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Great Yellow Wall is a boat accessible salt water dive site, located in Matangi, Fiji. The maximum depth is over 150ft/46m. The average visibility is 51-60ft/16-18m.


An atoll 10 miles off Matangi with a vertical wall drop off starting around 15 feet. Visibility can be 100+ feet. Famous for its abundance of yellow soft corals, also present a variety of hard corals, fans, whips and basket stars. Likely to see sharks, barracuda, blue-fin trevally, tuna and mackerel in the blue whilst on the reef you can see black spotted toad fish, Vlamings unicornfish, surgeonfish, fusiliers, butterflyfish and many species of damsel. Easy to find nudibranchs on the wall at any depth.
For photographers: Wide angle macro

Marine life includes: Mostly white soft corals with a few large sea whips sticking off the end of the wall, fish life includes a variety of pelagics ranging from the occasional barracuda to mackerel, eagle rays, manta rays, also on the top of the wall is a variety of reef fish primarily coral trout, lion fish and a small variety of hard coral
Best time to dive: Falling tide


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