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Diving in Tahaa

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When to go to Tahaa

Diving in Tahaa is available all year round. The rainy season lasts from December to February. The air temperature varies from 23-32C/73-87F. The water temperature averages 29C/84F in summer and 26C/79F in winter. The water visibility is good, from 10-30m/32-98ft. Dive sites can be up to 45m/147ft deep. Currents are usually medium. What to see There are dive sites to suit divers of different levels, and also opportunities for snorkeling. Both snorkelers and divers can observe eels, gray sharks, Napoleon wrasses, enchanting caves, and coral gardens.

Scuba diving in Tahaa

Taha’a is an island in the Society Islands in French Polynesia. Vunisea Airport is Raiatea Airport that is located on the nearby island in 2 km. The closest international airports from which you can get to Tahaa is Tahiti. Taha’a is a really beautiful tropical island with amazing nature and white-sand beaches. The island is called ‘aroma’ because of the vanilla plantations on it. It is a favorite place for honeymoons and a paradise for vacationers. The crystal-clear waters off the island provide good opportunities for scuba diving. The waters off Taha’a are also host to the Norby shipwreck that sank in 1900. Besides Norby, there are other popular dive sites around Taha’a, such as Miri Miri, Ceran Pass, and Teavapiti Pass.