Diving around Tikehau

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The beauty of this picture-perfect atoll continues underwater.

The marine life is so dense in Tikehau that Jacques Cousteau declared it to have the highest concentration of fish among the Tuamotu Atolls. The diving sites concentrate around the pass where a mix of large and small species create a unique experience for all levels of diving. Species most commonly encountered in Tikehau include tuna, snapper, wrasse, Moray eel, anemones, clown fish, and sharks.

Tikehau
Diving Map click here

Some of the established dive sites around Tikehau include:

Tuheiava Pass
Pass Dive 25-75 feet

Puafa
Ocean dive 10-50 feet

Teonai
Ocean dive 15-75 feet

The Shark Hole
Ocean dive 25-175 feet

The Bell
Ocean Dive 30-120 feet

Mamaa Amphitheater
Ocean Dive 20-90 feet


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Useful Links

 
Dive Travel Specialists - Dive Travel Specialists
Caradonna Worldwide Dive Adventures 1-800-330-6611
Deep Blue Adventures 1-888­-266-2209
Reef & Rainforest 1-800-794-9767
Scuba Travel Ventures Inc. 1-800-298-9009
World of Diving 1-800-463-4846
 

 
Information - Online Guides
Sport Diver Magazine - Virtual Dive Tahiti Guide
 

 
Nautical Activities - Diving Centers
Tikehau
API Dive Tikehau  (689) 40.96.22.89 / (689) 87.76.75.17
Raie Manta Club Tikehau  (689) 87.72.31.45 / 87.24.60.65
Tikehau Plongée  (689) 40.96.22.44 / (689) 87.32.62.56
TOPDIVE Tikehau  (689) 40.83.50.60
 


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