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Diving in French Polynesia (Tahiti)

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Freediver81

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I love shark diving!

the best dive I ever had was in MOOREA ISLAND in FRENCH POLYNESIA, 30 minute boat ride from TAHITI! (also in Rangiroa and bora bora)

we dove with about 150 sharks!!!!! grey, lemon and black tip reef sharks!!

amazing dive with visibility of about 50 meters and beautiful corals! we also saw a big school of barracudas!!!

I dived with bathy's dive club and the dive costed about 70 Euros in 2002!

the dive spot is called Tiki point and its 27m deep!

This picture was made with a cheap underwater camera which I rented, in reality its much better! can you notice how many sharks are in the picture! at least 50!
 

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