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Diving in Rangiroa

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When to go to Rangiroa

Scuba diving is possible year round. The average air temperature throughout the year is 27C/80F. Although, high precipitation figures all year round, and from December till June there is a risk of hurricanes. 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 Divers can expect to see a breathtaking array of large pelagics along the brightly colored walls of the oceanic drop-offs, including squadrons of eagle rays and schools of sharks, tuna, jacks, barracudas, and dolphins.

Scuba diving in Rangiroa

Rangiroa is a commune in the Tuamotu Archipelago in French Polynesia. Rangiroa Airport is located there. The closest international airports from which tourist can get to Rangiroa is Tahiti. Rangiroa, a string of coral encircling a luminous turquoise and jade-green lagoon, is one of the world's greatest dive destinations. Scuba diving in Rangiroa is available for divers of all levels of experience. Rangiroa's lagoon, the second-largest in the world, is very popular with divers from around the world because of the pass dives, visibility, and density of marine life, particularly sharks. Some of the popular dive sites off Rangiroa are Avatoru Pass, Tiputa Pass, Motu Nuhi Nuhi, and the Wall.