Diving in Rarotonga is generally very easy and we will make every effort to accommodate your diving requirements.
All diving is done off our custom built 5.3m Stabi-craft aluminium dive boat. The boat rides to the sites are very short, usually between 5 and 15mins. The maximum number of divers per group is 5 plus our guide. Due to the bottom composition on Rarotonga it is possible to do multilevel dives on most sites, which extends our bottom time drastically. Thus your dive time is usually only limited by your air supply and how fast you use it.
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Diving used to be a sport for the fittest and toughest of men only. Not anymore... As long as you are reasonably healthy, you can dive. And with Reef To See it's easier than ever to take your first breaths underwater. Experience our wonderful marine world up close and personal - no experience required!
Whether you want to blow your first bubbles in your PADI Open Water Diver course or extend your dive skills in continuing education courses such as the Advanced Open Water Diver course or Rescue Diver course – Rarotonga offers ideal conditions for dive courses.
At Reef To See we offer a wide range of PADI dive certification courses which are recognized worldwide.
Snorkeling inside the lagoon is great but just not quite enough for some people. Chances of seeing bigger species like eagle rays, turtles or even reef sharks are much higher if you are beyond the surf zone.
In 'winter' there is also the chance to see migrating humpback whales...
On our guided outer reef snorkeling trips we will take you beyond the fringing reef. We have snorkel sites all around the island and depending on sea conditions we will take you to the best spots for the day.
The water depth on our snorkelling sites varies between 5 and 10 meters, which means that you should be a comfortable swimmer and not be afraid of open water. Some snorkel experience is recommended.