Where to Diving Go in French Polynesia

Thre are several famous dive areas in French Polynesia. Any visitor will want to go to Bora Bora for the iconic lagoons and views but away from that, in the less developed areas there is some great diving in evocatively named places like Rangiroa, Fakarava, Tikehau...take a look and see.

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Bora Bora

Australasia & Pacific Islands > French Polynesia

Crystalline turquoise waters, pure white sand, swaying palms, cobalt blue sky… add to all this the colourful and exotic culture of the Polynesians, plus a twist of French, and you have something truly special. Read more


Australasia & Pacific Islands > French Polynesia

Rangiroa, at the heart of the Tuamoto archipelago, is the second largest atoll in the world. Only an hour's flight away from Tahiti, it is home to some world-class diving. Read more


Australasia & Pacific Islands > French Polynesia

The main islet of Tikehau isn’t much to look at – it’s a remote coral atoll whose flat surface never rises more than a few inches above sea level. But don’t be fooled by appearances: it’s worth coming here for the diving alone. What’s more, just a 15-minute boat ride away is the small private... Read more

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