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Diving in Raiatea

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When to go to Raiatea

Diving in Raiatea is available year round. Most of the precipitation falls from November to April, and also at this period tropical storms and hurricanes are possible. The water temperature averages 29C/84F in summer (November through April) and 26C/79F in winter (May through October). The water visibility is good, 10-30m/32-98ft. Currents depend on the location, and can be strong at some sites. What to see Snorkelers and divers can observe diverse marine life, including eels, gray sharks, Napoleon wrasses, and coral gardens.

Scuba diving in Raiatea

Ra’iātea is the second-largest of the Society Islands, after Tahiti, in French Polynesia. Raiatea Airport is located there. Raiatea is a popular destinationamong tourists due to its beautiful nature and the variety of different activities. A favorite of all divers, the lagoon of Ra’iātea & Taha’a is rich with a variety of landscapes such as sea mounts, caverns, and drop-offs. The lagoon waters are also host to the final resting place of the Norby shipwreck. Scuba diving in Ra’iātea is available for divers of different levels. Some of the popular dive sites are Nordby, Miri Miri, Ceran Pass, Miri Miri Pass, and Teavapiti Pass.