Diving in Fakarava
The second-largest atoll in the Tuamotus is Fakarava. This incredible dive site is a UNESCO biosphere reserve with undiscovered and untouched marine life. We recommend you stay in a liveaboard to get the most out of your trip and explore as many dive sites as possible. Don’t miss diving Tumakohua Pass, one of the most revered dive sites of Fa-karava due to its schools of hundreds of gray reef sharks that will swim right by you. Garue Pass, which offers unex-pected oceanic encounters like colossal manta rays, hammerhead sharks, and more schools of gray reef sharks.