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More than I expected

Just did 3 dives on million dollar point every dive I found more things the stuff that is down... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2017
Geoff G
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Hundreds of Millions Vatu Bay

Forgot my snorkelling equipment so only viewed this place from the shore. Still, there were... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2017
Jannali, Australia
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Reviewed 23 September 2017 via mobile

Just did 3 dives on million dollar point every dive I found more things the stuff that is down there is remarkable This is a must do bucket list destination Loved it

Thank Geoff G
Reviewed 23 September 2017

Forgot my snorkelling equipment so only viewed this place from the shore. Still, there were remnants of vehicles and other equipment even on the rocks!

Thank GreyNomad2014
Reviewed 22 September 2017

Loved this spot dived it three times still find things I missed There is so much stuff to see from tractors to forklifts graders this place has to go on everyone's bucket list

Thank frank3129
Reviewed 21 September 2017

We got there, paid 500 vatu and went for a snorkel. However the visibility underwater was so bad we didn't see anything. What a waste of money. Make sure you check first before you pay - they wouldn't tell you that's for sure. On top...More

Thank Nadja_NZ
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Costs 1000 vatu pp to come and swim here, but it is an incredible snorkel. Make sure you google the history as to why the equipment was dumped in the sea , its a very funny story.(Million dollar point is NOT the Coolidge wreck...that's further...More

Thank skifunSydney
Reviewed 8 September 2017

Very interesting world war 2 location. The dumped military equipment has formed a reef teeming with a variety of sealife. They are currently building a cafe on site. This will be a great addition.

Thank dabernard2014
Reviewed 6 September 2017

this is gentle dive with lots to look at. Even snorkellers will enjoy this. the US pulled out, offered all the equipment to the French who said no. So the US bulldozed it all into the water. Makes for an interesting dive to see all...More

Thank illana15
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

The weather wasn't the vest when we visited so some of the pics we had are a bit murky... we still loved it and spent an hour or more snorkelling with plenty to see! Was cheap to visit and well worth checking it out

1  Thank Kirstyn W
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

Great spot to snorkel of the beach and see a bunch of WW2 equipment that was driven off the wharf into the ocean at the end of the war. You can still make out trucks, forklifts, guns etc. in crystal clear water, so it's really...More

Thank Carr4
Reviewed 9 July 2017

Literally and figuratively a rubbish dive. Little to commend it-other than the two wrecks that you pass on the way down to the rubbish dump. There are no military artefacts of interest there-i.e. hardware or ordinance etc, all there is to be seen are wrecked...More

Thank Michael P
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23 February 2016|
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Response from Lee B | Reviewed this property |
The cost of 500 Vatu and your taxi fare is correct. If you want to scuba dive on the site then you can ask any of the providers that go there. We dived with Coral Quays. You can also snorkel on the site if you would... More