French Polynesia

Just say the words “French Polynesia” and what springs to mind are a plethora of small islands with stunning white beaches, surrounded by crystal clear warm water. Situated in the heart of the Pacific Ocean, this island archipelago is home to some of the most wondrous dive sites, where hundreds of hungry sharks gather in schools to be joined by manta rays and bottle-nosed dolphins. Diving Rangiroa’s reefs and channels you can expect to see grey reef hammerhead, black tips, silky, tiger and silver tip shark species cruising the reef, hunting on schools of snapper and fusiliers. Whilst drift diving through the 1200m wide channel at North Fakarava Island, you can experience incredible shark action, see huge Napoleon wrasses and witness marbled groupers spawning. A typical diving day will see you cruising through channels and exploring the outer reefs of the atolls, yet there are numerous of shallow dive sites within the Tuamotu Archipelago, each with stunning hard corals, sheltering all manner of crustaceans and molluscs. We will arrive at Fakarava and end up at Rangiroa. This is a current intensive trip so we can see the most animals possible.

November 10-20, 2021

10 nights over a full moon for lots of critter action!

$6575 USD

On the French Polynesian Master

$1500 deposit to hold a spot

$1500 January 10, 2020

$1000 July 10, 2020

$1000 January 10, 2021

Balance due July 10, 2021

Trip insurance recommended

Any cancellation less than 90 days out will result in a 100% penalty-no refund. 

If you cancel, we will do our best to find someone to fill your spot, but if we have any unfilled spots on the trip, we will fill those first before finding your replacement. 

Please contact Richard for reserving a spot,

Critters to see

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Don’t wait until all the spaces are gone

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