Enjoy the best snorkeling spot on the islet! Your guide will safely guide you through the crystal clear waters of Rangiroa to discover sharks, rays, moray eels, fish and corals.
Discover this brand new 2h excursion : snorkeling in the Avatoru channel. If you love nature and ocean but you are not really into diving, this is a great opportunity to observe the marine fauna and flora safely. A great alternative for non-divers as the site is not too deep, the coral is in better condition (less strong current) and more extensive. This channel allows you to drift much longer.
Let yourself be carried away...
(For cruise passengers: The partner operating this tour works directly with cruise lines. Please contact your cruise line to book this excursion.)
You have always dreamt of losing yourself in the blue of the ocean? Put your scuba tank and dive into Fakarava's wall of sharks and the famous Tiputa pass!
Get to fully experience the Polynesian way of life: the urban side of Papeete, the touristic attractions of Bora Bora and the secluded paradise of Rangiroa.
A mesmerizing view over the lagoon, a caring staff, unreal landscapes, fancy gastronomy, your honeymoon will last forever in your memory...
Discover the wonderful scuba diving sites of French Polynesia and dive into the depths of Rangiroa. The atoll’s breathtaking marine life awaits you.
Heaven on earth!
That is the best and the most accurate way to describe the Blue Lagoon. Both white and pink sand and turquoise water will make you feel in paradise.
Dive into the heart of one of Rangiroa’s best adventures! On the program: volcanic reefs, fishes, dolphins, snorkeling sessions in the famous crystalline lagoon of the island … and to top it all, a great atmosphere throughout the day and a succulent lunch with tropical flavors!
Enjoy a small natural emerald cove located just a few minutes by boat from the Avatoru village to swim and sunbathe. Get to snorkel in the stunning lagoon or simply relax on the beautiful white sand beach. To complete this sunny day, many activities and a typical lunch...