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Fakarava South

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A spectacular wall dive along the outer reef leads to a channel that serves as a major passage for marine life entering and leaving the lagoon. The dive typically involves drifting through this channel, allowing divers to be swept along with the current, observing the rich marine biodiversity. The underwater topography features a blend of coral walls, sandy patches, and occasional caverns, providing a diverse and exhilarating diving experience

When To Go Diving

The prime time to dive at Fakarava South is during the dry season, from April to November. During these months, you can expect clearer waters and more stable weather conditions, enhancing the overall diving experience


What to see

Fakarava South is renowned for its incredible shark encounters. Divers can expect to see large schools of grey reef sharks, often numbering in the hundreds, creating an awe-inspiring spectacle. This site is also home to a vibrant array of other marine life, including Napoleon wrasse, eagle rays, and occasional manta rays. The area is a breeding ground for many fish species, offering a chance to witness the fascinating spectacle of fish spawning, especially around the full moon