Society Islands

The Society Islands combine the charm of the Windward Islands and the Leeward Islands: Explore the breathtaking beauty of Bora Bora, Huahine, Raiatea, Tahaa and Tahiti with their "high" island surrounded by a lagoon turquoise, coral reefs rich in life, drop-offs and faults along the outer reef.

The Society Islands offer a harmonious blend of natural wonders and captivating experiences, creating unforgettable memories in the heart of French Polynesia.

Partner centers

Raiatea & Tahaa

Diving center in Raiatea. Friendliness and professionalism are the hallmarks of hemisphere sub.


We welcome divers of all levels, and offer diving baptisms and training.


A small structure offering activities related to the discovery of underwater fauna in a preserved area of Tahiti.


7 minutes away from Tahiti by plane, is the island of Moorea, pearl of French Polynesia.


Come and discover the preserved seabed of the Authentic Huahine in small committee, in a family and friendly atmosphere!


Henri and Tahitians instructors will welcome you to share with you the natural wonders of the lagoon and the ocean of Moorea.


The Scubatek diving club will make you share and discover the passion for scuba diving.

Raiatea & Tahaa

Taha'a Diving, offers outings in small groups, 5 divers max on the boat, and gives you the benefit of more than 15 years of experience on Tahaa and Raiatea


The historic diving center of the Tahiti peninsula, will immerse you in an enchanting setting.

Diving spots

Dive in the most beautiful spots of the Society Islands, thanks to the Te Moana Pass partner centers.


This dive site is probably Bora Bora's most popular with all the majestic manta rays ! The shallow plate of coral will be perfect to start your dive. Then, a wonderful drop-off will give you a large diversity of coral, and a true manta rays ballets


The dive starts in a superb, shallow coral garden, runned alongside by a coral drop-off. At the bottom of the drop-off, you'll find a large sand path where schools of eagle rays are very frequently seen. Go discover the beautiful coral garden, clown fish and rays!

Tapu Nui

Located about 1 kilometer from the pass, this dive site is probably the one with the most abundance of sharks. The luckiest divers may come across one or more lemon sharks.

Teavapiti pass

Across this pass always packed with fish, divers can observe blacktip, silvertip and grey reef sharks, spotted eagle rays, schools of bluefin jacks, kingfishes, barracudas. humohead wrasses. and sometimes tunas or manta ravs. Al level depth from O to 89ft.


Visit the wreck of this impressive 200ft three masted vessel sunk on the 22nd of august 1900. Populated by surgeon fish, pennant coral fish, devil fish, stone fish, bighead jacks, angel fish, shrimps, black coral, giant clams, colorful sponge and plenty of nudibranchs, with 15 sub-species listed to this day. All level dive, depth from O to 90ft. Don't miss the night dive !

Miri Miri

Limpid water and a high fish density, this site is a treat ! All through the dive, vou wIll be escorted ov black sharks. numneac wrasses. schools or snappers, Heller's barracudas... A dive for all levels, maximum depth 83ft.

Céran pass

A spectacularv rich pass. due to continuous current flows. An amazing profusion of fish, schools of barracudas, surgeonfishes, bluefin and golden jacks, not to mention rays, sharks, humphead wrasses haunting a stunning rocky peak covered with yellow coral. From level 2, depth from 106 to 152 ft.

Seaplane & Shooner

One of the only wreck dive in Polynesia. You'll go explore the Catalina PBY-5A wreck, which is now lying on a 20 meters depth bottom. A few meters from there, you'll discover the Orohena wreck, a woodeen 45 meter long schooner, on a 20 to 25 meter bottom depth, which offers a great shelter to a rich marine life.

Mont Turbinaria

A beautiful coral formation, in the lagoon, very impressive by its size and depth since it goes down to more than 25m and allows multilevel dives. The dive consists of a loop in a forest of turbinaria, these large cone-shaped coral scattered on the slops. From level 1


A vertiginous drop off, very vertical and endless, full of life: nurse sharks, white tip lagoon sharks, coral, soldier fish, green and hawksbill turtles, sea slugs... From level 1

Underwater Spring

Some say that this is the most beautiful dive site on Tahiti's west coast: Coral reefs, turtles, chevron barracudas, eagle rays, white tip reef sharks, humphead moari wrasse and an underwater spring will make you impatient to jump in the water ! You'll also be able to observe all the surfers riding the wave of Sapinus, next to the dive site.

La gauche d'Apatea

A vertiginous drop off with a white sandy bottom at the end of the dive in Apatea Bay. Numerous schools of saupe or paddle perch are present, as well as numerous turtles. From level 1

Fausse passe de Paea

A drift dive that takes place in calm sea conditions. The dive starts in the lagoon, the current leads us to a nice channel where many leopard rays often swim against the current. The dive ends on a very nice drop off, arched in some places. It is possible to meet turtles and white tip sharks. From level 1 with experience

Dortoir aux tortues

An exceptional and superlative site, in Papara. The drop-off is vertiginous, all in relief and in convolutions. The coral is in very good health, including on the flat. A rich and varied fauna is present. As well as a multitude of green turtles, which find refuge in numerous cavities. From level 1

La voûte

A magnificent drop off, which extends to a depth of 30 meters with a large arch full of hiding places sheltered from the light. From level 1

White Valley

A very popular dive site because of it's great fauna (grey sharks, maori snappers, lemon sharks, schools of jacks, black tip reef sharks, schools of barracudas, eagle rays...). A stoned Tiki dedicated to Dominique Fleurisson (a great technical diving instructor) is watching over the dive site. To do preferably in the morning.