- Camera Station
- Airport Transfer
Moorea is located approximately 9 miles across the island of Tahiti. Tahiti’s sister island, has lush green vegetation and dramatic mountains surrounded by azure lagoons. The 2 Top Dive Moorea centers are ideally situated at the InterContinental Moorea Resort and Spa and at the Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spa, strategically close to the best dive sites on the northern coast of the island.
Most Moorea dives have an average depth of 60 feet and are ideal for beginners, a good number of dives will bring you into contact to observe at least 4 species of sharks – Blacktip, Whitetip, Grey Reef and the impressive Lemon sharks who have made their diving reputation in Moorea.
1 Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spaprice per day: 708 USD
Nestled between two bays on the heart-shaped island of Moorea and set against a beautiful mountain backdrop which melts into a crystal clear lagoon, Hilton Moorea Resort & Spa is the perfect setting for a relaxing vacation.
2 InterContinental Resort And Spaprice per day: 431 USD
InterContinental Resort and Spa Moorea is an oasis of luxury surrounded by nature. You can dive into the warm sea from the terrace of an overwater bungalow suite, or bathe in a private plunge pool in one of the garden-view bungalows.
3 Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora Beach Resortprice per day: 572 USD
Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort is settled on the edge of a magnificent lagoon, with views to the island of Tahiti. The resort features 112 luxurious bungalows built over the water, on the beachfront or surrounded by landscaped gardens.
All hotels and resorts restaurants offer a wide range of international and local cuisine.
Top Dive Moorea is 5 Star PADI dive center which offers 7 days a week, all year round dive tours to the superb dive sites of the atoll.
GoPro Camera rental (photos and videos on DVD or USB flash drive)
- Fun Dive
- 2 Tank Dive
- 6 Dive Inter Island Package
- 10 Dive Inter Island Pass
- 20 Dive Inter Island Pass
- GoPro Camera Rental
- Free Nitrox
Top Dive Moorea offers PADI and SSI Dive courses.
All PADI specialties are available on request.
All PADI certifications can be split on different islands.
- PADI Scuba Review
- PADI Scuba Diver
- PADI Open Water Referral
- PADI Open Water
- PADI Advanced Open Water
- SSI Scuba Diver
- SSI Open Water Referral
- SSI Open Water
- SSI Advanced Open Water
- 1 Speciality SSI
- 2 Speciality SSI
- 3 Speciality SSI
Dive equipment is complimentary for all customers of Top Dive Moorea.
- Dive Shop
- Souvenir Shop
- Air-conditioned Classroom
- Camera Rinse Tank
- Individual Lockers
- Hotel Pick-Up
- Hotel Drop-Off
- Snorkeling Tours
- Warm Water Showers
Top Dive Moorea offers year round Snorkeling and Dive trips.
Tahiti to Moorea By Ferry.
Flights to Tahiti from Japan
Air Tahiti Nui (TN) has direct flights from Tokyo to Papeete twice per week. Flight time is 11 hours.
Flights to Tahiti from Europe
For Europeans wanting flights to Tahiti, you will need to make your way around to Los Angeles, to connect with a Tahiti flight.
Another option is to venture through Asia to Tokyo or visit New Zealand. From all these airports you can fly directly to Tahiti's International airport in Papeete with Air Tahiti Nui.
Flights to Tahiti from Australia or New Zealand
Both Air New Zealand and Air Tahiti Nui fly directly to Tahiti out of Auckland, New Zealand. Australian's just need to zip across to Auckland with Qantas, to connect to an Air Tahiti Nui flight, or fly the whole way with Air New Zealand. The flight from Auckland to Tahiti is 5 hours.
Customised Packages Available Upon Request
Tahiti – Moorea – Rangiroa - Tikehau 9 Nights 12 Divesprice: 3180 USD
1 Night Tahiti – Hotel Intercontinental – Standard Room + American breakfastBook now
3 Nights Moorea – Hotel Intercontinental – Standard Room + American breakfast
3 Nights Rangiroa – Hotel Maitai – Garden Bungalow + half board
3 Nights Tikehau – Pension Tikehau Village – Beach Bungalow + half board
12 dives (Air or Nitrox – Nitrox is not available in Tikehau)
Rates are per person based on a double occupancy
- Traditional Polynesian flower lei welcome
- All transfers and baggage handling
- Roundtrip inter-island flights on Air Tahiti
- Dives (Air or Nitrox except in Tikehau) with Top dive or affiliated partners
- Accommodations mentioned in the program all taxes included (VAT, tourist tax and service tax), except city tax.
Not Included :
- Package prices do not include the city tax (between 0.6 and 2.20 US$ per person per night) to be paid directly to the hotels.
- Round trip airfare.
World famous for its clear water, numerous sharks and fish, this site is an area where wild sea life is incredibly abundant and stirring. It is the spot for of most Moorea marine surprises and, occasionally a very good spot for whale or dolphin watching. You will see many black tips sharks, grey reef sharks and the big (10 ft) lemon sharks. Discover why so many professional underwater photographer come to work here.
Close to Tiki point, you will find similar marine life except for an occasional turtles. With luck, you may see up to 7 during the same dive, and many Emperor Angel fish. The reef break is a bit deeper and we may have some current. Incredible marine flora and fauna
One of our favorite spots. Many fishes move from one side of the island to the other, passing through this area. One of the highlights are the huge moray eels.
An exceptional dive not always accessible due to the weather conditions. You will find different levels of visibility, depth and types of fauna. The dive starts from inside the lagoon and you then drift with the current outside the reef, encountering a variety of amazing marine fauna: eagle rays, humphead wrasses (napoleon fish), huge nurse and white tip sharks… On the bottom, you find shells taking in the nourishment that the current carries. At the end of the pass, arriving in open sea, you will see an explosion of light and colors from the teeming life. At the point where the lagoon and ocean waters meet, you find a high density of sea life: eagle rays, numerous jackfish, and sharks.
The Ray's Corridor
The Rays Corridor dive is a lagoon dive ideal for beginners, and refresher courses.
A site of beautiful coral with a multitude of reef fish. For most divers, there are frequent meetings with white tips sharks and a group of eagle rays (sometimes more than 40 of them). A great experience, even for experienced divers!
The Ray's Corridor Drift
A very special dive. Sometimes, a huge barracuda stay with us during this time. Very good for photos in crystal clear and shallow water. Then on to a white sandy slope where you start the long drift dive (1.5 to 2 miles), following the natural lagoon channel. Just let the current take you and enjoy the dramatic declivity of the coral walls. Look out for the schools of eagle rays and the white tip sharks that stay hidden in coral caves or just lying on the sand. The dive ends is on a coral table surrounded by the coral inhabitants and bottom dwellers.
Opunohu Coral Wall
The show begins onboard with the best view of “the most beautiful island in the world”. Once you’ve seen Opunohu bay by boat, you’ll know what we’re taking about. The bay is also a very protected area from the eastern winds and waves.
Once in the water, you will discover a very special dive for this island, with great coral walls and canyons. You can do several dives in the same area: one goes deeper to the “small (coral) rose garden”, a specific kind of coral. The other goes along the big wall. The third one finishes near the Sharks’ dining room. In all of the dives, you will encounter sea turtles, sharks and tropical fish and probably a few huge moray eels before crossing from one canyon to the other, staying in the middle of clear water.
You’ll be visiting Nemo’s cousin’s house! This is an ideal “first ocean dive” – shallow and easy. You will see sharks (black tips) our friend Janine, a friendly turtle, octopi and many tropical fish.
The Garden of Roses
The rose garden is a world renowned one. Although an experienced diver certification level is required due to the decompression stops necessary. For safety reasons, you must have a rescue diver level to be allowed access and have done at least one previous dive with us. Spectacular for the “roses”, the big sharks and the very special undersea atmosphere… After this dive, a 24 hours surface interval is mandatory before an outbound flight. Access to this dive is subjet to divemaster approval and depending on bookings.
The Opunohu Canyon
Keeping to the bottom of the small canyon, you will see plenty of small marine fauna, black tip sharks, and of course huge lemon sharks. At the end of the dive, just before the safety stop, we usually stop to see pretty anemones with their clown fish.