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Dive sites nearby

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.

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Canyons - Moorea (Tahiti)

The Canyon dive site is located off the mysthical Ōpūnohu Bay in Moorea. The underwater life is varied : anemones with clown fish, turtles or even black tip sharks.

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Eden Park

From Level 1 or Open Water. Maximum depth 29 meters. Diving in a beautiful coral garden, with sharks, turtles, barracudas, clown fish in the anemones...

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Mamaru is the Tahitian name for the white-tip sharks we come across on this dive site. A gentle slope to the sand spit where we can meet turtles and sharks.

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Mur de corail/Coral Wall

Located just outside of Opunohu’s Bay, you’ll dive between coral canyons and gentle slopes, offering dives accessible to all in depths of 15-20m.

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From N1 or Open Water. Maximum depth 15m. Dive along the outer reef with thousands of juvenile fish.

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Les Jumeaux is a drift dive requiring favorable weather conditions for good visibility. There are two peaks to explore and a cathedral of coral in which sleeping sharks can hide.

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L’ile bleue/Blue Island

An isolated peak in the blue that we call Blue Island. At the entrance to Cook’s Bay, this dive is done when visibility is good and requires swimming in the blue before ascending into the coral canyon.

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Aquarium de Cook

Less than 5 minutes away from the diveshop, a perfect dive site for beginners : introductory dives, refresher dives, first lessons of training (Open Water Diver) : shallow and without current. A sandy bottom with a lot of coral potatoes housing a rich underwater fauna.

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La passe de TIaia

Passe de Tiaia is a drift dive with a drop-off on either side. A dive where we can see schools of eagle rays, schools of jacks and nurse sharks or white tip sharks.

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