Eco Snorkeling Bora Bora
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Eco Snorkeling Bora Bora

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Twin peaks of extinct volcano on Bora Bora:  Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu, the highest point at 2,385 ft
Twin peaks of extinct volcano on Bora Bora: Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu, the highest point at 2,385 ft

When choosing a water adventure that combines both snorkeling and an indepth marine enrichment program, make sure to seek out the eco snorkeling adventure by Diveasy.

Sign up early: space for 6 people max

Diveasy offers a unique narrated one-hour snorkel, which follows a 45-minute presentation about the corals, tropical fish  and sea-life indigenous to the Bora Bora lagoon.

The owner of the company, Laurent Graziana escorts a maximum of 6 cruise guests on each 3.5 hour excursion. His knowledge of the local underwater sea life is impressive and people looking to learn more about Bora Bora’s marine environment will be happy with this shore excursion choice.

The tour is suitable for all ages, and Laurent provides all the equipment necessary.  Thanks to a snorkel purpose-built with a communication system, snorkelers are able to listen to music and comments about the coral ecosystem. Laurent is in the water helping participants pick their way through coral formations, and he stops along the way to point out the unique corals and tropical fish of Bora Bora.

Guests will leave enriched and able to identify key elements of the fragile marine ecosystem. Laurent also offers his services for deeper dives.

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Carrie Finley

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