular.

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    • Fiji Islands - Memories of Dolphin Bay

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      Dolphin Bay is a patch of paradise which will have a place in our hearts for a long time. Situated on the island of Vanua Levu where Somosomo Strait divides the islands of Taveuni and Vanua Levu you can only get there by boat. This makes this place so peaceful and tranquil. We spent some unforgettable days there. The soundtrack to the video perfectly reflects our mood. We would like to come back one day.

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      • Fiji Gold

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        This is a video I shot while on my 3 week honeymoon in Fiji with my new beautiful wife in October of 2014. We experienced a lot of magic on that trip and I wanted to make a travel video to celebrate and relive all the adventures that we had. "Fiji Gold" is the name of their most famous beer and radio station. We stayed at 3 separate islands, went diving all up and down the famous rainbow reef, pet wild animals, took a sailboat to "Cast Away Island" where they filmed the movie, ate some amazing seafood, hung out on some of the most breathtaking beaches in the world, hiked up to 100 foot waterfalls in the jungle, and then ended our trip with an epic shark dive at the famous Beqa Lagoon. Everything was filmed with a GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition and a Nikon Coolpix Point and Shoot. Edited on Adobe Premiere CS6.

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        • A Whale of a Welcome - Unexpected Humpback Sighting off Taveuni Island in Fiji

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          On our way to Naitauba Island, Fiji, we had the opportunity to meet and swim with a young humpback whale who was playing in the water near our boat. We had walked out that morning to see the whale out in the water, and weren't sure if the whale was in the process of birthing or caught in the reef, or what. We spoke to some of our friends who live and work at the Taveuni Island Resort where we were staying, and they said that a whale sighting is very rare in this part of the ocean, and that only a few females come through there from time to time to give birth. So when we approached her, we were very cautious. As soon as we got closer, we realized that there was no reef nearby, and also no child. We had seen other snorkelers swimming around her already, and she was just rolling slowly around in the water, so we approached cautiously until we were in sight of her with our underwater housings. There was deep blue all around, with about 20-30 remora swimming around underneath her. She had quite an awe-inspiring presence! And since we didn't know what she was going through, we didn't get too close. We came up to defog our equipment before getting back in with her, and just then she dove out of sight and was gone. So we prepared to board the "Turaga Dau Loloma", a larger boat that would take us on to our destination, which was waiting a bit further away from the punt we were on. As Naamleela reached her hand out to board the boat, the humpback suddenly shot back up out of the depth and gave us a fantastic aerial display of her white underbelly in a full breach, just about 50 feet away from the large boat. We all boarded excitedly and proceeded to video and photograph her for the next hour or so as she led us out into the deeper waters, breaching and swimming along beside us in a clearly happy disposition of playfulness and delight. It was quite a welcome on our way to Naitauba Island, and as we finally picked up speed so as to make landfall in the tide window that we had, she gave us a final whole body wave as she breached one final time as if to say goodbye. It was a very happy day and we were all very grateful to spend such time with this beautiful being.

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          • South Taveuni Eco-library

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            A short video about the South Taveuni Eco-Library project in Fiji. License of Music For Non-Profit Organizations and Students Distribution: Internet and Private Use Song: Cary Kanno - Fun under the sun Instrumental Filmed on Sony Rx100

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            • Diving in Taveuni - Fiji

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              Scuba Diving in Taveuni - Fiji The Great White Wall, Rainbow Reef.. December 2013 GoPro Hero 3 + PolarPro Red Filter

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              • Fiji Siren: NigaliPassage, Taveuni, Namenalala, Bligh Water

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                from Colin Gans / Added

                More images at: http://www.underwaterdisplay.net/dive52/ All footage was taken using the wonderful Fiji Siren live-aboard boat as a base. Most of the material for this video was shot on a ten day trip, 16-26 January 2014 in hot summer weather and glass calm conditions - one of the most enjoyable live-aboard trips I have been on to date! A few seconds were shot during an earlier and also enjoyable trip in November 2013. The ten day trip route gave the opportunity to spend time at many of Fiji's best dives sites; offering everything from big fish and cetaceans through to macro critters. Areas such as Nigali, Namena and Rainbow Reef would be difficult to collectively cover from land-based operations; particularly during a ten day window where the nights are often used to travel from one location to the next. The comfort and convenience of a remarkably well run live-aboard offers excellent opportunities for photography and diverse underwater experiences. It’s a somewhat dreamlike feeling waking up in the morning to a new dive location and time passes all too quickly. Video was shot with GoPro Hero3 - mainly under a quadcopter with both 3-axis and 2-axis brushless gimbals. No post stabilization used on the aerial footage. Stills (macro and wide) were shot with Nikon D7100 in a Nauticam housing with Ikelite DS160 strobes. All video processing was done using GoPro Studio 2. Still images were imported into GoPro Studio 2 after resizing and downscaling. Music by 3 Theory, ‘As We Go’.

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                • TAVEUNI PEOPLE SING TO iSIGHT MISSIONS

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                  The patch is a symbol of repair for a blind eye. The patients with the patches were blind when we arrived, either in only one eye, or both. We try to leave no one needing care, as doctors may never again show up in some of our remote destinations. While all our patients are special, children touch us the most. The people of Taveuni sing because they are happy. Many just received the gift of sight and nothing is more rewarding for us than taking the bandage off for that first time! Donate to keep us traveling, please!

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                  • The White Wall 1

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                    from Erich Heiz / Added

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                    The White Wall a famous dive site at the Rainbow Reef, Somosoma Strait, Fiji Islands Without current just a wall like others, but when the current starts.. Enjoy the pictures.

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                    • PARADISE

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                      from Jenny Andrew / Added

                      Paradise @ Taveuni Fiji - beautiful place above and under the water. Images and videos are set to relaxing music VAGABOND HEART from the album 'Scent Of A Life Time' composed and performed by Ernesto Cortazar.

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