Enjoy Diving in Huahine, French Polynesia

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Enjoy Diving in Huahine, French Polynesia!

Located on the dock of Fare, the main village of the island, we are close to the airport, shops, restaurants and most of the hotels and lodges.

We propose to you amazing exploration dives, great introduction dives and also FFESSM (SCA N° 1101028C), PADI and SSI courses. We organize 2 dives every day, departing time at 9:00 & 11 AM depending of the frequentation. Private dive are also possible on request. If necessary a comfortable and air conditioned car will come to pick you up at your hotel.

Courses We Offered:

  • FFESSM: Niveau 1 - Niveau 2 - Niveau 3
  • PADI: Open Water - Advanced - Rescue - Dive Master
  • SSI: Open Water - Advanced - Rescue - Dive Master


  • 1 exploration dive: €55 EUR
  • 2 tanks dive: €105 EUR
  • 4 dives package for one diver in exploration: €205 EUR
  • 6 dives package for one or two diver in exploration: €300 EUR
  • 1 intro-dive or course dive: €65 EUR
  • Multi Island package 12 centres - 10 islands - 10 dives (Available for one or two divers): €505 EUR


  • Type: Diving
  • Capacity: 1 People
  • Rental Minimum: 1 hour

Rental Requirements

Age Requirement:

  • 10 years

What to Bring:

  • Food & beverages.

Frequently Asked Questions:

• What is the best time of the year for diving?

  • You can dive in French Polynesia all year around. However, you'll have the best diving conditions between the months of April and November. 
  • In Huahine: the diving conditions don't change a lot throughout the year, although you will find less tourists on the island between November and April.

• How much diving experience do I need?

  • Diving centres follow very strict safety regulations but since most of the diving in French Polynesia is rather easy in favourable conditions, even newly certified divers will have no trouble finding good diving spots. For divers who wish additional training, most centres offer continuing diver education and deliver full certification : FFESSM, SSI and PADI. 
  • In Huahine: like everywhere else in French Polynesia, any certified diver is allowed to dive up to 29 meters (95 feet) if accompanied by an instructor. Again, deeper dives are available for those with more advanced certification.

• Do I need to bring my own equipment?

  • You should consider bringing your own equipment. However, it is not required, since most diving centres rent all necessary equipment or include it in their dive rate. Scuba tanks are generally furnished with stabilising jackets and regulators usually have a pressure gauge. The equipment that is rented is subject to periodic check-ups and is thus very reliable. 
  • In Huahine: we provide all the gear you need.


  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Diving regulator
  • Buoyancy compensator
  • Diving cylinder
  • Tank
  • Helmet/mask
  • Diving suit
  • Depth gauge
  • Diving mask
  • Flippers

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