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Diving in Tetiaroa
When to go to Tetiaroa
Teti’aroa has a tropical. Scuba diving here is available all year round. Summer (November through April) is warm and humid, while winter (May through October) is slightly cooler and drier. The rainy season lasts from December to February. The average air temperature is 27C/80F. The water temperature averages 29C/84F in summer and 26C/79F in winter. The water visibility varies from 10-30m/32-98ft. What to see During the dives, divers can see a lot of colorful fish in their coral habitat (triggerfish, parrotfish, surgeonfish, etc.), as well as big animals that frequent the external slope of the reef: whitetip sharks, gray sharks, spotted eagle rays, turtles, and dogtooth tuna.
Scuba diving in Tetiaroa
Teti'aroa is a privately owned atoll in the Windward group of the Society Islands in French Polynesia. Tetiaroa Airport is located there. The closest international airports from which you can get to Tikehau is Tahiti. Tetiaroa is best-known as Marlon Brando's private island. His lifelong goal was to maintain the atoll in its purest condition and allow others to enjoy it. The Teti’aroa Atoll is a natural jewel of the South Pacific, with a breathtaking turquoise-blue lagoon with lush vegetation. Scuba diving around Teti’aroa is available for divers of all levels of experience. Some of the popular dive sites off Teti’aroa are the Canyons, Eden Park, Circus, Aquarium, and the Pinnacles.
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