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8 of the best places to swim with sharks

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Beqa lagoon, Fiji

Bull sharks

On the edge of the Beqa Lagoon is a section of protected reef known as the Shark Reef Marine Reserve, now home to a bull shark tagging programme that monitors their behaviour and ecology. The bull sharks share their home with seven other species of shark, including tiger sharks, silvertips and gray reefs, as well as giant groupers and eagle rays.

Drop anchor off Beqa Island and tender to Pacific Harbour to arrange a guided or unguided dive to the Beqa Lagoon with Beqa Adventure Divers. The Shark Dive covers a number of different sites and divers can watch a variety of shark species who are accustomed to visitors, making this trip a must for shark fanatics who are looking to discover breathtaking Fiji on a superyacht.

Picture courtesy of Shutterstock.com / Aquarius Photography

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