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Underwater diving

Diving Mecca

Magical immersions

Mask on and mouthpiece in, just roll over backwards and you’re diving in an aquatic wonderland. Crystal clear warm water, coral in myriad hues and fish of all colors and sizes all around you. What more could you wish for?


The best way to observe a fish is to become a fish

Find happiness underwater

No matter whether you’re a beginner or confirmed expert, when you first dive in French Polynesia you’ll hardly believe your eyes! The clarity of the water enables you to observe a unique undersea world of truly impressive coral drop-offs and teeming with fish of all colors and sizes. Lemon sharks, hammerheads, rays, sea turtles, Napoleons and an endless variety of tropical fish – your diving logbook will soon fill up.

Shallow water scuba diving for beginners in Moorea, drift diving in the Tiputa pass in Rangiroa, whatever your level, every dive in French Polynesia is worth its weight in fish! In the lagoon, out on the reef or in one of the passes, you won’t have to go very deep to find yourself in a giant aquarium. And if you want to add to the thrills, try diving after sunset.

The best dive sites

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Choose your lesson

Various courses can be followed: FFESSM, CMAS, PADI.