Belize bound for some of the team for a new expedition.
The remote Tuamotu archipelago hosts beautiful healthy reefs along its 78 atolls. Very little human activity – often none for many of these islands, uninhabited – and remoteness contribute greatly to the health of the coral, home to thousands of marine species which survival depends solely on it. Some of the most beautiful dives around French Polynesia await there.
Earth Day – Home sweet home and the only one we have.
Looks like climate change is forcing crustaceans out of their shells! 🐚
Shelled sea life, like this Mantis Shrimp, require calcium carbonate to form their shells. Sadly, as oceans warm and become more acidic, these animals have to work harder to fortify their shells. 🦀🦐
With ocean acidification increasing rapidly, these vital organisms might not stand a chance. Eventually, there will not be enough calcium carbonate for them to protect themselves and there might not be enough time for them to adapt to such rapidly changing conditions.
Want to combat ocean acidification? Stay tuned for an announcement this Earth Day on how you can help. 💙
Amazing 📸: @_bugdreamer_ on Instagram.
“Passes” are natural breaches in the coral reef circling the islands of French Polynesia allowing water exchanges between the lagoons and the ocean often featuring fairly strong currents where marine life gathers.
Ready for adventure?
But actually, does everyone has the same notion of what adventure is?
Our role as experts is to build the ideal itinerary for each of our clients as Tahiti and the Pacific are incredible areas where adventure always awaits.
Each itinerary is tailored to our clients’ profile and expectations both for the divers & snorkelers in the group and non divers, always working closely with everyone involved in the trip planning.
Photo Rodolphe Holler
Up for a treasure hunt on a pirates’ desert island?
Where lush dramatic mountains meet the ocean and offer incredible wall dives.
Yes, the main island of Tahiti has some hidden gems in store for you.
Dancing with manta rays
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