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Tahiti Diving Vacation Packages
The Polynesian sea life is often the dream of divers. Possibilities are endless but we have created some very special vacations just for you. You will not be disappointed, underwater wonders and exceptional landscapes will be part of your vacation routine!
|Bora Bora - Fakarava - Tahiti|
|DEMA Special: Your Diving Getaway in Bora Bora & Fakarava|
The underwater wonders of the islands of Tahiti await you for an immersion you won’t forget!
|9 days - 8 nights|
|From USD $3,193.00|
|Bora Bora - Rangiroa - Tahiti|
|DEMA Special: Diving Safari in Bora Bora & Rangiroa|
Could you dream of a better visibility? Dive into the crystal-clear waters of Bora Bora and discover a whole new world.
|9 days - 8 nights|
|From USD $3,306.00|
|Bora Bora - Tahiti|
|DEMA Special: Underwater Exploration|
Wander through the depths of the ocean and get to know what the pearl of the Pacific looks like under the surface.
|7 days - 6 nights|
|From USD $2,526.00|
|Tahiti - Bora Bora - Rangiroa - Fakarava|
You have always dreamt of losing yourself in the blue of the ocean? Put your scuba tank on and follow the guide!
|11 days - 10 nights|
|From USD $4,929.00|
|Tahiti - Moorea - Bora Bora - Tikehau|
Beside some breathtaking underwater experiences, enjoy some relaxing time in astonishing resorts every step of the way.
|11 days - 10 nights|
|From USD $4,722.00|
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Diving in Tahiti
Scuba diving has become more and more popular over the years. Practitioners of this discipline travel the world in search of picturesque destinations, suitable for diving. Tahiti is one of those coveted destinations for divers. But what is so special about Tahiti? What makes it an ideal destination for diving? What are the best places to go diving in Tahiti? You can find the answers to all these questions below.
Why choose Tahiti for diving?
Many reasons drive divers to migrate from the other side of the World to Tahiti every year, starting with the beauty of coral reefs and the richness of marine biodiversity. Tahiti and its islands are famous for the surreal colors of its turquoise and emerald lagoons. The climate is mild and welcoming and each island is more beautiful than the other.
In addition, scuba diving is well established in the mores of Tahiti. Indeed, clubs dedicated to this activity proliferate and their number tends to increase each year. In order to attract tourists and divers, some hotels have even created internal centers to make it easier for their customers.
The best islands of Tahiti for diving
If you are an avid diving enthusiast, you have probably already heard of the Tuamotu Islands, including Fakarava or Rangiroa. These islands are constantly attracting many enthusiasts and their notoriety does not weaken with time.
Fakarava: The islands of Tahiti are renowned for their natural beauty and Fakarava is far from being an exception to this rule. Moreover, it was dedicated “biosphere reserve” by UNESCO. Its waters are also known to be home to manta rays and various species of turtles, which swim freely.
Rangiroa: Its reputation comes from its underwater fauna. Indeed, depending on the time of year, it is possible to observe a multitude of dolphins and sharks, a sight that divers never get bored of.
Bora Bora: What makes the splendor of Bora Bora is the diversity and the clarity of its lagoon. Different shades of blue are highlighted depending on the brightness of the sun. Once underwater, one is completely charmed by its natural attractions.
Tikehau: The waters of Tikehau are undoubtedly recognized to be among the most teeming with fish. You can find there different species of fish in large numbers and observe them evolve in their natural habitat. You are in for a treat!
How to get to Tahiti?
Moana Voyages is an excellent partner for the organization of your stay. We strive to always offer you the most attractive rates. While in Tahiti, guests receive 24-hour assistance. You can contact us directly on our website, by email or by phone.