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Exhilarating diving in Rangiroa’s two passes coupled with the Garuae pass in Fakarava makes this a thrilling adventure for shark lovers.

Suggested itinerary

  1. Day 1: Depart the UK for Tahiti

  2. Day 2: Arrive Papeete and transfer to Rangiroa

    You will be met on arrival and transfer by domestic flight to Rangiroa for a 7-night stay.
  3. Days 3-7 : Dive Rangiroa

    Your five day (10 dives) dive pack begins today. The crystal clear waters of the huge lagoon are filled with marine life and the two passes open on to the ocean, the twice-daily tide surges offering great drift diving, known as ‘shooting the pass’.
  4. Day 9: Transfer to Fakarava

    Today you will transfer by domestic flight to Fakarava where you'll be met on arrival and transfer to your accommodation for a 7-night stay.
  5. Days 10-14 : Dive Fakarava

    Your five day (10 dives) dive pack begins today. Diving here is concentrated in the passes at the northern and southern ends of the atoll offering thrilling drift diving, prolific marine life and numerous species of shark.
  6. Day 15: Day at leisure

  7. Day 16: Depart Tahiti

  8. Day 17: Arrive UK

    Depending on flight schedules, it's possible that you will require an overnight stay en route.

You should note: This itinerary is changeable according to domestic flight schedules. It's possible to stay longer at each location.

Key info

Our trip ideas are offered to inspire you and can be tailored to suit your requirements.
  • Duration and price including flights from/to UK: 17 days from £4,650 pp
  • When to go: Jan-Dec: Daily throughout the year
  • Included in the price/package:
    • Return flights from the UK
    • Transfers
    • 14 nights accommodation
    • Daily breakfast
    • 20 dive pack
    • Tanks and weights
Featured locations:

Rangiroa

Rangiroa’s huge lagoon opens out via two passes to the open ocean, where daily tide surges offer fantastic drift diving. Expect to see colourful fish,rays, turtles and dolphins, before the reef drops below 1,000 metres, where sharks and other pelagics congregate.

  • Ideal for viewing: grey reef shark, spotted eagle ray, green turtle, reef manta ray, scalloped hammerhead shark
  • Excellent for: Resort based diving, Luxury diving, Manta ray

Fakarava

Fakarava, like Rangiroa, is a huge atoll with a vast lagoon. Diving is concentrated in the two passes: Garuae in the northern end is more than 800 metres wide, while the Tumakohua pass in the south is an easier dive, but just as prolific.

  • Ideal for viewing: green turtle, spotted eagle ray, reef manta ray, grey reef shark, white-tip reef shark
  • Excellent for: Resort based diving, Shark diving, Hammerhead shark

Tahiti Island

Tahiti is French Polynesia’s largest island, home to the international airport and the capital, Papeete. It tends to be used as stop before heading to the outer islands, however it offers some of the best conditions for easy diving, with calm conditions and minimal currents.

  • Ideal for viewing:
  • Excellent for: Resort based diving