Swaying palms stud the crystal blue seaside on the Marquesas Islands, a quiet getaway out in French Polynesia, tropical islands that defy description.
The Society Islands, a group of six unique dive locations that hide an astounding array of diving, from World War II wrecks to reef diving with the graceful giants of the ocean, the manta ray.
Beautiful blue lagoons, busy passes crowded with sharks and manta rays, vertical drop-offs teeming with life, the Tuamotu Archipelago is all that and just a little bit more.
You can put your fear of sharks behind you on dives in French Polynesia, they are undeniably abundant here, and most are fairly used to humans. Blacktip, Silvertip, and Whitetip reef sharks, as well as gray and lemon sharks will be your regular dive buddies.
Exceptional schools of barracudas and manta rays will get your heart racing, as well as beautiful wrasses and jacks.
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