TOPDIVE, Scuba diving in French Polynesia
6 islands, 11 locations for the best diving in Tahiti & her islands
Whether you‘ve never put on a mask before or are a seasoned diver, scuba diving in French Polynesia will leave you with unforgettable memories.
From introductory dives for beginner divers in the clear and calm waters of the turquoise lagoons to the intense drift dives in the Tuamotu atolls' passes, the Polynesian islands will offer you some unique underwater encounters : Sharks of many different species, sea turtles, manta rays, dolphins, schools of jackfish or baraccudas, and much more...
TOPDIVE is based on the best 6 islands for scuba diving in French Polynesia : Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora, Rangiroa, Fakarava North, Fakarava South and Tikehau.
Located close to the most beautiful dive sites, our PADI 5 star diving centers will offer you a high class diving experience : comfortable dive centers with changing rooms, private lockers and showers, specialized dive boats, and the utmost vigilance for diver safety (Free Nitrox , new Aqualung diving equipment, experienced dive boat captains, and professionally trained diving instructors and divemasters).
|Jeudi, 24 Avril 2014|
|Jeudi, 24 Avril 2014|
The Hawksbill turtle is a species often confused with the green turtle. The hawksbill turtle is smaller than the green turtle measuring from 23 to 39 inches and weighing from 95 to 165 Lbs at adulthood. Its scientific name is Eretmochelys imbricate and has a relatively flat bony brownish-colored shell. This shell is composed of thick scales resembling the overlapping shingles of houses.
|Mercredi, 26 Mars 2014|
During a pleasant trip in the Tuamotu islands I finally arrived on the atoll of Rangiroa. This large atoll boasts a good international reputation in terms of scuba diving. One of the best destinations in French Polynesia. I was looking forward to testing the foundations of this reputation. In any case, I’d soon be in the water to try out the famous “Sunset dive” in the Tiputa pass!
|Mardi, 25 Mars 2014|
The Dogtooth tuna belongs to the family of Wahoo and other Mackerel tuna. You will encounter this species mainly in the deep sea. The lucky ones could also see it in the strong currents near the reefs. Sometimes called White tuna or Gymnosarda unicolor by scientists and other experts, we much prefer its nickname of “Dogtooth tuna”.