Initiation Dive with Hemisphere Sub

7 Hours
Group Activity

From (USD) $77 Per Person

Initiation Dive with Hemisphere Sub

7 Hours
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From (USD) $77 Per Person

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      Initiation Dive with Hemisphere Sub

      Raiatea, French Polynesia
      From (USD) $77 Per Person
      • Raiatea lagoon: Dive in waters with amazing visibility that reveals an underwater paradise right before your eyes. The waters are warm, the diving is safe, and the views are absolutely incredible.
      • Personal instruction: Sharing an instructor with one other diver, you'll receive instruction in safety and hand signals before descending to a depth of about 20 feet.
      • Equipment included: Everything is provided, including tank, wetsuit, mask, fins, snorkel, weight belt and weight, BC regulator with gauges, and life jacket with pressure reducing valve.
      • Roundtrip transportation: Hotel pick-up and drop-off from most local hotels is included; a small fee may apply at some locations.
      About This Raiatea Tour

      There are as many as six million active scuba divers around the world. And one of the reasons why the sport is so popular is because you don't even have to know how to swim to learn scuba diving.

      Movement under the water is different than on the surface. All you have to do is stay calm, balanced, and gently kick with the fins. When you do that, and find yourself in the Raiatea lagoon, everything you felt about how life is changes.

      Raiatea is one of the most desired diving spots in the world. The reefs are absolutely stunning. And the visibility can easily reach over 100 feet – which is great, because these waters offer a magnificent parade of marine life.

      In your 45-minute initiation dive, you're likely to see eels, clown fish, trigger fish, red snappers, parrot fish, and more. And if you look closely at the reef you might spot an octopus trying to blend into the background.

      So it's quite possible that by the time you're done, the figure of scuba divers worldwide will rise to six million and one. And you don't even have to know how to swim.

      Safer in the water

      The single biggest reason why people don't learn to scuba dive is the fear of sharks – which is not surprising since sharks are always portrayed as man-eaters. Regardless of how accurate this shark reputation is, fact is, on a tropical island you're safer in the water. Every year, ten people die from shark attacks, but 150 are killed by falling coconuts.

      Getting prepared
      Tour Participation Requirements
      Great photo opportunities Great photo opportunities
      Wear sunscreen Wear sunscreen
      Change of clothes Change of clothes
      Bring water Bring water
      Bring water shoes Bring water shoes
      Swim wear Swim wear
      Wear Sunglasses Wear Sunglasses
      Wear Hat Wear Hat
      Cancellation policy

      Non-refundable if canceled within 7 days of requested services.

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