Liquidstate Freediving is the first to bring AIDA freediving education to Fiji. AIDA (International Assosiation for the Development of Apnea) was founded in France in 1992. The original founders developed the education system that all other training agencies base their courses on. AIDA is the governing body for international freediving competition and world records.
Liquidstate Freediving are driven by the passion for freediving and want to share their passion with travelers. Freediving can be a positive life changing experience. Whether you are a snorkeler wanting to spend more time at depth or an advanced freediver wanting to increase breath-hold time and depth; whether you are a spearfisherman wanting access to bigger targets deeper down or a surfer who wants more breath-hold confidence to tackle bigger waves; whether you are interested in the meditative and relaxation aspects of apnea and pranayama yoga or you are a gas guzzling scuba diver wanting to improve air consumption and become a safer scuba diver, Liquidstate Freediving can help you to unlock your bodies potential to dive on one breath. We are all born with this ability.
Freediving is not an extreme sport and is extremely safe to learn and practice following AIDA standards. Liquidstate Freediving is 100% Fijian owned and operated. They use only the latest model, state of the art equipment and they choose dive and training sites with the best possible conditions to make your experience as fun and safe as possible.
Liquidstate Freediving is located in the picturesque small seaside town of Savusavu on the island of Vanua Levu in the Fiji islands. There are several flights daily from the international airport in Nadi and there are ferry services from the capital Suva. Transfers in the Savusavu area are free. They can also arrange accommodation to suit your budget.