Join us as we sail from the main islands of Fiji out to the Islands of the Lau group. Sailing across a serenely calm sea with visiting dolphins playing in our bow wave. We explore the Fijian Bay of Islands, snorkeling, sailing and kayaking through this amazing landscape.
9 thoughts on “Exploring Eastern Fiji”
My husband & I live in New Hampshire, USA and have been watching your videos all weekend! They’re amazing and you two seem like a great couple. My hubby grew up sailing in Long Island Sound and would love to, some day sail to some of the places you’ve been. Thanks so much for documenting your travels and for sharing them!
Hi Jane, Thanks for your kind comment. If you really want to go sailing to these places then you can. Good luck. Matt and Amy
Once again another STUNNING video, with more AMAZING scenery! Words can’t describe our thanks for sharing all these beautiful views and interesting footage with us, thank you VERY MUCH!!
Please keep up the good work and continue to enjoy your incredible adventure!
Thanks for your continued support Geoff 🙂
Hi Amy & Matt, we love your video channel and it is the first one we began watching which for us motivated to do a trip which we are currently planning for (with the kids!) early next year!
Thanks for all the work you put into your vids, they are interesting, informative and great underwater footage. What cameras do you use (especially for underwater footage?
Keep having a great time
Matt, Ness, Bella & soon to be born baby #2!
Hi guys, thanks for your encouragement. We use a Go Pro Hero 3 silver (at least 5 years old) for all our underwater footage. It’s not great for photos but works well for video as we can slow the footage down. The more recent models are much better. Our main camera is a Nikon D3300 with the basic kit lens and we have an old point and shoot. Good luck with your plans.
Amy & Matt
Thanks very much guys that’s a great help. Do you use a light with the GoPro? Have a great time and let us know if you’re in the Caribbean in the next 12 months!
Matt & Ness
We use the budget underwater light aka the sun. Occasionally you have to wait when it goes behind a cloud but it’s pretty reliable in the tropics!
Good tip and thanks again