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Scuba Diving in Tahiti




Scuba Diving in Tahiti The prefect place to hone your scuba diving skills or learn how to scuba dive, Tahiti promises its visitors a brilliant diving experience. A fantastic place to dive as the waters are a perfect temperature all year round and the underwater visibility is amazing, scuba diving in Tahiti is an incredible underwater adventure.

Dive into the waters of Tahiti to catch a glimpse of beautiful coral reefs and soft corals as well as a large variety of marine life. Come face to face with many species of brightly colored fish, tuna, jackfish and barracuda as well as moray eels, rays, turtles, dolphins, whales and a number of shark species. With more than 30 certified and professional scuba diving centers in Tahiti alone, diving here is absolutely perfect.
All diver certifications are recognized in Tahiti including PADI courses, CMAS and NAUI certificates. Offering beginner or novice courses as well as advanced diving classes, learning to dive in the pristine waters here is an experience to remember. Also since most of the dive instructors are bilingual and speak both fluent English and French, communication is free flowing between instructor and student. There are also several scuba diving tours and charter services available, for those who are really ardent scuba diving fans.

Tahiti offers loads of diving opportunities with many fascinating underwater caves and deep holes in the reef to explore. Meant for experienced divers, the area around Tahiti Iti is prefect for those who want some indulge in some underwater exploration. For novice divers, the western coast of the island is perfect, where the lagoons are tranquil and abound with a huge variety of fish and coral. If you are staying in the capital Papeete or near the Faa’a International Airport, you will also get the chance to explore some sunken shipwrecks that lie in shallow waters.

Some good scuba diving sites in Tahiti include; the Tahiti Wall and Shark Cave which lie close to each other. Here, you can literally swim with the sharks and feed them while swimming amidst friendly eels and pretty fish. The Vavi area is one of Tahiti’s best dive sites and a great place to get some fantastic underwater snapshots. For beginners, the Aquarium is perfect as it full of brightly colored small tropical fish and near prefect underwater conditions. With a cargo boat shipwreck and an old Cessna plane to explore underwater, there is much to see out here.

 
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