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Fluid Tahiti - CLOSED

Marche de Papeete, 1er etage, escaliers des fleurs. | Papeete's Market, 1st floor, flowers side stairway., Papeete 98713, French Polynesia
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Most relaxed and beautiful diving ever!

The guys at Fluid dive in Papeete were so lovely and professional. Being quite nervous myself, they... read more

Reviewed September 4, 2014
Kia M
,
Melbourne, Australia
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The best place for your dive adventures in Rangiroa

I spent a lovely couple of days in the "Raira Lagoon" resort and made ​​4 beautiful dives in the... read more

Reviewed September 28, 2013
caulagne
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Grenoble, France
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Sep 4, 2014
“Most relaxed and beautiful diving ever!”
Sep 28, 2013
“The best place for your dive adventures in Rangiroa”
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Marche de Papeete, 1er etage, escaliers des fleurs. | Papeete's Market, 1st floor, flowers side stairway., Papeete 98713, French Polynesia
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Reviewed September 4, 2014 via mobile

The guys at Fluid dive in Papeete were so lovely and professional. Being quite nervous myself, they looked after my husband and I better than we could have hoped. The dive master was hilarious made the trip out to the dive site entertaining. The dive...More

1  Thank Kia M
Reviewed September 28, 2013

I spent a lovely couple of days in the "Raira Lagoon" resort and made ​​4 beautiful dives in the Avaturu pass with "The 6 Passengers" diving club. Everything was very well organized and fun was guaranteed (dolphins, hammerhead sharks, rays mata, and a myriad of...More

1  Thank caulagne