Tiki

Its a dive site 10 minutes max by boat, and runs from north to west, but is exposed to waves and sometimes current. Going there will always depend on the weather conditions. Drift dive is recommended on this dive site but not mandatory.

You will see Grey Sharks, Lemon Sharks, Nurse Sharks, Black Tip Reef Sharks, Snappers, Wrasses, Puffer, Groupers, Turtles, Angels, Butterflyfish, and more!

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 24 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Drift Dive
  • Cleaning Station

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Privileged place to observe giant morays, sharks and all kind of reef fishes. It is a favorite dive site for beginners and first time divers in Moorea.

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La Vallée blanche, Tahiti

One of the most beautiful dive of Tahiti for its fauna. Grey sharks, white tip, black tip, lemon and sometimes even the majestic tiger shark. The dive is particularly recommended for drift diving.

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Certainly the best site for beginners in Tahiti. A coral ring which is ideal for a first dive. There are also 3 wrecks lying on the sand: a Cessna (5 m) and 2 boats.

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3 épaves

One of the few wreck sites in Polynesia. You will explore the wreckage of the Catalina PBY-5A, given by the US Navy to the RAI (Régie Aérienne Inter-insulaire, the ancestor of Air Tahiti) and flown in the Polynesian air in the 1950s.

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This wall starts at 5 meters, after crossing a beautiful coral plateau and then, at about 25m, you will find a beautiful cave that looks strangely like a church door.

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The Aquarium is a magnificent coral garden, ideal for first-time divers and those looking to refresh their skills. The coral rock set on the beautiful white sand is home to a plethora of multicolored fish.

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The dive site Anau offers easy and protected diving in the lagoon. It is possible to see manta rays all year because it is a cleaning station. Turtles are also sometimes observed.

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Many tropical fishes gather along this drop-off, among them huge anemones and their clown fish. At the bottom of the wall, a large sand bank where leopard rays and eagle rays come to feed. The dive ends on a beautiful coral garden.

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One of two dive sites in Bora Bora where it is possible to see the ballet of mantas. The dive is done along a drop-off. Very easy diving without current at a shallow depth.

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Teavanui Pass

As in all the channels/passes, it is possible to see big pelagic animals passing. The current can sometimes be strong, so this dive is more suitable for advanced divers.

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