A favorite of all divers, the lagoon of Raiatea/Taha’a is rich with variety with landscapes of sea mounts, caverns, drop-offs, and wrecks that are famous the world over.

Some of the established dive sites around Raiatea and Taha'a include:

Lagoon wreck dive 25–80 feet
The 100-year old wreck of a three-masted ship is the best wreck dive in Tahiti and creates a magical night-dive experience.
Miri Miri
Ocean dive 40–140 feet
Calm, clear waters with giant Napoleans and Montipora coral resembling roses. Also called "Napoleans of Miri Miri" and "the Roses."
Ceran Pass
Pass/lagoon dive 0–130 feet
An eerie landscape framed by two large pinnacles.
Miri Miri Pass
Drift dive 0–100 feet
Walls of purple coral pass by as you mildly drift among active marine life.
Teavapiti Pass
Pass dive 0–80 feet
The bright colors and dense marine life; a favorite among divemasters.

Taha'a & Raiatea Dive Map:

Dive operators are located in some resorts and in Uturoa, Raiatea and Patio, Taha'a.


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